Corsair’s Xeneon OLED flexes on them other gaming monitors

The Corsair Xeneon Flex OLED gaming monitor showing Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered running in photo mode.
When it’s flat, it’s impossible to tell that the Xeneon Flex is hiding a clever bending mechanism behind it. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

You’re either on team flat or team curved when it comes to how you prefer your gaming monitors to look. Corsair’s new $1,999 Xeneon Flex, a new 45-inch OLED option that’s shipping early next year, doesn’t make you pick sides. It can morph between the two modes — sadly, not by pressing a button — but by primitively squeezing the screen together with its two handles. It requires a surprising amount of force to pull it into a curve and to push it back into a flat panel, letting out faint clicks when each side has reached its destination.

After testing a non-final version of the Xeneon Flex for several days, my fear of breaking it has nearly subsided, but my fun with switching its modes hasn’t. Using HDR with its 240Hz refresh rate and 21:9…

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Author: Cameron Faulkner