The Alienware AW3225QF 32-Inch 4K OLED launches as the first in its class
Freshly announced at CES 2024 was the brand new Alienware AW3225QF 32-Inch 4K OLED, a gaming display that’s equipped with highly anticipated tech. This is the very first time a display manufacturer has combined a sub 40-inch display with 4K resolution, a QD-OLED panel, and a 240Hz refresh rate. Oh yes, it’s gonna cost a pretty penny.
As Dell/Alienware has listed, the Alienware AW3225QF 32-Inch 4K OLED is a 32” monitor that uses a 3840×2160 true 4K resolution, a 1700R curved panel, the 240Hz refresh rate aforementioned, and G-SYNC compatibility. Dell has only produced two QD OLED monitors, the first of which is the AW3225QF (AW3423DW/DWF). Quantum dot, or “QD,” OLED panels exhibit greater brightness than conventional OLED screens while retaining the characteristic broad viewing angles, high color accuracy, and range of OLEDs.
With a Delta E of less than 2, the AW3225QF is factory calibrated and has a 99.3% DCI-P3 color spectrum. It has a peak brightness of up to 1,000 nits and is certified HDR True Black 400. Dolby Vision HDR is also supported. In terms of connectivity, the AW3225QF features one DisplayPort 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.1 ports (one with eARC), and two HDMI 2.1 ports that can all support 4K at up to 240Hz. Additionally, there is a USB Type-C port for charging and two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports.
Those who have held back this past Black Friday made a smart decision as the AW3225QF looks to be the best in its class. OLED lovers will finally get to experience a gaming monitor that utilizes a glossy coating in place of the frowned upon matte coating. They’ll just need to make sure they’re equipped with a good enough graphics card to handle all that beef.
The Alienware AW3225QF 32-Inch 4K OLED is now available on the Dell website for $1,199.99.