OLED display technology enables the world's best displays - with superb image quality, low response times, low power consumption. OLEDs can enable thin, light and even flexible monitors. OLEDs however found it difficult to enter the monitor market due mostly to burn-in challenges and high production costs.

Some device makers however are introducing OLED monitors, mostly premium monitors for the health and broadcasting industries. It is hoped that in the future OLED monitors will also appear for the consumer market. For OLED monitor industry news coverage, click here.

Following is a list of OLED monitors on the market:



BenQ's MOBIUZ EX480UZ, the company's first OLED gaming monitor, offers a 48-inch 120Hz 4K WOLED panel, that offers a response time of 0.1 ms. The monitor features FreeSync Premium and BenQ‘s HDRi technology, as well as a KVM switch, scenario mapping with remote control, light tuner, and treVolo speakers.

BenQ MOBIUZ EX480UZ photo

The EX480UZ will ship by the end of October 2022, with a price tag of $2,000.

Read the full story Posted: Aug 30,2022

LG Ultragear 45GR95QE

The LG Ultragear 45GR95QE is a gaming monitor that is based on a 45-inch 240Hz 0.1 ms refresh rate (GTG) 3440x1440 (WQHD) curved (800R) WOLED panel. The monitor has two HDMI 2.1 ports and supports console VRR.

LG Ultragear 45GR95QE photo

LG did not yet provide pricing or availability of the 45" monitor.

Read the full story Posted: Aug 27,2022

Corsair Xeneon Flex

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.

Corsair Xeneon Flex photo

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.

Read the full story Posted: Aug 25,2022


The ASUS ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH is a portable monitor based on a 15.6" 1920x1080 AMOLED display. The portable monitor includes a mini-HDMI input and three USB-C ports. It also includes a proximity sensor to dim the display when not in use.

ASUS ZenScreen OLED MQ16AH photo

ASUS did not yet reveal the price and availability of the ZenScreen OLED monitor.

Read the full story Posted: May 24,2022

Philips 27E1N8900

The 27E1N8900 is Philips' first OLED monitor, and it is based on a 27-inch 60Hz 4K (3840x2160) OLED display (likely produced by JOLED). The monitor offers a response time of 0.1ms G2G, 250 nits of brightness and a 150% sRGB color gamut coverage.

Philips 27E1N8900 photo

The 27E1N8900 uses a USB-C connection for power, and offers a DisplayPort and two HDMI 2.0 inputs.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 29,2022

SmallHD OLED 27

SmallHD's OLED 27 is a professional reference monitor that uses a 27" 4K (3840 x 2160) 550-nits OLED display (likely produced by JOLED). It offers HDR ,10-bit processing, 110%DCI-P3 and 135% Rec. 709 color gamuts, Bolt 4k-compatiability and PageOS software tools.

SmallHD OLED 27 photo

The SmallHD OLED 27 will ship in June 2022, for $11,999.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 27,2022

Asus ROG Swift OLED

The Asus ROG Swift OLED gaming monitor feature either a 42-inch 4K WOLED display (PG42UQ) or a 48-inch one (PG48UQ). The monitors offer a 120Hz refresh rate, 0.1ms response time, 10-bit color, HDR10 support, four HDMI inputs (two 2.1 and two 2.0) and a displayPort input.

Asus ROG Swift OLED photo

The 42" PG42UQ will cost around $1700 while the 48" will cost $1800.

Read the full story Posted: Jan 05,2022