Alienware reveals the pricing of its Ultra-high-end 34-inch Ultra-wide QD-OLED gaming monitor

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Alienware reveals the pricing of its Ultra-high-end 34-inch Ultra-wide QD-OLED gaming monitor

Alienware reveals the pricing of its 34-inch AW3423DW Quantum Dot OLED Gaming Monitor

At CES 2022, Alienware took its ultrawide display technology to the next level with their 34-inch AW3423DW monitor, a 175Hz 3440x1440 Quantum Dot OLED gaming screen. 

The AW3423DW delivers a premium HDR experience with true blacks and an ultra high screen refresh rate. Add on this monitor's anti-glare coating and the screen's "full 3 years of premium panel exchange warranty" (which covers burn-in ), it looks like Alienware's AW3423DW promises everything that a gamer could want.

In a recent Tweet, Alienware confirmed that their AW3423DW QD-OLED gaming display would be launching in the US this Spring for $1,299 (USD). The Alienware AW3423DW is an Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate monitor, supporting its full 175Hz maximum refresh rate through DisplayPort 1.4 and refresh rates of up to 100Hz when using HDMI 2.0. Sadly, this screen doesn't support HDMI 2.1, just like all other current-generation G-Sync Ultimate monitors. 

Alienware advertises this monitor as being DisplayHDR 400 True Black certified and as having a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m². The screen is also said to cover 99.3% of the DCI-P3 colour space and feature a Delta E value of less tan two. Additionally, this monitor supports Alienware's AlienFX RGB lighting, VESA 100x100 monitor mounts, and features an integrated USB hub.

Alienware reveals the pricing of its Ultra-high-end 34-inch Ultra-wide QD-OLED gaming monitor

Sadly, it is currently unknown when Alienware plans to launch their 34-inch AW3423DW Quantum Dot OLED gaming monitor outside of the US, or how much the screen will cost in these regions. 

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14-02-2022, 12:53:51

Warchild
Not sure how to interpret this
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Alienware advertises this monitor as being DisplayHDR 400 True Black certified and as having a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m².
Thats a hefty price if its actually nothing more than HDR400. I suppose only reviews will be able to back up the peak brightness figures.Quote

14-02-2022, 13:53:10

Dicehunter
This doesn't make sense, If it's got 1000 cd/m² that directly translates to 1000 nits which would surely further translate to HDR1000 and not HDR400 ?Quote

14-02-2022, 13:56:49

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
This doesn't make sense, If it's got 1000 cd/m² that directly translates to 1000 nits which would surely further translate to HDR1000 and not HDR400 ?
Exactly!Quote

14-02-2022, 14:07:50

Dr.Puschkin
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Exactly!
It's rated for HDR 400 True Black which is another tier of HDR cetification from VESA.


https://displayhdr.org/#tab-true-black-400Quote

14-02-2022, 14:13:26

Thunder-74
read well, it is HDR TRUE BLACK, not HDR400

The DisplayHDR True Black specification for OLED and other emissive displays includes three levels of HDR system performance: DisplayHDR True Black 400, DisplayHDR True Black 500, and DisplayHDR True Black 600


See here: https://displayhdr.org/#tab-true-black-400Quote
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