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Posted 16 May 2024

Alienware AW2724DM 27" QHD Fast IPS 180Hz 600nits FreeSync Premium Pro Gaming Monitor using code

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Another great offer from Dell if you are into gaming. I posted the other similar monitor deal today for around £200 but if you can spend a bit more this would give you a pretty decent 600 nits brightness vs 400 + USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub . That's outstanding, especially at this price level.


Connectivity Options
1. Power connector |
2. Security-lock slot (based on Kensington Security Slot) |
3. Joystick |
4. SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps (USB 3.2 Gen1) Type-A downstream port with Battery Charging 1.2 |
5. SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps (USB 3.2 Gen1) Type-A downstream port |
6. SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps (USB 3.2 Gen 1) Type-B upstream port |
7. HDMI port |
8. DisplayPort (DP1) |
9. DisplayPort (DP2)

Cables Included

1. Power cable (varies by country) | 2. DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable | 3. USB-C to DisplayPort 1.4 cable | 4. USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) upstream cable

VESA Mount Interface

Display Type
LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix
Energy Class
Class F
Diagonal Size
Adaptive-Sync Technology
AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible
Built-in Devices
USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub
Panel Type
Fast IPS
Aspect Ratio
Native Resolution
QHD 2560 x 1440 (DisplayPort(OC): 180 Hz, DisplayPort: 165 Hz, HDMI: 144 Hz)
Pixel Pitch
0.2331 mm
Pixel Per Inch
600 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio
1000:1 / 1000:1 (dynamic)
Colour Support
1.07 billion colours
Colour Gamut
100% sRGB, 95% DCI-P3
Response Time
1 ms (grey-to-grey extreme)
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Vertical Viewing Angle
Screen Coating
Haze 25%, anti-glare 3H hardness
Backlight Technology
WLED edgelight backlight
10-bit gamma, Low Blue Light technology, Dell ComfortView Plus, flicker-free panel

0:00 Intro0:28 Design0:58 Ergonomics1:12 Inputs1:37 Variable Refresh Rate1:57 Response Time2:26 Input lag2:38 Console Compatibility3:20 Color Accuracy3:40 SDR Brightness & Reflections3:52 Contrast & Local Dimming 4:36 HDR Brightness 4:59 Viewing Angles 5:16 Text Clarity5:35 macOS Compatibility 5:52 Verdict

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  1. instant_classic's avatar
    This or the Dell? :/
    Station54's avatar
    Alienware is dell's premium gaming range, his video actually compares the two

    I recently picked up the G2724D and think it's great for the price
  2. Rocky96's avatar
    This seems to be better than the G2724D. This has USB ports which are useful when switching from a work laptop to a home PC.
  3. Arstar's avatar
    Worth considering this for 1080 gaming? Incase my RTX3050 can’t provide reasonable fps at 1440 resolution. And no plans to replace graphics card any time soon.
    LastManStandingUK_'s avatar
    id go for something like  For £150 ish
    AOC 25G3ZM 25" Full HD 240Hz Gaming Monitor 
    24.5 Inch Screen size
    1MS Response Time / 240Hz Refresh Rate
    1920 x 1080 Resolution
    Panel type: VA
    Ports: HDMI DisplayPort

    or if you don't want VA panel this one around £130ish

    AOC 24G4XE 24" IPS Full HD 180Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor
    24 Inch Screen size
    1MS Response Time / 180Hz Refresh Rate
    1920x1080 Full HD Resolution
    Panel type: IPS
  4. Easytarg3t's avatar
    Bought this last year during black Friday and not regretted it at all. Downloaded colour profile from rtings so not sure how much difference that makes. Compared to my old monitor, games have much more depth and are almost 3d looking. No complaints from me.
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