CORSAIR’s First-Ever Gaming Monitor Is the Slim & Stunning QHD XENEON

Oct 1, 2021

Category: Tech

CORSAIR has long been known for making some of the best PC gaming hardware and peripherals in the business, so it seemed like only a matter of time before the brand would dip a toe in the realm of gaming monitors. That time has come, but CORSAIR’s first gaming monitor is no mere toe-dip — it’s more like a full-on cannonball.

The CORSAIR XENEON 32QHD165 Gaming Monitor is quite the looker, with an ultra-slim and sleek design. The monitor measures just 0.79” thick despite boasting a 32” 16:9 widescreen display that’s surrounded by a minuscule bezel and supported by a die-cast aluminum frame. Naturally, the XENEON has a lot more going for it than its svelte looks, as the monitor packs in some impressive tech. The Fast IPS display boasts full QHD resolution and has a smooth refresh rate of 165Hz and a response time of 1ms, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the action. Quantum Dot LED technology makes for vibrant and natural colors, with 100% sRGB, 100% Adobe RGB, and 98% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage. Hardware-wise, there’s a built-in multi-mount for your lighting, mic, or camera, a sliding and tilting panel for ergonomic adjustments, and clean cable management in the rear for a tidied-up gaming space.

With all of the looks and features of the CORSAIR XENEON 32QHD165 Gaming Monitor, you’re probably expecting it to cost a pretty penny. Well, you expected right. The monitor is priced at $800, and it’s available now from the CORSAIR website.

Purchase: $800

Photo: CORSAIR

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