The huge image: Corsair’s newest gaming screens include high-end specs and costs to match. You can select between a mannequin with the next pixel density and one other that bumps the refresh fee as much as 240Hz. There’s additionally the choice of shopping for them with out a bundled stand and save as much as $100 in the event you plan to make use of a monitor arm as a substitute.
Corsair has launched two new gaming screens, the Xeneon 32UHD144 and Xeneon 32QHD240. Both characteristic 32-inch Quantum Dot IPS panels with one hundred pc sRGB, one hundred pc Adobe RGB, and 98 p.c DCI-P3 colour gamut protection. They additionally help AMD FreeSync Premium (with Nvidia G-Sync compatibility) and include a VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, that means they’ll ship a peak brightness of not less than 600 nits whereas displaying HDR content material.
As their names recommend, the 32UHD144 has a decision of three,840 x 2,160 with a refresh fee of 144Hz, whereas the 32QHD240 lowers the native decision to 2,560 x 1,440 however ups the utmost refresh fee to 240Hz. The UHD model has two USB-C, twin HDMI 2.1 ports, DisplayPort 1.4, two USB Type-A ports, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The QHD mannequin downgrades the HDMI ports to the two.0 customary however options equivalent connectivity in any other case.
Corsair bundles the screens with an non-obligatory stand, which options tilt and peak changes and a neat cable channel on the again to make cable administration simpler. There’s additionally the choice of utilizing your individual monitor arm through the 100mm x 100mm VESA mount.
Both fashions come backed by a three-year guarantee and a zero lifeless pixel assure, which implies Corsair will trade your monitor through the guarantee interval if it has a number of brilliant pixels or six or extra darkish subpixels.
Corsair’s Xeneon 32UHD144 begins at $899, whereas the variant with the stand included retails for $999. The 32QHD240 prices $649 with out a stand and $699 with it.