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Alienware AW2523HF 24.5 Inch Full HD (1920x1080) Gaming Monitor, 360Hz, Fast IPS, 0.5ms, AMD FreeSync Premium, VESA AdaptiveSync, 99% sRGB, HDR 10, DisplayPort, 2x HDMI, 5x USB, 3 Year Warranty

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It has FreeSync VRR support and G-SYNC compatibility to reduce screen tearing, and motion looks smooth thanks to its fantastic response time. Other than that, they both offer impressive gaming performance, but the AW2523HF is more versatile with consoles as it can downscale a 4k image. Two of the four USB ports are on the monitor's lower lip, making a wired mouse or keyboard easy to connect.

This is not the worst matte finish I’ve seen, but it definitely isn’t the best and does add a fair bit of the oil slick effect, especially on white parts of the screen. I kept my Response Time setting at Fast which looked alright in the UFO ghosting test as I actually witnessed zero ghosting, which was absolutely astonishing.It has a max resolution of 1920×1080, which in this day and age is pretty low for a PC gaming monitor, but more than enough for those of you wanting to play your typical eSports titles. The lozenge shape around the attachment point hides a 100mm VESA mount and is textured like a grill. I love that it has no speakers (this is a plus for security AND in case they start buzzing later on due to crappy parts), and while the resolution is even more exotic than the 1920 x 1200, the extra pixels are great for doing work when not gaming.

Added that the Dell Alienware AW2723DF has a higher 1440p resolution in the Resolution And Size section. D To join Dell Rewards, sign into your Dell Account (or create one) and select the box to join the Dell Rewards program. And with its Fast IPS panel, sRGB 99% color coverage and support for HDR content playback, you're guaranteed consistent, vivid colors across a wide viewing angle for immersive, lifelike visuals. Built For Marathon Gaming Sessions: ComfortView is a TÜV Rhienland certified software-enabled low blue light solution that optimizes eye comfort by reducing blue light emission for long hours of comfortable viewing sessions. Meanwhile, some 240Hz TN panels we’ve tested can register under 3ms response times, effectively providing a much snappier-looking image.The matte finish helps reduce the intensity of glare from strong light sources, and combined with its great peak brightness, you won't have issues using it in a bright room. The Alienware panel can peak at around 250Hz when used with an HDMI cable which is perfect for console gamers, and there’s even a games console mode you can turn on in the menu too.

The static contrast shows the ratio between the brightest and the darkest color, which the display can reproduce simultaneously, for example, within one and the same frame/scene. Likewise, with game compatibility, the hardware needed to run a game at a consistent 360Hz is mental! Although it has decent HDR peak brightness, small highlights don't stand out against the rest of the screen because it lacks a local dimming feature. Read more about the condition New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). These comparisons, which took place in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, showed I was up to 50 percent more accurate on the 360Hz monitor when attempting to shoot enemies passing through a narrow gap.Any remaining inaccuracies aren't visible to the naked eye, and both the color temperature and gamma are nearly spot-on with their targets. If in the unfortunate event an issue occurs after 30 days, please reach out to us by message and we can advise next steps on paid repairs or manufacturer warranty claims.

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