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Alienware 55 oled gaming monitor

Alienware caused a sensation at this year's CES, showcasing many different products and technologies, all geared towards gamers. In addition to the long-awaited laptops, peripherals and new handheld game consoles, there is also a pair of impressive gaming monitors. Alienware 25 and Alienware 55 OLED gaming monitors.

This huge monitor laid the foundation for CES 2020, with a series of impressive specifications, all with a stylish design. It is equipped with a 55-inch 4K OLED display, which is exciting in itself. Combine it with the high 120Hz refresh rate for a silky smooth gaming experience and a wide color gamut of 98.5 IP3, and you've got a real gaming monitor. Other notable specifications of the

include FreeSync support, 0.5 millisecond response time, and unlimited contrast for a truly immersive experience. The ultra-fast response time is GTG, but it still provides what we rarely see on the screen. The best quality is usually only equipped with 1 ms. The current retail price for the

display is roughly $ 3,999, which is a high-end product to say the least. In other words, based on the specifications of this monitor, I actually think it is worth the money. Nowadays, you rarely see a display with a response time of 0.5 milliseconds, let alone a display with a 55-inch screen.

In the end, what we have here is a TV/monitor combination that not only provides excellent image clarity and gaming performance, but also provides amazing immersion.

is slightly less than US$4,000 and is a high-end product. However, if you have so much money to spend, we strongly recommend that you take a look at this because it meets all the conditions.

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