In order to debut the XENEON FLEX 45WQHD240 OLED, a gaming display that users can manually change the monitor’s curvature, Corsair announced a partnership with LG. LG appears determined to increase the use of adjustable-curvature displays as new display technologies develop.
The world’s first TV with a flexible 42-inch OLED panel, the LG OLED Flex (model LX3), was just released, according to LG.
LG says the new TVs are ideal for immersive gaming, whether it’s a console or PC or cloud gaming while allowing users to enjoy live TV and streaming services well.
The LG OLED Flex has a response time of 0.1 milliseconds, supports Dolby Vision, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), is AMD FreeSync Premium certified, and is compatible with NVIDIA G-SYNC for tear-free viewing. It also has a 4K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, LG Super Anti-Reflection (SAR) coating to reduce visual interference, LG’s 9 Gen 5 processor to provide special algorithms and realistic images, It features an integrated microphone, a 40W speaker, and echo cancellation.
Using the dedicated buttons on the remote, the user can select the desired radian from 20 curvature levels, each with a 5% change, ranging from flat to 900R curvature. In addition, the stand of the LG OLED Flex can be tilted 10 degrees forward or 5 degrees backward, and can also be adjusted in height, with 140mm of upward or downward adjustment space to meet the ergonomic comfort of the user when sitting up or lying back. The LG OLED Flex also features a switching hub for easy connection of headphones, mouse, and keyboard via the USB port. LG has not yet disclosed the price of the LG OLED Flex and the specific time to market.