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WYP 19-06-19 11:19 AM

Alienware's 55-inch 120Hz OLED Gaming Display will 'definitely' be released?
 
Dell has confirmed that the screen will release this year.

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Peace 19-06-19 01:11 PM

It... has no VESA mounts though :huh: So say goodbye to desk space or just put it in the living room, where you can't use the 120Hz...


Am I missing something? Other than the fact that it's going to be very overpriced, because Alienware?

WYP 19-06-19 01:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peace (Post 1007628)
It... has no VESA mounts though :huh: So say goodbye to desk space or just put it in the living room, where you can't use the 120Hz...


Am I missing something? Other than the fact that it's going to be very overpriced, because Alienware?

Remember that the images are from CES and are from a concept product. A VESA mount could be added later.

tgrech 19-06-19 01:32 PM

I think next gen consoles and some streaming platforms are aiming to have 120Hz support, I guess Alienware also have some "Living room PC" models. But yeah I've no idea why any company wouldn't include VESA mounts if that's true, a lot of people wall mount nowadays.

Greenback 19-06-19 03:00 PM

Can't see why any body would want a screen that big, but maybe that's down to being blind as a bat and not being able to move a screen far enough away

WYP 19-06-19 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Greenback (Post 1007635)
Can't see why any body would want a screen that big, but maybe that's down to being blind as a bat and not being able to move a screen far enough away

Yeah, it is very big. I use a 43-inch screen for 4K, and it is already stupid big.

NeverBackDown 19-06-19 04:47 PM

I personally would think a 38-40inch 21:10 ratio would be perfect. Ultrawide monitors are narrow, the extra height with 21:10 would be pretty helpful I think.

hmmblah 19-06-19 05:16 PM

I remember when a 17" CRT was huge. Bring on the big screens!

looz 20-06-19 04:53 AM

Got a 49" TV and honestly I find it too small. And I only use it for gaming and VODs so having a receiver is irrelevant.


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