Corsair introduces new gaming monitors

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UHD and QHD 240Hz screen

Two new Xeneon screens expand Corsair’s gaming portfolio. The 4K monitor 32UHD144 and the responsive 32QHD240 with 240 hertz.


The Corsair Xeneon 32UHD144 on a desk
For graphics fans, the 32UHD144 offers crisp 4K resolution.
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Corsair’s monitor lineup is growing with two new models that are classified in the upper market segment. With the 32UHD144 and the 32 QHD240, the Xeneon sub-brand displays are presented, each of which is intended to appeal to a fixed group of players.

Both monitors have a screen diagonal of 32 inches, are compatible with Nvidia G-Sync and are certified according to AMD FreeSync Premium. With a 4K resolution (UHD, 3840 x 2160 pixels) and 144 Hertz refresh rate, the Xeneon 32UHD144 but above all to people for whom the graphic splendor is particularly important when playing.

The monitor’s IPS LED display offers Quantum Dot technology, HDR600 certification and covers 100 percent of both the sRGB and Adobe RGB color spaces, as well as 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. The Xeneon monitor is equipped with two HDMI 2.1 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4 connection, USB Type-C and a USB 3.1 hub.

If you want to get the best performance in competitive multiplayer titles with a particularly high refresh rate, you should look at the Xeneon 32QHD240 be in even better hands. The screen “only” has a 2K resolution (QHD, 2560×1440 pixels). But it can convince with a 240 Hertz refresh rate and a response time of 1 ms.

The second Xeneon screen also comes with Quantum Dot technology and HDR600 certification and offers the same color space coverage as its more expensive sibling model. In terms of connectivity, it offers two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4 and one USB Type-C.

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Both monitors are available now and can be purchased from Corsair’s website as well as from various retailers. Corsair specifies an RRP of around 1,100 euros for the Xeneon 32UHD144 (4K monitor with 144 Hz) and around 800 euros for the Xeneon 32QHD240 (2K monitor with 240 Hz).

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