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There are six QD-OLED gaming monitors simmering in MSI’s charming kitchen

There are six QD-OLED gaming monitors simmering in MSI’s charming kitchen

The panel spans two series, extending from 27 to 49 inches, and there will be 4K, and in addition to 144 and 240, 360 Hz will also appear on the screen.

On Twitter/X Frigid User operating under the name In her entry It was reported that MSI will launch at least six such in the coming months Targeted at gamers A display that uses a QD-OLED panel is about to be launched.

If we may believe the gentleman, the first model is the MAG 341CQP QD-OLED with a 34-inch aspect ratio and a 21:9 aspect ratio, and its 1800R curved panel operates with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 175 Hz, and a 175 Hz display. Also 15 USB Type-C port supports wattage charging. The design can be considered a more cost-effective alternative to the MEG 342C QD-OLED, which costs around HUF 600,000.

(source: ch1lledog@Twitter/X) [+]

The remaining five models are likely to be announced at CES 2024 next January, but the actual release dates are likely to be in the second quarter. The 49-inch MPG 491CQP QD-OLED monitor, also curved, comes close to 1800R (ultra-wide) with a resolution of 5120 x 1440 pixels and a refresh rate of 144 Hz, and like the rest of our news, the I/O island does not lack a USB Type-C socket, which this time can transmit 90 watts of cocoa.

MSI Mag 341CQP
Mag 321UPX
Mag 271QPX
The image is diagonal 34 inches 49 inches 31.5 inches 27 inches
Balanced dimensions 21:9 32:9 16:9
Plate type 1800R curved airplane
Accuracy 3440×1440 5120 x 1440 3840×2160 2560×1440
Image refresh rate 175 Hz 144 Hz 240 Hz 360 Hz
USB Type C 15 watts 90 watts 15 watts 90 watts 15 watts
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The next pair are the confusingly similar MPG 321UPX QD-OLED and MAG 321UPX QD-OLED. They are 31.5-inch flat panel displays with 4K resolution that extend up to 240Hz, and while the USB Type-C socket of the former is 90W, the latter is 15W.

The same misleading nomenclature is used by the MPG 271QPX QD-OLED and MAG 271QPX QD-OLED, which close the line and have a flat design again. The 27-inch duo voted for 1440p, and the refresh rate reaches the heights of 360Hz. The power transmission parameters of the USB Type C ports mounted on the back cover of the peripherals are the same as the displays described in one paragraph above; The newcomer to the MPG series can pump out 90 watts, and its MAG cousin 15 watts.

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