<em>Dell<\/em>\u00a0showcased the prototype of the <em>Alienware AW5520QF<\/em> 55-inch OLED gaming monitor back in January during <em>CES 2019<\/em>. After months of waiting, the release date and price of the TV-like gaming monitor has been revealed at <em>Gamescom 2019<\/em>. Besides, much of the specifications have been revealed, and indeed, it is a monster.\r\n\r\nThe <em>Alienware Aurora AW5520QF<\/em> is based on a <em>55-inch OLED panel<\/em>, which is best known for enhanced image quality and contrast. With the AW5520QF, you get blacker, ultra-deep blacks and brighter whites. With OLED technology, you also get the fastest response time, <em>0.5ms gray-to-gray<\/em> to be precise. The panel also features 98.5% DCI-P3 color coverage and reduced power consumption.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=BcuNnbHKueg\r\n\r\nIf you are into <em>4K gaming<\/em>, this is the best deal. AlienWare boasts 4K (3,840 x 2,160)\u00a0resolution. This monitor also supports <em>AMD Radeon FreeSync<\/em> technology, which eliminates screen tearing, and stuttering often caused by misalignment with content's frame rate. As a <em>120Hz refresh rate<\/em>\u00a0monitor, you can finally say goodbye\u00a0to motion blur and remain on the competitive edge.\r\n\r\nAlienWare included a single DisplayPort 1.4 and not DisplayPort 1.2 as earlier stated in the January datasheet. That means this monitor has enough bandwidth for <em>4K at 120Hz<\/em> with 8bpc color. The <em>AW5520QF<\/em> also includes three HDMI 2.0 ports, four USB ports, an SPDIF audio out port and a headphone jack. Dell also incorporated two 14W speakers, engineered with <em>Wave Maxx Audio.<\/em>\r\n\r\nThe design is simply astounding \u2013 thin bezels and a black metallic finish. It is <em>VESA-wall mountable<\/em>, but unfortunately, it won't sit flat because of the bump at the bottom. As expected from such an expensive gaming monitor, you also get <em>RGB lighting<\/em>, which is at the back of the panel. With <em>AlienFX,<\/em> you can easily customize your lighting and special effects to match or complement your other RGB accessories.\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, the <em>Alienware AW5520QF<\/em> is not for the deep-pocket gamers only. This gaming monitor will set you back around $4,000. It will be available for purchase on the wide network of AlienWare retailers and resellers as from September 30. A two-year warranty will cover it.\r\n\r\nAlienWare, the American PC hardware subsidiary of Dell also showcased the <em>AlienWare AW3420DW <\/em>and<em> AlienWare AW2720HF.<\/em>\r\n\r\nThe former is a 34-inch IPS curved gaming monitor with 3440\u00d71440 resolution and 120Hz\u00a0refresh rate. On the other hand, the AW2720HF is a 27-inch IPS monitor with 1920\u00d71080 resolution and 240Hz\u00a0refresh rate. The <em>AlienWare AW3420DW<\/em> will start shipping on August 28 for $1500 while the <em>AW2720HF<\/em> will be available from September 17 for $600.