In a few days, CES 2023, an international consumer electronics show, will start working in Las Vegas. According to The Verge, ASUS, Corsair and LG plan on using the latest OLED monitors to deliver a refresh rate of 240 Hz.
Source: LG Display.
In particular, Corsair will show the Xeneon Flex gaming monitor with an OLED screen of 45 inches with adjustable curvature and a price of $4999. That monitor can be switched between fully flat and curved up to 800R, making it ideal both for gaming and work. The screen resolution is 3440 1440 pixels, the refresh rate is up to 240 Hz and the response time is 0.03 ms. Support for NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium technologies is also implemented.
The monitor’s screen uses an OLED panel by LG Display, which plans to showcase its 45-inch ultra-wide OLED and 27-inch UltraGear OLED monitors at CES 2023, which are optimised for gaming and available for pre-order now for $1,699 and $999 respectively. Both monitors support 1440p resolution, have a refresh rate of 240Hz and a response time of 0.03ms (GtG). LG Display announced on Thursday that its OLED panels will be used on the high quality monitors from the same brand as Corsair and ASUS.
According to The Verge, ASUS will show the ROG Swift MYSM2 m5 LCD at the show. According to the previously published teaser, it has a resolution of 2560 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 240 Hz.
If he didn’t arrive at the show, Dough will again showcasing the previously unveiled Spectrum ES07E2D gaming monitor as a transparent display. This LCD panel can be coloured with a glossy finish.
This doesn’t make any sense. LG’s OLED display is a much less effective brightness level. Not all gamers should also like the lack of support for 4K resolution monitors.
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