Has science gone too far? Corsair simply revealed the Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240, a bendable gaming monitor. Customers can tug the perimeters of this ultrawide show to modify between flat-screen and curved modes. You possibly can even modify curvature as much as 80R, or bend only one facet of the show for a extra chaotic vibe.

This ludicrous monitor makes use of a versatile W-OLED panel from LG Show. If the idea sounds acquainted, that’s as a result of LG has spent the final decade displaying off bendable TVs and rollable TVs at CES. It appears that evidently Corsair is simply the primary firm to make use of this tech in an actual product—assuming that the Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 ever hits retailer cabinets, in fact.

Spec-wise, Corsair went all out with its bendable monitor. The 45-inch Xeneon Flex packs a 240Hz refresh fee, a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, and help for each G-Sync and FreeSync Premium. The one kicker is the 1440p decision, which is a small trade-off for a bendable display.

Two handles that tuck into the facet of the show enable you bend it into completely different shapes. And notably,  the Xeneon Flex has some wonderful I/O. Connectors on the again of the monitor allow you to plug in USB-C, HDMI, or DisplayPort cables, and a pair of USB-A ports accompany a headphone jack up entrance. (Corsair hasn’t specified the total port choice, so we’re going by footage and movies).

We don’t know the way a lot the Xeneon Flex will value or when it can launch (once more, assuming that it ever launches). However Corsair plans to disclose extra particulars in late 2022 or early 2023.

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Supply: Corsair