Alienware already offered high-end 27-inch and 25-inch gaming monitors for the best possible experience. However, right before the CES 2020, it revealed an overhaul of the existing Alienware 25 gaming monitor.

You can identify the older model as AW2518H while the new monitor has a model number – AW2521HF. The most interesting part of the monitor is its 1 ms response time even with an IPS display panel on board.

In addition to that, the 240 Hz refresh support screams a fast experience for the ideal computer. It is a Full HD display (1920×1080) – however, you get AMD’s FreeSync support and would also have the Gsync support (pending confirmation).

With all that said, if you have the right combination of hardware to step up the performance of the games you play, Alienware 25 gaming monitor would be a great choice.

Also, with 99% of the sRGB color gamut in the IPS panel, the colors on the display should look perfectly fine for a great gaming/entertainment experience.

Not just limited to the tech specs, but the monitor looks aesthetically pleasing as well. You can find minimal bezels with an adjustable stand to tweak your viewing angles.

You can also control the backside RGB lighting using Alienware’s AlienFX software. It can respond to in-game events – so that you can sync your game with the lighting as well.

The new Alienware 25 monitor will be up for orders on March 11, 2020, at just $499.99.

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