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A 27 inch IPS gaming monitor with a blazing 240Hz refresh rate and true 1ms response time. Featuring AMD FreeSync technology for effortlessly smooth gaming.
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Kane Fulton –
I very rarely leave reviews on Amazon despite buying 80+ products a year. In fact, this could be the first. I felt compelled to write a review because I’ve just gone through four different G-Sync monitors, ranging from the Dell 24-incher to Asus Rog and Acer models. This Alienware blows them all out of the water in terms of picture quality, build, design and potentially response time. I ‘downgraded’ from 144Hz 1440p to 240Hz 1080p, and I’m far enjoying what I have now. That’s because the Alienware has stonking colours for a TN panel – with a bit of tweaking I can’t tell the difference between this and the 27-inch IPS display I formerly had. And I don’t miss the additional clarity of 1440p one bit, because hitting 200fps+ in games like Battlefield One, Battlefield 4, Destiny 2 and other FPS’ just completely changes the multiplayer experience. If you primarily play shooters, sacrifice the extra pixels – 1080p still looks great at this pixel density and the whole package is well worth it. I paid refurbished, and £380 seems like an absolute bargain. A highly underrated monitor.
I’ve owned several monitors, now got a triple monitor setup, this being the lowest res but highest hertz, the others being 27″ 2560×[email protected] and 34″ 3440×[email protected] – I used to do a lot of competitive gaming at the highest level in CS, and still enjoy playing games at a high level even if I don’t compete and going from my 100hz ultrawide to something I’d never used, while obvious when I used my 144hz, this 240 is noticeable for me, I’ve always been sensitive to that stuff.Monitor quality is great, looks nice, the stand I guess is a bit obnoxious and comes further forward than I’d like? But easy to remedy and not an issue, that is being picky.The picture quality is fantastic, to be honest – I used to hate 1080p when I first switched to 1440p, but stuff’s crisp, maybe because the screen size is so small compared to what I’m used to.I got this at £250 which is a bargain in my opinion, I was always on the fence to get one but this pushed me to it. Using it as my main monitor currently.