Corsair Xeneon 34WQHD240-C Announced with a 34” Ultrawide 240Hz QD-OLED Panel

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Corsair have unveiled this week at Computex their upcoming Xeneon 34WQHD240-C gaming monitor. It’s a 34” ultrawide monitor built around a QD-OLED panel from Samsung Display, with a (fixed) 1800R curvature, 3440 x 1440 resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate. It’s using one of their newer generation of panels, like the MSI MPG 341CQPX and Gigabyte AORUS MO34WQC2 which offers an increased refresh rate compared with the original 175Hz QD-OLED panel of this size, originally launched in 2022.

Corsair Xeneon 34WQHD240-C Specs

The screen is 34” in size with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 1800R curvature. The panel offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution, 0.03ms G2G response time, 1.5 million:1 contrast ratio, and a wide colour gamut covering 99% DCI-P3. The 240Hz refresh rate of the panel is supported by adaptive-sync for VRR from compatible systems, with the screen being certified under the AMD ‘FreeSync Premium’ and NVIDIA ‘G-Sync Compatible’ schemes.

For HDR the screen is listed with a 1000 nits peak brightness (3% APL) and meets the VESA ‘DisplayHDR 400 True Black’ tier.

Coating, pixel structure and warranty

The screen uses the standard semi-glossy panel coating from QD-OLED panels offering a clean and clear image. We should note that the screen does not feature the updated pixel structure from gen 2 and 3 QD-OLED panels unfortunately, as confirmed in our recent testing of MSI’s equivalent model, which uses the same panel.

For peace of mind, the monitor comes with a three-year zero burn-in and zero dead pixel warranty from Corsair. They say in their press release that OLED care features including pixel refresh and their ‘Orbit’ pixel shifter functions.

Connectivity and other features

For consoles, Corsair confirm the inclusion of ‘Virtual 4K’ support which is useful. For connectivity there are 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 2x HDMI 2.1 and 1x USB type-C (with DP Alt mode, data and 65W power delivery) provided. Picture in Picture (PiP) and Picture by Picture (PbP) modes are supported as well.

There are also 4x USB data ports and a built-in KVM switch. Corsair also confirm that the screen has a fanless design and the stand has tilt, height and swivel adjustments.

Availability and Pricing

We are still waiting on confirmation of this from Corsair as it’s currently just listed as “coming soon”, but given the MSI and Gigabyte models are being released soon, we expect this model to be available pretty soon too. More info when we get it.

Source: Corsair

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