Alienware’s flagship Alienware Gaming Monitor comes with a powerful 4K UHD resolution, up to 90Hz refresh rate, a 120Hz refresh and 2x4K support.
That’s more than enough for gamers to enjoy the best games, with the monitor also sporting 4K HDR support.
Alienware is also the first brand to offer its own streaming PC software, which is the reason it comes with two USB ports, one for a USB-C to HDMI adapter and one for an HDMI-to-USB-C cable.
A 4K HDMI-capable monitor is expected to hit the market by the end of this year, and we can only hope Alienware will be one of the first to release a 4K monitor.
Read moreAbout the monitorThe Alienware Alienware 4K Monitor features a whopping 144Hz refresh.
That means that if you’re playing an action game at 60Hz and watching a movie at 60fps, your monitor will run 120Hz.
The monitor also supports a 120fps refresh in full 1080p.
The Alienware monitor also sports an AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics card, which should be plenty powerful for the task at hand.
The display also sports a 144Hz IPS panel, which makes for a wide viewing angle and easy adjustment.
Alienware Gaming monitor also features an IPS display, which lets you adjust its brightness from 120 to 500.
The screen also sports 5.5mm-thick bezel, which reduces glare and enhances viewing comfort.
The Alien the monitor’s display has a full HD resolution.
This means that it’s ideal for watching movies and games at a high refresh rate and high contrast ratios.
This is something you don’t often find in PC monitors.
However, Alien will only offer its 4K, 120Hz, or 120Hz at 120Hz and 4K and 4k at 144Hz.
You’ll need a 1080p monitor for most games.
Alien will be offering its gaming monitor at a resolution of 4K.
While there are a few gaming monitors with 4K capabilities that are currently on the market, Alien is the first one to offer 4K support for its gaming monitors.
A 1080p screen at 120fps is also an option, but you’ll need to consider whether you’re ready to spend an extra $1,000 for a 4k display.
The best gaming monitor for gamers is one that supports 4K at 144fps.
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