Dell's latest Alienware monitors include a 38-inch curved display with G-SYNC ULTIMATE
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Dell will release new Alienware displays soon. With their pale-blue lighting and stylized numeric accents, they are clearly intended to uphold the brand's gaming esthetic. They will be known as the Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor (AW2521H), 27 Gaming Monitor (AW2721D) and 38 Gaming Monitor (AW3821DW).
The latter is clearly the more premium of this new assortment, having a curved form-factor and a 37.5-inch IPS panel with a WQHD+ resolution. It also supports the cutting-edge NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE and VESA DisplayHDR 600 certifications.
By contrast, the Alienware M15 R3, Dell G5 15 Special Edition, Dell G5 15, and Dell G3 15 gaming laptops featuring 10th-generation Intel and AMD Ryzen 4000 chips launched in IndiaAlienware 27 Gaming Monitor is a flat QHD monitor. However, it is also compatible with the same VESA and NVIDIA standards. Its refresh rate is 240Hz, although it features Dell's up-to-date four-sided InfinityEdge design.
Its 25-inch counterpart features an ultra-fast 360Hz refresh rate, paired with NVIDIA's Reflex Latency Analyzer. Dell claims that it will give users a ground-breaking "accurate measurement of system latency".
Unfortunately, the OEM did not release any further details, such as more accurate data on said latency or the new monitors' connectivity, at this time. It has noted this information will be forthcoming later in September 2020.
Dell Press Release