Dell Alienware’s new curved gaming monitor debuts 32-inch QD-OLED screen and 4K resolution

MADRID, Jan. 8 (Portaltic/EP) –

Dell has presented its new Alienware monitors and peripherals, focused on the ‘gaming’ field and led by the AW3225QF version, a 32-inch screen that uses QD-OLED technology, which combines OLED and quantum dots, with 4K resolution and anti-glare technology.

The company has unveiled these models within the framework of the CES 2024 consumer technology fair, where it has also shown its new laptops, among which the Alienware x16 R2 stands out, which integrates Cryo-tech cooling technology.

AW322QF is a monitor that comes with a 32-inch QD-OLED curved screen with 4K resolution (3,840 99 percent DCI-P3 color coverage.

VESA DisplayHDR True Black certified, VESA AdaptiveSync standard and support Nvidia G-Synccomes with an anti-glare system and introduces a refresh rate of up to 240 Hz, “allowing excellent clarity of movement” without interruptions or flickering, as expressed by the company in a press release.

With an adjustable support that allows you to adjust the height, swivel and tilt, its minimum response time is 0.03 ms, which eliminates blurry images. At the sound level, it is compatible with eARC to connect speakers and sound bars with support for Dolby Atmos.

The monitor also features a three-zone AlienFX lighting system, providing an immersive gaming experience, and also comes with ComfortView certification, which reduces the amount of blue light emitted from the monitor to optimize eye comfort.

The technological manufacturer has commented that this curved screen monitor has a level of connectivity with a DP 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.1 and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 port.


The smaller model that has also been unveiled within the framework of CES 2024 is Alienware AW2725DF, a 27-inch monitor with a QD-OLED screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio, which allows you to play in QHD quality (2,560 x 1,140). In this case, it stands out for its certification VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400which guarantees bright and deep blacks.

With color coverage 99.3 percent DCI-P3 and 350 Hz refresh rate, it also comes with the hardware-based and TÜV Rheinland-certified ComfortView Plus eye care system.

Dell has also commented that its GtG response time is 0.03 ms “even in the fastest action games” and that it also adapts to AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and VESA AdaptiveSync certification, which free the monitor from interruptions and flickering .

Like the predecessor model, in this case it is also possible to adjust its height, tilt and swivel and it comes with different connectivity ports, such as two DP 1.4 units, an HDMI 2.1 and several USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports.


Along with the monitors, the firm has also shown other products from the ‘gaming’ division. More specifically, peripherals, as it has shared details about its new Alienware Pro wireless mouse and keyboard.

Alienware Pro Mouse, for its part, is a mouse made from 82 percent recycled plastics that offers wireless polling speeds of 4 KHz – with a response time of 0.25 ms – and 8 KHz (0.125 ms), which which represents “a big step forward” with respect to the maximum of 1 KHz that observed in competitive mice.

This accessory also offers a tracking speed of 650 IPS, with 50G acceleration and up to 26,000 DPI. Additionally, it supports up to 70 million clicks and comes with a 32 hour battery (4KHz) or 120 hours with 1 KHz polling in power saving mode. With USB-C charging, it comes with dual 2.4 GHz connectivity – wireless or wired.

The perfect complement to this peripheral is its family keyboard, Alienware Pro Keyboard, made with 47 percent recycled materials that has 72 hours of autonomy with RGB at 50 percent or 798 hours if its color system is turned off in a 2.4 Ghz wireless connection.

Its pulsations are fluid thanks to the fact that it uses polyoxymethylene (POM) as the main manufacturing material, as well as two layers of silicone. to dampen pulsations and eliminate echo during use.

The experience of using the keyboard, however, can be personalized, since you can exchange its keys and also modify the colors that they give off while playing.

The keyboard also allows three modes of wireless connectivity: 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth 5.1 and USB-C cable; and can connect to three Bluetooth devices simultaneously.


The brand has announced that both its monitors and peripherals will be available for purchase starting this Thursday, January 11. Alienware 32 4K QD-OLED (AW3225QF) can be purchased for $1,199.99, while Alienware 27 360Hz QD-OLED (AW2725DF) will arrive for $899.99.

Alienware Pro Wireless Keyboard, For its part, it will be available for purchase for $199.99, while Alienware Pro Wireless Mouse It will be priced at $149.99.

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