Alienware 27 (AW2723DF) is mainly white in appearance, uses a Nano IPS panel, QHD resolution (2560×1440), refresh rate is 240Hz, response time is 1ms, supports complete sRGB color gamut, DCI-P3 color gamut is 95 %, supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and is compatible with Nvidia G-Sync, and is DisplayHDR 600 certified. In addition to games, there is also a Creator Mode option for content creation.
Alienware 25 (AW2523HF) is matte black, also uses IPS panel, FHD resolution (1920×1080), refresh rate 360Hz, sRGB color gamut is 99%, DCI-P3 color gamut is 95%, supports HDR10, VESA Adaptive-Sync, and AMD FreeSync Premium, with response times as low as 0.5ms.
Both the Alienware 25 and Alienware 27 come with a stand that supports tilt, swivel, height, and pivot adjustments, but differs in design, and both feature a slide-out headphone hanger. Both offer a DisplayPort 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.0 ports, headphone jacks, an upstream Type-B USB 3.2 Gen 1 port, and four downstream USB-A ports. The new gaming monitor’s power supply is built-in, though it doesn’t come with a USB-C port, which may feel a little underwhelming for some users.
The Alienware 25 will be available on September 7 for $449.99, and the Alienware 27 will be available on October 6 for $649.99. Dell offers a three-year warranty.