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Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 Bendable OLED Review: Curved or Flat, Your Choice

when Organic EL panel Bendability was one of the promised features when it first arrived. In theory, you can bend and roll your TV or monitor. At his CES 2020, LG demoed a revolving TV that rises out of the cabinet. Now in 65 inch size he is available for a whopping $100,000. Of course, foldable smartphones are also on sale.

However, Corsair was the first company to introduce bendable computer monitors. Eliminates the problem of choosing between flat and curved panels. With the Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 you can do both. At 45 inches wide and with a 21:9 aspect ratio, it’s the largest ultra-wide angle we’ve seen so far. best gaming monitorThe bend is up to 800R which is a very small radius. It also has serious gaming reliability with 240 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and wide color gamut. Let’s see.

Specifications of Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240

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Panel type/backlight Organic EL
Screen size/aspect ratio 45″/21:9
Curve radius: Flat to 800R
Maximum resolution and refresh rate 3440×1440@240Hz
G-Sync & FreeSync Certified
Native color depth and color gamut 10bit/DCI-P3
Response time (GTG) 0.3ms
Brightness (mfr) 450 nit SDR
1,000 nits of HDR
Contrast (mfr) 1,500,000:1
speaker none
video input 1x DisplayPort 1.4
2x HDMI 2.1, 1x USB-C
audio 3.5mm headphone output
USB3.1 1x up (type C), 4x down
power consumption 61.5w, brightness @ max
Panel dimensions (flat) 41.7 x 22.5 x 12.4 inches
Width x Height x Depth with Base (1059×572×315mm)
panel thickness 0.2 inch (6mm)
bezel width 0.4 inch (10mm)
weight 13.9 lbs (6.3kg)
guarantee 3 years zero dead pixels
3 years zero burn-in

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