The first QD-OLED monitor already has a price and is cheaper than we expected

The Alienware QD-OLED monitor comes with all the benefits of an OLED monitor, including deep blacks and high contrast.

The incorporation of Quantum Dot technology makes brightness levels higher and colors more vibrant.

If you still don’t know what QD technology is- OLED and what advantages it will bring to the televisions and monitors of the future (already present), we leave you the following explanatory video.

We say a reasonable $1,299 since Alienware’s 55-inch OLED monitor is currently $2,719 on Amazon, and was first released in 2019 for $3,999.

We are faced with a screen of generous dimensions with a diagonal of 34 inches in ultrawide aspect ratio (21:9) and with a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels on a curved panel with QD-OLED technology, with radio of 1800R.

The AW3423DW monitor should achieve 99.3% of the DCI-P3 color space. It also has a 175 Hz refresh rate, as well as a brightness of 250 nits with a maximum of 1,000 nits.

You can expect a fast 0.1ms response rate and support for Nvidia’s G-Sync Ultimate technology.

The monitor made headlines at CES 2022 for being one of the first gaming monitors to fuse quantum dot and OLED technologies into a single display for “higher color uniformity, higher color coverage, and higher brightness,” according to Dell .

Despite its success at CES, Dell didn’t give us any more information about how much it was going to cost, until now, which also tells us that it will release sometime in spring 2022 >. This price gives us an idea of ??the kind we can expect for other products using Samsung’s QD-OLED technology.

Sony is expected to launch the first 4K QD-OLED TV later this year, and it will be interesting to know how much it costs as well.