Corsair Xeneon Flex gaming monitor: Price, pre-order date & specs

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The Corsair Xeneon Flex gaming monitor will be priced at $1999, with pre-orders of the 45-inch bendable panel starting December 15.

Corsair unveiled the Xeneon Flex gaming monitor at Gamescom 2022, and it appears that the monitor is primed for release very soon. The bendable panel will be available in limited quantities and is shaping up to be one of the most exciting gaming monitors we’ve seen in a while.

Corsair Xeneon Flex price

The Corsair Xeneon Flex will cost $1999. This is lower than we originally anticipated. The monitor will be a QHD 240Hz panel, making it also well-equipped for usage in a multitude of gaming scenarios. There are some fantastic gaming monitors coming out at around this price point, so your money may go further elsewhere. We used a 1440p, 360Hz gaming monitor for our fastest esports gaming PC build. A panel like that will be much more suited for traditional gaming users, while the Xeneon Flex remains to be a bit of a curio for early adopters.

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Corsair Xeneon Flex pre-order date

The Corsair Xeneon Flex will be available to pre-order from December 15, 2022. The company has been sure to note that the panel will be limited in quantity. However, we’ve not had any word on which retailers will be stocking the panel yet. However, a good bet would be to keep an eye on Corsair’s official site for this limited release.

Corsair Xeneon Flex specifications

Screen size45-inches
Panel technologyLG W-OLED
Screen resolution1440p
Maximum curvature800R
Refresh rate240Hz
Response time0.03 ms
Pixel on-off time0.001 ms
Peak brightness1000 nits
Contrast ratio1350000:1
FeaturesG-Sync, Freesync, HDR

The panel boasts some impressive specifications, though we’re still a little light on some of the details ahead of launch. Regardless, you should still be getting an incredibly capable gaming monitor. The monitor will be bendable from handles on the left and right of the screen, where you can pull it into a V-shape, allowing for an 800R bend.

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