Corsair's Xeneon Flex, designed together with LGD, is a bendable OLED gaming monitor, that offers a 45" 240Hz WQHD (3440x1440) WOLED panel, with a peak brightness of 1,000 nits and a 0.03 ms GtG response time. It can bend from a fully flat screen to a 800R bending radius curved display.
Other features include Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium support, anti-reflective coating and a 3-years burn-in and dead pixels warranty. Corsair did not yet reveal the price or availability of the new monitor.
This is the first commercial bendable OLED gaming monitor, that we knew LGD was working towards. LGD itself has demonstrated a bendable 48-inch gaming monitor last year.
In 2021 China-based TV maker Skyworth announced the Skyworth W82, which is the world's first bendable TV, also based on LGD's WOLED panels.