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Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED 1440p 240Hz Gaming Monitor Now Available

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First announced late Q1, Corsair‘s latest gaming monitor – the Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED, is now available. This is the second OLED gaming monitor from the company; the first was the unique bendable/flexible Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 OLED. Unlike the Flex, the 27QHD240 OLED is not a bendable or curved gaming monitor. It is a standard plat OLED 1440p display but with a high refresh rate of 240Hz and an ultra-fast response time of just 0.03ms. It looks like the ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDM and LG’s OLED 27GR95QE have another competition. The Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED is now available on here, and you can check the official news release below for more details.

Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED Now Available – Experience Stunning 27in OLED Gaming

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced the launch and immediate availability of the new CORSAIR XENEON 27QHD240 OLED gaming monitor. Boasting a cutting edge 3rd generation OLED panel from LG Display, the XENEON 27 OLED brings the amazing image quality, black level and response time benefits of OLED to the popular 27in monitor size, combining stunning image quality and 240Hz refresh rate to display everything your PC has to offer at its best.

Developed as part of an ongoing close relationship between CORSAIR and LG Display, the XENEON 27 OLED uses LG Micro Lens Array (MLA) technology placing 5,117 micro lenses per pixel to boost brightness, improve viewing angle, and display stunningly bright colors. Up to 1,000 nits brightness and 98.5% DCI-P3 color gamut reveal an amazing level of detail in every image, from the brightest highlights to the gloomiest shadows, with HDR and a 1,500,000:1 contrast ratio.

OLED’s benefits to response time and refresh rate make the XENEON 27 OLED an ideal partner for high-speed gameplay, whether it’s racing, FPS, or action games. Up to a 240Hz refresh rate combines with an unbelievably low pixel on/off time of just 0.01ms, and 0.03ms pixel response time, meaning the image on screen reacts to inputs faster than you can perceive, with support for both NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync with ClearMR 13000 Certification ensuring gameplay remains tear-free and smooth.

The XENEON 27 OLED also features an array of burn-in protection techniques to maintain a clean image, even following extended overlay, UI or operating system use, backed by a comprehensive three-year Zero Dead Pixel and Zero Burn In warranty.

Able to display everything your PC can do at its best, the XENEON 27 OLED offers the amazing benefits and performance of OLED – now at 27in.

Pricing and Availability

The CORSAIR XENEON 27QHD240 OLED gaming monitor is now available. It comes with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $999. It is backed by a 3-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network. For the latest pricing and availability, kindly check out the links below:

Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED is available on here or Corsair webstore here. (#ad)

Xeneon 27QHD240 OLED Specifications

Native Resolution2560×1440 (16:9)
HDR CertificationNone
AC Adapter180W
Display TechnologyOLED
Flicker FreeYes
Display Inputs2x HDMI 2.1, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x Type-C DP Alt-Mode
Display SurfaceNon-Glare
Display Colors1.07B (10-bit RGB)
Static Contrast Ratio1,500,000:1
Peak Brightness450 nit peak brightness, 800 nit @10%APL, 1,000 nit@3% APL
Color Gamut98.5% (DCI-P3), 100% (sRGB)
Response TimeGtG 0.03ms
Adaptive SyncNVIDIA G-Sync Compatible;Yes
Screen Size27”
Refresh Rate240Hz
Max Resolution2560×1440 (16:9)
Warranty3 Years / Zero Dead Pixels
Adjustable Height100mm
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