Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 Monitor Review

The Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 is a huge OLED monitor with a unique feature, it can bend at up to 800R making it ideal for gaming. It costs a bomb, but the picture quality, the ultra fast response, its huge size and the bendable screen make it the dream monitor for every enthusiast out there. 

When Corsair enters a product category, it aims directly at the top, and this is precisely the case for its monitor division. The Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 is a 45-inch monitor with a maximum resolution 3440×1440. Given its size, this doesn’t look much, but its 240Hz refresh rate sets the limits. The panel of the Corsair model is the same as the LG 45GR95QE-B, with the significant difference being the bendable screen, which plays a massive role in this product’s increased price.

Since the 45WQHD240 is a gaming monitor, it supports variable refresh rates by both AMD and NVIDIA offerings: FreeSync Premium and G-SYNC. It also has HDMI 2.1 ports to exploit the high refresh rates at its native resolution. The OLED panel is what sets it apart from most competing offerings. Not many OLED monitors are available on the market, even though this panel technology is mature enough because the demand for static pictures is increased for PC use, which can be a problem for this type of panel. This is why every OLED monitor (and TV) includes several protection features to avoid permanent burn-in.

Technical Specifications:
  • Model name: 45WQHD240
  • Panel: LG Display WOLED – LW450CWQ-ARG1
  • Screen Size: 45″
  • Display Technology: OLED
  • Native Resolution: 3440×1440 (21:9)
  • Flicker Free: Almost (see the review for more details)
  • Refresh rate: 240Hz
  • G-Sync support: √
  • Freesync Premium support: √
  • Max Brightness: HDR with 1,000nit peak brightness
  • Contrast ratio: 1,500,000:1
  • Color support: 1.07B (10-bit RGB)
  • Color gamut: 100% (sRGB), 98.5% (DCI-P3)
  • Response time (G2G): 0.03ms
  • Weight: 15.25 Kg
  • Connectors: 2x HDMI 2.1, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x USB Type-C DP Alt-Mode
  • AC Adapter: 240W
  • Price: $1600
  • Warranty: 3 Years / Zero Dead Pixels
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One thought on “Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 Monitor Review

  1. From a technical standpoint (bendable) it’s an interesting offering.Thanks for the small review.

    I wouldn’t buy it though. I’m not buying any PC-monitors at all anymore.
    They are literally garbage when it comes to image quality, compared to what modern W-Oled or QD-Oled TVs offer.
    Especially the matte AG-coating lowers the image quality by a large margin.
    TVs superior multi-layered AR-coating increases image quality greatly.
    99.x % of PC monitors have that crap AG-coating or an inferior AR-coating (not nearly as good as those found on modern TVs), so no luck here.

    A Samsung S95C QD-Oled 55 inch, laps this monitor regarding image quality two times or so lol,
    and has a ton of hardware- and software features, including frame interpolation (as Nvidias dlss 3).
    Even runs at 4K-Uhd + 144 Hz 😉

    And 55 inch the immersion is awesome.
    And it doesn’t need to stand on a desktop table either, but behind it on a TV-pedestal.
    I guess most PC users haven’t understood it yet that they’ are NOT constrained by the size of their table, but can put things behind it 😉

    Na, monitors have a horrible price-performance ratio. This one for 1000 bucks, maybe, but not for 1700.
    Why are PC users buy overpriced 2000 bucks graphics cards, when their image quality still stays low, du to inferior PC-monitors?
    Makes little sense to me.

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