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September 30, 2021.

Corsair monitors’ first flight


Xeneon 32QHD165. © Corsair.

Corsair Gaming is a manufacturer well known for its gaming PCs and countless accessories, but monitors were not a destination. This is now a thing of the past since Corsair launched a 32-inch model called Xeneon. This 16:9 IPS QHD (2560x1440) monitor offers an appreciable refresh rate of up to 165Hz. Other notable features include compatibility with AMD FreeSync Premium and Nvidia G-Sync for adaptive sync. It supports the Vesa DisplayHDR400, with a maximum brightness of 440 nits for HDR content. There are two HDMI 2.0 side ports, a DisplayPort and a USB-C. The monitor stand takes advantage of Corsair’s Rapid Route cable management system, which hides unsightly cables. The monitor comes with a 3-year “zero dead pixel” warranty. You can pre-order the Xeneon for 1,000 CAD (which we think is a bit high for a 1440p) with arrival in 3 weeks.

The Verge, Cameron Faulkner, “Corsair’s first gaming monitor is the pricey, 32-inch Xeneon.”



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