Alienware’s AW3423DW is the first PC monitor to use a QD-OLED panel. The screen claims 99.3 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. Samsung Display announced a new type of OLED panel last month. The new tech uses a blue OLED material that goes through a layer of quantum dots. We’re still waiting to learn how much QDOLED TVs will cost, but the first PC monitor with the tech will be $1,300 this spring. The monitor is also certified for VESA Display HDR 400 True Black, which requires a black level of 0.0005 nits, max. The AW3821DW has a higher resolution, 3840×1600, with a lower 144 Hz refresh rate . . .