Dell unveiled its new Alienware 34 top curved gaming display this week. The new AW3420DW monitor resembles its 2017 predecessor with the same resolution and G-Sync functionality, but it upgrades it with more display brightness, different design and features an IPS panel with Nano Color technology.
Alienware AW3420DW is the company's newest flagship display based on 3440 × 1440 IPS panel, 350 nits brightness, 1000: 1 contrast ratio, 120 Hz refresh rate, fast GtG time for response, 1900R curvature, 178 ° / 178 ° vertical / horizontal viewing angles, and NVIDIA G-Sync technology.
The key difference between the new twisted Alienware 34 AW3420DW and its predecessor (AW341
When it comes to connectivity, the display has one DisplayPort 1.2 input and one HDMI 1.4 port, a four-core USB 3.0 hub (with one input port), and 3.5mm audio connectors.
Targeting gamers, the Alienware AW3420DW has AlienFX RGB four-zone lighting. It also has an adjustable stand.
|34 "curved Alienware displays|
|Native Resolution||3440 × 1440|
|Max rating 19659010] 120 Hz overclock|
|Brightness||350 cd / m²|
|Viewing angles||178 ° / 178 ° horizontal / vertical|
|pixel tilt||0.233 mm|
|pixel density||109 ppi|
|color gamut|| sRGB
|Dynamic refresh rate||NVIDIA G-Sync|
|Inputs|| 1 × DP 1.2
1 × HDMI 1.4
|USB hub|| 4-port USB 3.0 hub,
one USB Type-B output port
|Audio||audio inputs / outputs ports|
|Power Consumption|| Idle: 0.3 W
Typical: 58 – 110W
|RGB Lighting||AlienFX Programmable RGB LED Lighting|
|Starting Price||$ 1499.99|
The Alienware AW3420DW will be available on August 28 and will cost $ 1499.  Related reading: