Monitors with panels QD-OLED because more manufacturers are preparing for next year, brands such as Dough, Asus and Alienware have already been discussed, and now the company MSI. Yesterday, it announced exactly six new monitors with Ruto technology, while they will also receive MSI OLED Care 2.0 technology for improved protection of the panel during prolonged use, reducing the risk of image burn-in. They manage all of this without active cooling thanks to the graphene treatment of the coolers for better heat conduction, so they can also do without passive cooling.
Large curved panels are represented by a pair MAG 341CQP and MPG 491CQP. In the first case, we find a 34″ panel with UWQHD resolution, in the second, a larger 49″ DQHD. Both will have the same 1800R curvature, 0.03ms GTG response, 144Hz max refresh rate, and also meet ClearMR 9000 and DisplayHDR True Black 400 specifications. MSI Gaming Intelligence (GI) features also use AI to improve gameplay and include features like Smart Crosshair, Night Vision AI, Optix Scope and more. Both monitors have four HDMI 2.1 ports supporting 48 Gbps, VRR and ALLM, and there is also a USB-C port. Their launch is scheduled to come on January 6, 2024 at CES 2024.
Second, we have a pair of 32″ monitors MPG 321URX and MAG 321UPX, which both have UHD 4K resolution, a high refresh rate of 240 Hz and a GTG response of 0.03 ms. Here we find support for MSI Gaming Intelligence, MSI Console Mode and a USB-C port with 90W PD. Another pair is MPG 271QRX and MAG 271QPXwhen it comes to 27″ monitors with WQHD 2K resolution, the frequency even reaches 360 Hz, and here we can expect a 0.03ms GTG response.