Dell Early Black Friday Sale: Lowest Prices Ever on Dell and Alienware’s Three Best Gaming Monitors (QD OLED Included)
Dell is one of the most popular monitor brands, and for good reason. Dell monitors generally have high-quality panels with excellent image quality, pack a ton of features, and come with an above-average warranty that often includes a bright pixel exchange policy. Dell monitors usually command a relatively high retail price tag, but heavy discounts often come year-round.
Today, Dell begins releasing a program Early Black Friday Sale With the low prices of three of the most popular gaming monitors. These include the S3422DWG (Dell’s Best 34″ Ultra Wide Gaming Monitor), the S2721DGF (Dell’s Best 27″ 1440p Gaming Monitor), and the first-ever discount on the AW3423DW (Dell’s first and only QD OLED gaming monitor). All 3 monitors include a 3-year warranty With overnight charging replacement, which is great compared to a typical one-year warranty you get from most other monitor brands.
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Alienware AW3423DW 34″ 3440×1400 Curved 0.1ms 175Hz G-SYNC Ultimate QD-OLED Gaming Monitor
The AW2323DW is a 34-inch monitor with a resolution of 3440×1400 with a wide-format curved display. That’s more than enough pixel density for a 34-inch screen (4K is, in my opinion, overkill for a less than 40-inch screen) and the resolution is still forgiving enough that you don’t need an expensive video card to drive it. The QD-OLED panel features a DCI-P3 color gamut of 99.3% and is factory-calibrated with a Delta E of less than 2. It’s HDR True Black 400 certified OLED, near-infinite contrast levels and an amazing 1,000 nits of brightness. Gamers will surely appreciate the extremely fast response time of 0.1ms and refresh rate of 175Hz. This was the first OLED gaming monitor to receive “Ultimate” G-SYNC certification, since one of the requirements is the ability to drive 1,000 nits in HDR, and traditional OLED displays simply aren’t bright enough. In terms of connectivity options, there are DisplayPort and HDMI ports as well. to dual USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports.
QD-OLED technology was a huge success at this year’s CES and Samsung won the “Best of Innovation 2022” award for it. The QD OLED panel uses quantum dot technology to produce higher brightness levels more efficiently than conventional OLED TVs without losing the color accuracy, range and wide viewing angles that OLED is known for. Although it was Samsung that deployed the new technology, it was Alienware that launched the first QD OLED display in the consumer market.
Dell 34 Ultra Wide Gaming Monitor S3422DWG
The Dell S3422DWG is one of the best 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitors on the market. It features an ultra-wide 3440 x 1440 16:10 resolution and 1800R curve. 1440p is still the perfect point when you have to compromise on image quality and performance. The 1440p screen, especially in a 34-inch screen size, is more than sharp enough to make your games look nice, but it also won’t tax your system nearly as much as a true 4K screen. Pair it with a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti or an equivalent card which will give you plenty of power to spare for maximum graphics settings or very high framerates.
The Dell S3422DWG uses a VA panel, which features a 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, 3000:1 contrast ratio, and 90% DCI-P3 color coverage. Although it is not officially compatible with G-SYNC We personally tested it And G-SYNC does really well on this monitor (as is usually the case with most gaming monitors these days).
Dell S2721DGF QHD Gaming Monitor 27 Inch
The Dell S2721DGF is one of the best 27 inch gaming monitor under $300. The 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution is the best you’ll find for a 27-inch screen size (4K resolution at that size is overkill and a waste of GPU resources). The high-quality IPS panel offers wide viewing angles and great color rendition including 98% DCI-P3 color coverage. It’s also covered on the gaming front with an ultra-fast 1ms response time, up to 165Hz refresh rate through DisplayPort, FreeSync Premium Pro and G-SYNC certification. At this price, it’s cheaper than Dell’s other 27-inch gaming monitor that doesn’t have nearly the same amount of features, and comes with the same 3-year warranty as the other two monitors.
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