One of the BEST Alienware HDR QD-OLED gaming monitors is $100 off at Dell
This 34" ultrawide panel is practically perfect for all platforms.
The Alienware AW3423DWF is a fantastic 32" ultrawide gaming monitor with a QD-OLED panel that enhances its color spectrum alongside perfect black levels, all built into a 1800R curved display with excellent viewing angles. It's back down to $999.99 at Dell for a $100 saving on its usual MSRP, even cheaper than previous reductions during Black Friday and Cyber Monday events.
Alienware 34-inch monitor
$1,100 $999.99 at Dell
The Alienware AW3423DWF display is loaded with features including a beautiful OLED panel, amazing HDR support for vibrant image quality, a high refresh rate, Nvidia G-Sync to reduce screen tearing, and plenty more.
This ultrawide beauty was initially introduced at CES in 2022, and the unique QD-OLED tech blew so much of its competition out of the water. A year later, it's still one of the best panels you can buy for a range of platforms, thanks to its support for AMD FreeSync and a dedicated console mode handling proper 4K downscaling to its native 3440 x 1440p resolution.
Hitting up to 165Hz refresh rates with VRR support keeps things smooth alongside a lightning-fast 1ms response time, perfect for competitive gaming in 21:9 resolutions. It's also DisplayHDR 400 True Black certified, with a typical 250 nits brightness rating for cinematic single-player titles on PC or consoles. The AW3423DWF ticks every compatibility box for 4K gaming on Xbox besides 4K @ 120Hz, but 1440p is totally fine at the same rate.
Then you also have Alienware's Quantum Dot OLED technology, which takes everything OLED already does so well and does it even better. You end up with broader color coverage, greater uniformity, and even better brightness overall. There's also AlienFX customizable lighting and plenty of connectivity options, including multiple USB ports; this thing is a beast.
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