Corsair's Flexible Gaming Monitor can be Bent into Shape During Play


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Jul 27, 2015

Corsair's newly launched Xeneon gaming monitor, which was actually developed in collaboration with LG Display, calls for a more hands-on approach. Which perhaps makes sense assuming most users will be seated immediately in front of it. From there, you can simply grab onto the vertical edges and bend it into shape, anywhere from a completely flat state to a more immersive and gaming-friendly curvature of 800R. This can apparently be carried out at anytime and in a matter of seconds, with a sophisticated burn-in prevention system that does its magic when the monitor is both on and off.

The 45-inch display packs a resolution of 3,440 x 1440 and 21:9 aspect ratio, while a 240-Hz refresh rate is claimed to prevent motion blur. The display will work with both NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium adaptive sync standards, and it features LG Display's low blue light technology designed to alleviate eye strain.
There's no word yet on pricing or availability for the Xeneon Flex OLED gaming monitor, though Corsair demonstrated the display at Gamescon 2022 in Germany this week.

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