Dell Alienware Unveils Upgraded AW2524HF Monitor: AMD FreeSync Premium and VESA AdaptiveSync Certified
Dell’s gaming powerhouse, Alienware, has made waves with the introduction of its enhanced AW2524HF monitor, featuring cutting-edge AMD FreeSync Premium and VESA AdaptiveSync certification.
The Fast IPS panel of this 24.5-inch monitor boasts an astounding 500Hz refresh rate, a lightning-fast 0.5ms latency response time, HDR10 support, and an array of other top-tier features that promise an unparalleled display experience. Priced competitively at $650, enthusiasts can get their hands on this stellar monitor starting September 12th in the US.
A Closer Look at Dell Alienware’s Premium Monitor
Earlier this year, Alienware, a revered name under Dell’s gaming umbrella, introduced the remarkable AW2524HF monitor. The star of the show was undoubtedly its remarkable 500Hz refresh rate.
Taking innovation a step further, Alienware has now launched an upgraded iteration of the AW2524HF monitor, armed with AMD FreeSync Premium compatibility and VESA AdaptiveSync certification. With a clear focus on AMD GPU users, this monitor promises tear-free and stutter-free gaming experiences.
The monitor’s ultra-low latency response time of 0.5ms is complemented by its support for HDR10 and its impressive 99% sRGB color coverage. Notably, the TUV-certified ComfortView Plus technology minimizes potentially harmful blue light emissions, ensuring that users enjoy true-to-life colors and consistent visuals from every angle.
In terms of design, the Alienware AW2524HF monitor boasts a built-in retractable headset hanger and a height-adjustable hexagonal base that optimizes desk space. On the connectivity front, users can benefit from two DisplayPort 1.4 slots, an HDMI 2.1 port, and five USB 3.2 cable ports.
With a price tag of $650, this cutting-edge monitor will be available for purchase on Dell’s official website starting September 12th, initially catering to the US market. Dell, through its gaming-centric brand, presents this premium display offering, aimed at rivaling similar models from Acer and Samsung within the same niche.