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Alienware Showcases 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Display

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Alienware Showcases 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Display

Alienware Showcases 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Display

Today, OLED TVs stand at the pinnacle of screen quality, offering the ability to turn off pixels individually to produce "True Blacks" while supporting a wider colour gamut than most standard LCDs. In the era of HDR, OLED screens sit amongst the best displays on the market, and in 2019 this panel type is quickly moving into the PC gaming scene. 

Measuring in at 55-inches Alienware's latest gaming display is a monster, offering an OLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate support and DisplayPort 1.4 inputs to drive it. Alienware has not specified support for variable refresh rate (VRR) support at this time, though it is likely that this preview panel will feature Adaptive Sync support when it launches. 

This OLED monitor is extremely thin and offers users a minimal look overall, only featuring an Alienware logo on the rear, a configurable AlienFX LED light and markings that read '55'. This panel is a preview unit, so the aesthetic of this display is subject to change.    

  

Alienware Showcases 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Display  

Reports from CES claim that Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED monitor will release sometime in the second half of 2019, competing with the likes of Nvidia's G-Sync HDR Ultimate Big Format Gaming Displays, such as the HP's OMEN X Emperium

You can join the discussion on Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Monitor on the OC3D Forums.  

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09-01-2019, 12:17:30

NeverBackDown
Wish they would have a 40" size. 55" is just to big when sitting so closeQuote

09-01-2019, 13:35:16

Greenback
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wish they would have a 40" size. 55" is just to big when sitting so close
Tbh I find my 27" way big enough, I keep seeing all the new big screens and thinking you'd have to play games from the other side of the room to see the full screenQuote

09-01-2019, 14:12:34

NeverBackDown
I feel like my 27 inch is the minimum. Preferably I want a 34" ultrawide as my minimum but it's not greatly supported so I'd rather have a 16:9 34-40" size.
I used to play on a 32" and it wasn't a big deal for me tbh. I'm nearly blind so it actually helps meQuote

09-01-2019, 15:45:35

RobM
I use a 27 inch curved display at 1080p I find it just about right, I did try 1440 but everything looked so tiny my 55 year old eyes struggled with it.Quote

09-01-2019, 16:47:58

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wish they would have a 40" size. 55" is just to big when sitting so close
Complains about too close to screen*** switches to Oculus rift

that's me btw.Quote
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