Aside from its Ryzen-powered Alienware m15 R5 and G15 gaming laptops, Dell also announced that it is launching a total of four new gaming monitors for the masses. The lineup includes one standard 24.5-inch display, while the other three feature curved panels varying from 27-inch, 32-inch, and 34-inches.
Starting with the 24.5-inch gaming display, this monitor has a maximum resolution of Full HD, while also touting an ultra-high refresh rate of 240Hz and a response rate of 1ms (grey-to-grey). Not only that, but it also uses an IPS panel and is also NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible. Oh, and it also has thin bezels.
Moving on, both the Dell 27-inch and 32-inch curved gaming monitors ships out with the same maximum 1440p resolution, as well as the same 165Hz and 2ms response time and support for AMD’s FreeSync Premium and Premium Pro anti-tearing technology. Sitting on the pedestal is the 34-inch ultrawide WQHD display. Along with a 144Hz refresh rate, this display also comes with support for VESA DisplayHDR 400 and 90% DCI-P3 colour accuracy.
At the time of writing, Dell did not provide local pricing but has said that all four displays should be available to the public starting from June this year.