Alienware releases two new 240Hz variable refresh rate monitors

Alienware releases two new 240Hz variable refresh rate monitors

Alienware releases two new 240Hz variable refresh rate monitors

Alienware releases two new 240Hz variable refresh rate monitors

 
At E3 2017, Alienware has launched two new gaming displays, both of which come with 240Hz refresh rates and support variable refresh rate technologies. 
 
The first of these two displays is the AW2518H, which is a G-Sync display and the AW2518HF, which is a FreeSync Display. Both of these monitors are pretty much identical, coming with the same 1080p TN panel, stand design and 25-inch screen sizes. 
 
Both of these monitors are also said to support Alienware's AlienFX RGB lighting system, which will allow this display's integrated lighting to be defined by users or by supported games. 
 

  

Alienware releases two new 240Hz variable refresh rate monitors

 

Both of these displays will be available starting today in the US with prices of $699 and $499 for the G-Sync and FreeSync versions respectively, which makes the FreeSync version $200 cheaper.  

 

You can join the discussion on Alienware's new 240Hz FreeSync and G-Sync displays on the OC3D Forums

 

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13-06-2017, 08:11:38

AlienALX
*closes eyes and pretends he never saw them*Quote

13-06-2017, 09:44:03

HJ1mech
They look good but Not paying $699 for a 1080p TN panel.Quote

13-06-2017, 10:04:50

dwatterworth
If they go to a conventional design, non-gamer-boy stand and leave out the rgb, can we trade for 1440p and ips? Quote

13-06-2017, 10:29:04

cinhomartins
Quote:
Originally Posted by dwatterworth View Post
If they go to a conventional design, non-gamer-boy stand and leave out the rgb, can we trade for 1440p and ips?
This... a thousand times!
Why on earth these companies keep making these ridiculously expensive products that looks like they belong on a pre-teen room?Quote

13-06-2017, 10:37:50

Bartacus
Too small too, only 25", WTF? Does anyone still run panels that small?Quote
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