Alienware’s 34 QD-OLED curved gaming display is touted as the world’s first to be powered by Quantum Dot Display technology, which results in an ultra slim panel design with extreme color performance, higher peak luminance, as well as a wider color gamut range compared to WOLEDs. This is made possible by incorporating OLED display technologies that offer truer black and an infinite contrast ratio and then increasing the color performance by converting blue light directly into the red and green primary display colors through a Quantum Dot pixel layer.
Set for release this spring, priced at $1,299 USD, it boasts wide cinema-level color coverage of up to 99.3% DCI-P3 across the display’s curved viewing area, Delta E<2 color calibration directly right out of the box, 1000 nits of peak brightness, an infinite contrast ratio and VESA DisplayHDR TrueBlack 400 certification. Thanks to NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate compatibility, users can experience ultra low latency during gaming, as well as support for both HDR and cinematic color levels. [amazon box="B09JGKC3NY" template="horizontal"]
The world’s first Quantum Dot OLED gaming monitor which combines the impressive picture qualities of OLED with Quantum Dot technology to deliver a vibrant, life-like color performance including consistent color uniformity, wide color coverage, incredible brightness and improved OLED reliability,” said Alienware.