Elaine Ware, Dell’s gaming brand, cheaper model of 34 inch curved monitor has unveiled its QD-OLED. This monitor will be released to the Chinese market on October 18 (October 26), and then it will be available to residents of the United States and Canada on November 8 (November 17).
Elaine Ware’s new AW3423DWF monitor has undergone two significant changes compared to the $1,300 AW3423DW to bring its price down to $1,100. Elaine Ware is not replacing the old model with the new monitor, and both are being sold at the same time.
Unlike the model that was released last spring, the new model of Elaine Ver’s curved monitor does not support Nvidia’s G-Sync Ultimate feature and instead uses AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. In the new monitor, the refresh rate has been reduced from 175 Hz to 165 Hz.
based on what Verge He writes, the Alienware AW3423DWF monitor is equipped with a QD-OLED panel with a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels and supports the HDR standard. This monitor uses one HDMI 2.0 port and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, however, the AW3423DW model uses two HDMI 2.0 ports and only one DisplayPort port. The DisplayPort port offers a 165Hz refresh rate, but HDMI 2.0 ports are limited to a 100Hz refresh rate.
Taking advantage of the 21:9 aspect ratio, Elaine Ware’s new monitor is designed for games that can be played in ultra-wide mode. New generation consoles cannot do this natively at the moment.
Elaine Ware says that the new monitor’s thinner thickness than the previous model makes the AW3423DWF easier to fit on a wall. The new monitor is about 10 mm narrower than the previous model. The AW3423DW had a very good picture quality and the AW3423DWF is expected to provide an enjoyable visual experience as well.