Dell has established a new range of gaming screens alongside its own Ryzen-powered Alienware m15 and G5 15 gaming notebooks. They come in four dimensions – 25-inch, 27-inch, 32-inch and 34-inch. Except for the 24-inch model, the rest of the SKUs have a curved form factor. Each of four Dell gaming screens offer high refresh rates ranging from 240Hz and 144Hz.
Starting with the top-of-the-line model known as the Dell 34 S3422DWG gaming monitor, we receive a 34-inch VA panel with WQHD resolution (3440×1440), 144Hz refresh rate, 2ms response time plus 90percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut coverage. The Dell S3422DWG is VESA DisplayHDR and AMD FreeSync accredited. It also supports changeable refresh-rate technology. Allowing it to be used with consoles such as the PS5 and Xbox One X. It even provides additional lighting in the form of a downlight.
Moving on to the Dell S2722DGM and Dell S3222DGM gaming monitors, we receive 27-inch and 32-inch QHD VA panels, respectively. The former has a curvature of 1500R, and the latter 1800R. They have a 2ms response time and pay 99percent of the sRGB gamut. AMD FreeSync is supported on both versions, but Vesa DisplayHDR certification is lacking.
Lastly, the Dell 25 S2522HG gaming screen features a 25-inch FHD (1920×1080) IPS panel clocked at 240Hz. It’s compatible with both Nvidia G Sync and FreeSync Premium and supports changeable refresh-rate technology. Other characteristics include 1ms response time, 99percent sRGB colour gamut policy, height, pivot, swivel & tilt adjustments along with a downlight much like the one found from the 34-inch version. Dell says the Dell 25 S2522HG, 27 S2722DGM, 32 S3222DGM and 34 S3422DWG will be available globally at the end of May 2021. Their prices will be revealed as the launch date approaches.