CORSAIR today announced the expansion (or perhaps renewal) of its family of monitors Xenoon, very high-end devices designed to satisfy the needs of the most demanding gamers. On this occasion, the manufacturer has added two new models to its catalogue, the 32QHD240 which, as its name suggests, has 32 inches, QHD resolution and 240 Hz refresh rate, and the superior model, the 32UHD144 32-inch, 4K UHD resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate. Let’s see what they offer us next.
Having a good monitor is not just something for gamers, but we must recognize that when we talk about devices specifically designed for it, the result is usually quite spectacular. And this is precisely what CORSAIR offers us with its two new monitors, also giving us two different options to choose from, each with its advantages and disadvantages, of course.
The new CORSAIR monitors, do they have it all?
Maintaining the futuristic design that characterized the first members of the Xeneon family (including the RapidRoute cable management systems), these new monitors designed for gamers and content creators incorporate, in both cases, a 32-inch IPS LED screen for visualization. “big time” On the one hand we have the 32UHD144 model that features an incredible ultra-flat UHD (3840 x 2160) screen that offers excellent color reproduction thanks to technology Quantum Dotcovering 100% of the sRGB and Adobe RGB color space.
In addition, this monitor carries the HDR 600 certification, offering great luminosity as well as good color reproduction, giving rise to more details in the darkest and brightest scenes. This monitor has HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4, USB-C, and even a built-in USB 3.1 hub to enhance PC connectivity. As we have already mentioned before, this monitor has a 144 Hz refresh rate, and is compatible with the technology NVIDIA G-SYNCin addition to carrying the certification AMD FreeSync Premium.
Now, if instead of a high resolution you prefer to have a faster and smoother game, the 32QHD240 model may be better for you. This monitor also has a 32-inch IPS flat screen, but its resolution is QHD (2560 x 1440) and its refresh rate is 240 Hz for better fluidity, which is also compatible with NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium. from AMD. By the way, the response time is only 1 ms.
This version of the monitor also has Quantum Dot technology and the wide range of brightness that HDR600 offers, and also has video inputs via USB-C, HDMI 2.0 (two) or DisplayPort 1.4.
Availability, price and guarantee
The new CORSAIR Xeneon 32UHD144 and 32QHD240 monitors are now available through the CORSAIR online store and the brand’s network of retailers and distributors worldwide, priced at €799.99 for the QHD model and €1,099 for the QHD model. €99 for the 4K UHD model, really quite high prices despite the fact that we are undoubtedly dealing with very high-end and high-quality devices.
Both monitors are backed by a direct 3-year manufacturer’s warranty, plus CORSAIR’s additional Zero Dead Pixel Guarantee.