Highest refresh rate (120Hz) for an OLED display on the market. Games look superb under the right lighting conditions. Unbelievably slim upper panel portion. While ambitious in scope and stellar-looking under the right lighting, the high-refresh-rate Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor demands too many compromises for its multi-kilobuck price. OLED TVs have been all the rage in the home theater world for years now, but until the release of the $3,999 Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor, no manufacturer besides Asus had released a desktop PC monitor that featured this exciting (and gorgeous) display tech. Perhaps that’s for good reason. Despite games and movies both looking spectacular on this screen, we had to adjust our room environs to compensate for its low maximum brightness levels. Marathon gamers may also run into problems with OLED panel burn-in, “ghosts” of static images or menus that need to be cleared by built-in utilities. Though the Alienware 55 OLED is ambitious in scope, and unique in its combination of slimness, screen size, and refresh rate, you can find better, if not quite as big, gaming monitors out there for much less money (and one superior 65-in...