Alienware has announced the first-ever Alienware Alienware 280Hz monitor.
The monitor features an OLED screen with 4k resolution, which can be controlled via a dual-port USB hub and supports 60Hz refresh rate.
The Alienware monitor can be powered by one 8-watt external power supply and features a 13-inch 1080p display, while its 27-inch 1440p display can be adjusted with a 15-inch panel.
Alienware says that the monitor is designed to be compatible with its other Alienware products, including the Predator X and Predator M series.
The company says the monitor has a refresh rate of 120Hz, with a brightness of 120 nits and a contrast ratio of 8,000:1.
The new monitor will go on sale in the UK starting March 29.
Alien of the Month is: “Alien: Covenant” The Predator X is the newest iteration of the Predator line.
The Predator M4 is the most recent iteration of its Predator line, and is one of the most popular gaming monitors of all time.
The most recent Predator X has an IPS panel, but the Predator M2 is an older model with a full-HD panel and a full pixel count.
There’s also a Predator M3 that has a 2560×1600 panel, and a Predator X2 that has an 8200×1800 panel.