- Product Dimensions: 21.9 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches ; 6.11 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 11 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.
- Item model number: AW2518Hf
- ASIN: B0733YCKM5
- Date first available at amazon.ae: January 29, 2019
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #496 in Mobile Phones & Communication Products (See Top 100 in Mobile Phones & Communication Products)
Dell Alienware LED 25 Inch Gaming Monitor - AW2518HF
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- 25" gaming monitor with 240Hz refresh rate and 1-ms response time.
- Featuring AMD FreeSync technology for effortlessly smooth gaming.
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Size: One Size | Color: Freesync (for AMD cards)
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Model Number : AW2518HFMonitor Type : LEDBrand : Dell
2 customer reviews
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What I like:
+ The size is perfect (having a monitor that is slightly larger than your typical 24inch display is always better)
+ colors are “good” but please keep in mind its not actually 8bit as advertised but it is 6bit+frc (but still good colors)
+ super smooth 240hz (obviously) once you use it’s hard to go back
+The stand is amazing, you can rotate, swivel or adjust the height and its very stable
What I dont like:
- there is a noticeable pixel overshooting on 240hz when setting the response time to fast and super-fast ( can be fixed by lowering the refresh rate, just set it to 200hz) but I consider that forgivable.
- not the best viewing angles ( It’s a TN panel and it’s advertised as a TN panel which depends on the buyer) which makes it Uncomfortable working on stuff other than games
Finally The colors can be calibrated to your needs, Color profiles can be found on reddit to make the colors similar to an IPS panel which can solve few problems.
I definitely recommend this monitor.
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I thought maybe the HDMI could not do 240hz but its 2.0b so it should. I had to right click on desktop and go to WINDOWS display settings (not nvidia) from there at the bottom choose "Display Adapter Properties" then click "List All Modes" You will see an extended list that is not https://www.amazon.com/gp/css/order-history/ref=nav_nav_orders_firstin the Nvidia control panel settings. From there you can select 1920x1080 32 bit 240 hz. You will know you are in 240hz by moving the mouse in a circle on the desktop quickly. You will see a circle of mouse pointers that are touching each other (like 80 of them). If its in 60hz and move the mouse fast in a circular motion you will see maybe 8 pointers and they will be separated by like an inch.
I almost took a star off due to the poor shipping. They put it in a box 2x the size of the internal box with no filler. So it was just bouncing around inside about 1 foot back and forth. It seems to be intact so I'm keeping it. But come on shippers.
And don't worry about getting Gsync over the Free Sync. If you have a good video card like a 1070 just play games with Vsync OFF and run the panel at 240hz. Screen tearing at 240 hz is nil and your games do not have to be running at 240 fps. Its looks great with the game running at 50fps 100 fps etc. Vsync and Gsync and free sync are sort of gimmicks, you don't really need them. People that play FPS that are fast like Quake, Unreal Tourney etc. You will have far less mouse lag, input lag etc if you run the game with Vsync OFF.
I took a star off due to its edge bleed on all 4 sides. About 1/2" of brighter bleed through on dark scenes in movies and games. My IPS monitors do not have any edge bleed. Not sure its on ALL of them or maybe mine got damaged in shipping.
- Great build quality. Its sleek bezels add significant flare to my setup, and even looks good from the back!
- Has a great color configuration out-of-the-box, especially for a 240hz monitor.
- It's not OLED, but this monitor has a seriously great looking TN panel.
- Has one of the best looking on-screen configuration menus I have seen.
- Excellent viewing angles.
- Has a surprisingly capable USB hub.
- The monitor is relatively heavy. Some lower-end VESA mounts may not be able to support it.
- The VESA mount is slightly recessed into the back of the monitor, making it difficult to attach to some mounts without damaging the monitor.
- The adhesive at the bottom of the monitor became visible in less than a week, making it look like there is a build-up of dust underneath the Alienware logo.
- Severe ghosting occurs when running at 240hz with a 1ms ("Super Fast") response time. To avoid this, I am required to run the monitor at 200hz, as I prefer higher response times over being able to see a few extra frames.