There’s very little information available about the forthcoming AW2521HF so far, but we can glean a few useful specs and features. We know that like the 27? model, the resolution will be 1080p, although that is a more popular and practical option on the smaller 24.5? screen size for many people. Adaptive-sync is supported for variable refresh rates of between 48 – 240Hz, meaning the screen can support both AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-sync systems. It remains to be seen whether it will be officially certified under the ‘G-sync Compatible’ program or not. LFC is supported for low frame rates. We also know that there will be DisplayPort and HDMI connections provided both supporting the above VRR range.The Alienware AW2720HF is pictured below, the new AW2521HF likely shares the design.
Pricing and availability is unknown.
Source: TFT Central