Computex 2022 is presently underway, showcasing a bunch of the newest pc expertise, and the Taiwanese model MSI has quietly announced a brand new 34-inch QD-OLED ultrawide gaming panel monitor with a 175Hz refresh charge.
This makes it the second QD-OLED gaming monitor to be announced up to now — the first being the Alienware 34 QD-OLED.
Though the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED is now official, little or no is understood about the monitor by way of total specs. However, as a result of it is assumed to make use of the similar Samsung panel, it will probably have a 3440 x 1440 decision, 1800R curvature, and a 175Hz refresh charge.
Due to being an MEG monitor, it probably already has a variety of favorable options, equivalent to Sound Tune AI noise canceling, (keyboard, video, and mouse) KVM swap, sensible crosshair, and ambient gentle sensor.
The closest comparability, after all, can be to the Alienware 34 QD-OLED (AW3423DW) monitor, which was initially showcased at CES in January. Alienware branded the peripheral as the worlds first QD-OLED gaming monitor, and it was notably in style with shoppers, promoting out nearly instantly when it grew to become out there in March. The Alienware 34 sells for $1,400.
OLED shows have remained absent in the world of gaming displays, however these QD-OLED shows take what’s already nice about OLED and enhance issues like brightness and colour accuracy because of the quantum dot filter.
Outside of the Alienware 34, the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED is just the second monitor recognized to make use of QD-OLED expertise for its panel in 2022. We count on extra to be announced this 12 months, however we’ll need to see which manufacturers present up and the way they’re distinguished from each other.
MSI has not shared pricing or availability particulars for the MEG 342C QD-OLEDmonitor right now.
Digital Trends has reached out to MSI for extra data, and we’ll replace this submit once we be taught extra.