Corsair has recently presented the new Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED monitor, designed to revolutionize gaming on these panels
Corsairthe industry leader in the most advanced components for gamers, content creators and PC builders, today unveiled the latest model in its line of high-performance gaming monitors, the Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED. This screen combines the latest LG OLED display technology with the style and performance that have made the US brand famous, to offer levels of exceptional black, pixel OLED car illuminator and one Ultra-fast 240Hz refresh rateall in the popular format 2560 x 1440 by 27 inchesto best view any content on your PC.
Everything we know about the new Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED
This monitor boasts a futuristic 3rd generation OLED panel equipped with META technologyequipped with Micro Lens Array (MLA). This groundbreaking technology uses a focal lens to enhance the brightness of each pixel, optimizing it far beyond previous versions of OLED panels. Furthermore, the HDR10the ratio of 1,500,000:1 contrast ratiothe peak brightness up to 1,000 night and the gamut colore DCI-P3 al 98,5% ensure that the brightest highlights, the darkest details and the richest nuanced colors are reproduced beautifully.
The screen boasts incredibly fast response times, vastly surpassing those of previous generations of gaming monitors. The refresh rate up to 240Hz, i response times of 0.03ms and of pixel on/off times of 0.01 ms allow you to virtually eliminate all motion blur artifacts. All this ensures cutting-edge gaming performance, thanks also to the compatibility with NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium technologies.
Whether your setup includes just a PC or even a console, the Xeneon 27 OLED has all the connections you could ever need. Due porte HDMI 2.1a door DisplayPort 1.4 and an entrance door USB Type-C DP Alt-Mode allow you to connect up to 4 different devices at the same time.
The controls available at the front also include an innovative proximity sensorto give you easy access to the power ON/OFF button and the input source select button, and it also features a joystick controller for OSD display (On Screen Display) of on-screen controls.
As with the Flex 45 OLED, this monitor is also equipped with burn-in protection featureswhich prevent the formation of graphic artifacts even after prolonged use of overlays, UI or static elements of the operating system, and is equipped with full three-year Zero Burn In and Zero Dead Pixel warranty. This monitor will be on sale starting from May 2023 on the official website and at authorized dealers. As of today though its price is not yet known. What do you think of this new device? Let us know yours in the comments. In order not to miss future news regarding the hardware universe, continue to follow techgameworld.com!
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