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Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor will release this September

4K, 120Hz and FreeSync. What more could you want?

Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor will release this September

Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor will release this September

Alienware has announced that their 55-inch OLED gaming monitor will release on September 30th for $3999.99, offering users support for AMD's FreeSync technology and a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. The product name for this display is the Dell Alienware AW5520QF.
 
While some reports on this monitor have claimed that this screen only supports DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0, we must note that DisplayPort 1.2 only supports 4K at up to 60FPS. Our guess is that this screen is actually using DisplayPort 1.3 or 1.4, which actually support 4K at 120Hz. In total, the screen is said to feature a single DisplayPort connection and three HDMI 2.0 connections. The screen is also said to support four USB ports, a single headphone jack and a SPDIF audio out connection. Update - Dell has updated their press information to confirm that this screen supports DisplayPort 1.4, not 1.2

The rear of the screen is said to be VESA compliant and offer a 0.5ms grey-to-grey response time. The screen also features a remote, which allows the screen to be controlled at a distance. Some reports have also claimed that this screen will lack HDR support. 

Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor will release this September   

This screen's North American release date is September 30th 2019 and cost $3999.99 US. At this time it is unknown when this screen will release outside of North America. Update - The screen will release in the UK for £3,199.99 on October 30th. 

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Most Recent Comments

19-08-2019, 17:42:28

trawetSluaP
A monitor using tech know for burn-in. That's a hard pass!Quote

19-08-2019, 17:57:13

NeverBackDown
Burn in has been addressed for years now tbh. I know half a dozen people with OLED TVs ranging from 2015 to 2018 and non have burn in

I have the pixel 2 XL which had low quality screens from LG that had a burn in "issues" but I have had my phone for 2 years and it's totally fine.Quote

19-08-2019, 18:21:08

RobM
flippin eck that is one big monitor surely has to be to big unless you sit other side of roomQuote

20-08-2019, 03:25:38

ImprovizoR
It's too big for PC gaming.Quote

20-08-2019, 11:25:27

Ishimuro
Quote:
Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
It's too big for PC gaming.
Depends on where you sit xD I have a Second PC for Couch Gaming and it would fit perfectly into this setup.Quote
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