Alienware Introduces a new 360Hz Monitor: find here the details. IFA 2020, the German consumer electronics fair is held this year under the influence of the coronavirus pandemic with a greatly reduced physical presence. This will not prevent manufacturers from making a large virtual display for the presentation of new products. And we will be here to tell you.
Alienware, Dell’s premium gaming brand introduced three new monitors. Different, but just as interesting beyond their name: Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor, Alienware 27 and Alienware 38.
The Alienware 25 claims to be the industry’s first 360Hz monitor, although other models have actually been introduced at CES. Especially to use in electronic sports, professionals looking to make a difference in games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow Six: Siege, Overwatch, Fortnite or others, it offers a 25-inch diagonal and a resolution limited to 1080p.
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Until now the maximum refresh rate we could have reached was 240Hz, 360Hz monitor represents a great advance although we are not sure if it is achieved with some type of overclocking and not with a native panel. The new Alienware 360Hz monitor introduces the Reflex Latency Analyzer feature, which provides accurate information on system latency.
It also has support for G-Sync Ultimate synchronization technology and as you may have guessed, if you want to extract its full potential you will have to use it with a dedicated NVIDIA graphics like the new Ampere.
The Alienware 27 is the second model of those presented. With a diagonal of 27″, it offers a native 2K resolution and 240Hz refresh rate, which is not bad for its resolution. It has an edge-to-edge design and offers certifications for NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate and VESA DisplayHDR 600.
The Alienware 38 is the most interesting of those presented, because it is a 360Hz monitor. We assume that like the rest it will have an ergonomic base for adjustment in height, tilt or rotation and the typical Display Port and HDMI video inputs. Alienware says it will announce all details, availability and pricing later this month.