The Dell Alienware AW3420DW is an impressive ultrawide gaming monitor with a stylish design and native G-SYNC support. It has a curved 34 inch screen to provide incredible immersion when gaming, and its 1440p resolution is great for productivity. However, there are some downsides to its IPS panel, mainly with its low contrast ratio and sub-par black uniformity.

 Size 34"  -   Resolution 3440x1440   -   Max Refresh Rate 120 Hz   -   Pixel Type  IPS
-   Variable Refresh Rate G-SYNC

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Design 

 This most likely won't be amazing to anybody that knows Alienware, however the AW3420DW is a flawless monitor. It is designed by Alienware's new Legend design language, much like the ongoing Alienware Area-51m and 15m laptops, just as the excellent Aurora R9 desktop. In this way, with that impact, on the rear of the monitor stand, there's a modern looking oval-shaped RGB light ring, alongside a RGB outsider head on the rear of the presentation. There's something to be said about putting lighting effects on the rear of a monitor, dislike you'll actually truly take a gander at it, yet it makes an extraordinary cluster of lights on the divider behind it.



 On the right-hand side of the monitor, you'll find all the buttons. There's a little stick that'll let you open the full settings menu, along with three other buttons around the back that will either open up some quick settings or let you interact with the main menu. Through this menu you can control the RGB lighting around back, yet it's not very natural. Fortunately, you can likewise control this lighting through the Alienware Control Center software, if you interface the monitor to your PC by means of USB. Ports are ensured by a little shield that's easy enough to slide all through place.

 


 You'll discover force, HDMI and DisplayPort on the right-hand side of the stand, and on the opposite end two USB-A ports, along with a special USB port to connect the monitor to your PC for lighting control – it also enables the remainder of the USB ports on the monitor. On the lower part of the monitor, you'll locate some quick-access USB-A ports and a headphone jack. This little area is illuminated which makes it very easy to plug something in, even in a dark room. We love the way that there are so numerous USB ports here, there can never be sufficient taking everything into account. However, with a monitor in this value range, being restricted to two presentation inputs is somewhat of a warning. We would have wanted to see a second DisplayPort at any rate, and possibly a USB-C connection. At last, there are the bezels. They're not all that thick that it's an issue, and Alienware has certainly accomplished some incredible work to make them less observable, however they're unquestionably there. Alienware has experienced incredible lengths to up its design game throughout the most recent couple of years, we simply wish it would limit the bezels here. Alienware is claimed by Dell, and in the event that it can practically dispose of bezels on its premium laptops, why do its premium gaming monitors have such thick bezels?

Performance

 The Alienware AW3420DW looks fabulous, and it is highly unlikely around that. Regardless of what sort of substance we have on the screen, whether work or play, this monitor just dominates. Playing the Two Colonels expansion for Metro Exodus, we're overwhelmed by the synchronous handling of both splendid fire impacts and the marvelous dark levels. What's more, in a game that is the totally different regarding tone and shading sense of taste, Bee Simulator looked astounding, with all its brilliant tones and smooth motion. Regardless of what game we pull up on this monitor, it looks astounding. Furthermore, it's liquid also. In addition to the fact that this monitors have a 120Hz refresh rate, however its refresh rate is down to 2ms, which means even in the most fast-paced online games, you won't be kept down by a lazy monitor. You can have stunning picture quality and fast execution – you'll simply need to manage an exorbitant cost tag.

The Alienware AW3420DW is additionally a G-Sync Panel, which is significant at such a high resolution. In Metro Exodus, however, we're getting around 50 fps, yet because of G-Sync it seems like it's a local framerate. G-Sync, in the event that you have a compatible Nvidia graphics card, is essentially similar to cheating and we love it. This monitor will likewise be a significant help in case you're hoping to complete some work when you're not gaming. The Ultrawide resolution implies we're ready to fit two enormous program windows and Slack while never having to alt-tab. It's an immense efficient device, and now we prescribe a Ultrawide monitor to practically anybody that needs to complete work at their computer. This is an amazingly ground-breaking monitor, with excellent picture quality – regardless of whether the silly sticker price sort of discourages it. In any case, on the off chance that you need the best and you couldn't care less about value, the Alienware AW3420DW makes a pretty persuading case for itself.

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