With the XENEON 32UHD144 and 32QHD240, Corsair expands its catalog with two great references for demanding gamers.

Slightly barbaric numbers that actually reveal part of its characteristics: the first offers a UHD resolution of 3820 x 2160 pixels at a frequency of 144 Hz and the second QHD of 2560 x 1440 pixels with a frequency limit at 240 Hz.

Two large screens to play on

The gaming monitor market is in turmoil. A few days after Sony launched its own range, Corsair launches two new products with ambition bonus.

Already available, the XENEON 32UHD144 and 32QHD240 are two large monitors (32″) dedicated to gaming that will probably sublimate your favorite games.

Corsair Xeneon
Corsair 32UHD144 and 32QHD240©Corsair

The two monitors are HDR600 certified, AMD FreeSync Premium and G-SYNC compatible, and promise 1ms ground latency for optimal responsiveness. The manufacturer also relies on a conversion of 100% of the sRGB spectrum and 98% of the DCI-P3 for flattering colors.

Finally, the connectivity of the two models is generous, to say the least:

  • 2x HDMI 2.1 (HDMI 2.0 for 32QHD240)
  • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
  • 1x USB-C
  • 2x USB A
  • 1x 3.5mm jack

A stand for Elgato accessories

The Corsair 32UHD144 and 32QHD240 could also find buyers among internet content creators looking to streamline their workspace. While the stand that comes with the new screens has a 1/4″ screw thread, which is particularly useful for attaching the Elgato Multimount flex arm to it – any accessory of the same size should be compatible.

Handy, especially for making a camera stick out from the center of the screen or attaching a ring light. Enough to make the most of the contributions from Nvidia Broadcast, which has just been integrated into the manufacturer’s software.

Corsair Xeneon
The foot has a thread suitable for Elgato accessories (but not only)©Corsair

The Corsair XENEON 32UHD144 and 32QHD240 retail for €1099 and €799 respectively. You can opt for these new monitors without a stand on the manufacturer’s official website, but this does not seem to affect the price. Keep in mind that a 32-inch QHD 165Hz model is also available for €699.

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