Alienware being famous for its extensive line of gaming laptops and desktops. Will now also be branching out into providing PC gaming peripherals. Where the most noticeable among the bunch are their three new gaming monitors. That certainly does not aim at providing HDR or 4K resolution like Asus. But certainly is something that looks and feels good.

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The first among the three is a 25 inch gaming monitor named Alienware 25. Where the monitor supports a max refresh rate of 250 Hz. The highest you can get your hands on in this day and age. Aside from that the monitor also supports a resolution of 1920 x 1080. While users have the choice to either go with FreeSync or G-Sync. With a price tag of $499 and $699 respectively.

The other two monitors are known as the Alienware 34. Which includes the Alienware 34 (A3418HW) and Alienware 34 (AW3418DW) gaming monitor. In terms of specs the Alienware 34 (A3418HW) supports a resolution of 2560 x 1080, with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. Though the response time on the monitor comes down to 4ms. With a price tag of $1199 and G-Sync support.

The Alienware 34 (AW3418DW) on the other hand comes with a higher 3440 x 1440 resolution. But here users do have the option to overclock the refresh rate of the monitor up to 200 Hz. Aside from that users would also be getting their hands on a curved monitor running on IPS technology.

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All these monitors feature Alienware’s signature design. Which includes a metallic look with shiny lights. Though being new to provided PC gaming peripherals Alienware have really done a great job with their three new upcoming gaming monitors. Aside from this Alienware also launched a new gaming mouse and keyboard.

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What do you think about Aleinware’s entry into the PC gaming peripherals market? Will the current users prefer Alienware over what Asus have to offer, especially with HDR support.