Alienware is announcing the most exciting new Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor. It will come with a 360Hz refresh rate for super-fast gaming. The monitor also supports NVIDIA’s Reflex Latency Analyzer to give users more data on their system latency and performance. Most displays have had refresh rates that cap out between 120Hz and 240Hz. But the Alienware 25 compared to the ASUS’ Swift 360 and Acer’s Predator X25 seems to be changing. Point to be noted that all of these new gaming monitors offer NVIDIA-powered 360Hz refresh rates. You may be interested in the new Alienware 38 Curved Gaming Monitor. The 37.5-inch monitor has NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate certification and VESA’s DisplayHDR 600 specifications.
The Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor has an edge-to-edge design with NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate and VESA DisplayHDR 600 certifications with a 240Hz refresh rate. The 17-inch Area51m now comes with 10th-gen Intel Core i9 CPUs and NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX GPUs. It packs 360Hz FHD panels and Alienware’s Cryotech cooling and vapor chamber tech. It offers the same 360Hz FHD panels and cooling system, but it’s slimmed down a bit and packs Intel’s 10th Gen Core H and HK series. Now, Alienware is introducing custom-engineered graphics card options to its Aurora gaming desktops. The Aurora and Aurora Ryzen Edition will soon come with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 graphics options, as well as cooling and thermal designs aimed to prioritize gaming performance.
It is noteworthy that Alienware has applied its 360Hz refresh rate technology to its latest and advanced laptops. The Alienware Area-51m R2 and m17 R3 will both support 360Hz FHD panels, bringing that esports vibe to mobile players. The Area-51m R2 runs on 10th Gen Intel Core i9 CPUs with NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs. The m17 R3 is powered by Intel’s 10th Gen Core H and HK series. The 360Hz refresh rate is ideal for esports pros and competitive players. It’s a step up from the standard gaming monitor refresh rate of 240Hz, populating artifacts with more clarity. Still, Alienware is one of the first companies to offer laptops at 360Hz.