Only days before CES commences, Alienware declared a redid adaptation of its 25-inch AW2518HF gaming screen. The size and specs of the up and coming AW2521HF are generally the equivalent, aside from it swaps out the TN (contorted nematic) screen on the old model for a greater IPS (in-plane exchanging) board without giving up any speed.
That is to state it holds the equivalent 240Hz revive rate as its antecedent, making it appropriate for aggressive gaming. We have just observed some bigger size IPS shows slope to 240Hz, including Alienware’s very own AW2720HF. Be that as it may, I’m not mindful of any 24-inch or 25-inch screens brandishing IPS boards with a 240Hz revive rate.
IPS boards normally offer preferred picture quality over TN screens, by method for showing a more extensive shading range. For this situation, Dell says the AW2521HF offers 99 percent inclusion of the sRGB shading space. Review edges are better too, with IPS boards generally keeping up a decent picture at up to 178 degrees (level and vertical). Each screen is unique, however, so we’ll need to hold up until we get our hands the AW2521HF before we condemn one way or the other.
Alienware is additionally asserting the AW2521HF offers a “genuine” 1ms reaction time, apparently meaning it is a dim to-dim (GtG) estimation, which is to what extent it takes for a pixel to change starting with one shade of dark then onto the next. While not determined, I’m speculating the 1ms measurement is an overdrive rating. Empowering overdrive can now and again present ghosting (DisplayNinja has a magnificent article regarding the matter), however there is no chance to get of knowing the amount of an issue (if at this) is without trying the screen.
Alienware says the AW2521HF will be accessible universally on March 11 for $499.99. We’ll need to perceive how road estimating shakes out. The specs alone put this one in conceivable conflict as outstanding amongst other gaming screens, however the bigger 27-inch AW2720HF is $409.99 on Amazon at the present time.