USB-C and HDMI 2.1 included
The Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 is a different class of USB-C display than the Monoprice 28″ CrystalPro 4K, with a 2560×1440 OLED display capable of clocking up to 240Hz, supporting both G-SYNC and Freesync. It usually retails for $1000 but it is currently $100 off on Amazon. At that price you’re sure to get a little joystick to control the OSD, and soon Corsair’s iCUE software will let you control that too. That OSD is quite comprehensive and includes Image Retention Refresh to rejuvenate your pixels and the ability to disable Orbit Refresh if for some reason you don’t like that feature, which extends the longevity of your screen.
The color gamut is quite impressive for those who need or simply prefer precision, brightness uniformity is certainly good and contrast is amazing, with dark areas offering perfect darkness. HDR fans will be a little disappointed, however the peak of 240 nits is to be expected for an OLED. If you’re buying an impressive OLED with enough power left on its USB-C connection to power a decent laptop Corsair Xeneon 27QHD240 review on Guru3D is worth a look.