With the release of its very first gaming monitor, Corsair has officially set foot in the monitor world. The company’s Xeneon 32QHD165 is now up for grabs after the 32-inch gaming monitor was officially announced a couple of weeks back.
The Xeneon 32QHD165 has been exclusively designed for gamers and creators and comes with a price tag of $799.99 MSRP. It can currently be ordered only from Corsair directly and is being sold at its full list price.
As for now, $799.99 for an ultra-slim 32-inch monitor that comes with an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel, and 2650×1440 (QHD) resolution as well as a fast 165MHz refresh rate along with a quick response time of 3ms (gray-to-gray (GtG)) or 1ms (if using MPRT), is not a bad deal either.
In addition, the monitor offers a FreeSync Premium display supported by a variable refresh rate (VRR). This feature is sure to provide a smooth gaming experience that syncs well with your graphics card. The good news for NVIDIA GeForce card owners, the Xeneon 32QHD165 is also G-Sync Compatible.
Quantum dot technology provides richly colored visuals. The debutant offers a wide palette of colors by multiple standards. A full coverage of both the Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces, and 98 percent of that of DCI-P3 can be observed.
It also supports HDR content as it has a rated 440 nits brightness for viewing HDR content (and up to 400 nits for SDR), though not the best choice for those whose prime requirement is HDR.
The monitor comes with a die-cast aluminum stand and a built-in mounting point. Other features include iCUE lighting compatibility, and multiple input options that include two HDMI 2.0 ports, Type-C DisplayPort (Alt Mode), and a DisplayPort 1.4 port.