Corsair Xeneon Flex OLED Gaming Monitor that you can flat and curve depending on your preference

With its recently unveiled display technology in particular, Corsair is providing the globe a new method to focus on its gaming experiences and demands. With a screen that can bend to become curved to suit one's tastes, Corsair's Xeneon Flex concentrates on providing a distinctive experience for everyone.


The well-known firm from Fremont, California, which manufactures gaming equipment for the entire world, is now introducing a new display technology for everyone. According to a press release from Corsair, the business debuted the Xeneon Flex foldable OLED gaming monitor to address the various display requirements of gamers.

As it offers a 45-inch screen that LG created for the firm, with the design and concept originating from Corsair, it is one of the biggest gaming monitors currently available. It has a 45-inch display with a 3,440x1440 resolution (21:9) and one of the top display specs in the business thanks to LG's OLED technology.

The self-lit OLED pixels of Xeneon Flex's newest display technology, LG W-OLED, give peak brightness up to 1000 nits, and the 1,350,000:1 contrast ratio ensures that visuals are as realistic and true to life as possible. Motion blur is almost eliminated thanks to the fast 0.01ms pixel on/off time, 0.03ms GtG response time, and up to 240Hz refresh rate, which together produce a no-compromise gaming experience that is completely compliant with both AMD FreeSync Premium and NVIDIA G-SYNC adaptive sync standards. A unique burn-in prevention system included into the Xeneon Flex OLED ensures a faultless image even after prolonged usage of the UI or OS and helps safeguard the display. This technology is supported by a three-year Zero Burn in and Zero Dead Pixel Warranty.


In addition to the previously mentioned specifications, the panel has a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, a contrast ratio of 1.35M:1, and compatibility for both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium, allowing you to experience flexible refresh rates regardless of the GPU your gaming PC uses. Regarding connectivity, the stand has a ton of connections on the front and back, including HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Type C and Type A ports, and a headphone jack.

For the Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240, neither a price nor a release date have been disclosed. However, the group has stated that it will make such announcements later this year.