Corsair unveiled the Corsair Xeneon Flex at Gamescom in Cologne this week. The flagship bendable gaming monitor boasts advanced W-OLED technology, providing exceptional image quality, black levels, and response times. Corsair says that users can manually adjust this monitor’s curvature from flat to an immersive 800R curve for shooter games and simulations. The company explains that the combination of this monitor’s cutting-edge gaming panel and its performance is a game changer. Corsair’s senior director of systems product management and marketing says the company challenged itself to create a customizable experience, resulting in a new class of gaming monitors.
The Corsair Xeneon Flex features a 45in 21:9 aspect ratio panel for 3,440×1440 resolution. Corsair says the combination of screen size and aspect ratio gives gamers 20% more screen area than a 49in 32:9 ultrawide. Additionally, the company finished the monitor with an anti-reflective coating that reduces glare and reflections for an immersive gaming experience. The Corsair Xeneon Flex’s self-lit OLED pixels provide peak brightness up to 1000nit, and a 1,350,000:1 contrast ratio ensures accurate true-to-life rendering. All that and a rapid 0.03ms GtG response time and 240Hz refresh rate help eliminate motion blur. There’s also a burn-in prevention system to ensure flawless imaging even after extended use of UI or OS. Sign up online at Corsair to get updates on the arrival of the Corsair Xeneon Flex.
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