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MSI expands QD-OLED monitor range with new 27-inch and 34-inch 240Hz displays

MSI has announced the expansion of its monitor lineup with more OLED displays. The latest additions are the MPG 341CQPX QD-OLED gaming monitor and a revised version of the MAG 271QPX QD-OLED (E2).

Starting with the MPG 341CQPX QD-OLED, it features a 34-inch curved (1800R) ultrawide screen with 3440×1440 (UWQHD) resolution, a refresh rate of up to 240Hz, and response times of 0.03ms. The 10-bit QD-OLED panel's SDR brightness stays at 250 nits, but in HDR mode, it goes up to 1000 nits. The display also features Adaptive-Sync technology and is VESA ClearMR 13000 and DisplayHDR True Black 400-certified. Connectivity-wise, the monitors have 2x HDMI 2.1 ports, a Display Port 1.4a, a 3.5mm audio jack, 2x USB-A, a USB-C (with 98W power delivery and DP alt. mode), and a KVM switch. The stand is quite ergonomic, offering swivel, tilt and height adjustments.

The MAG 271QPX QD-OLED E2 packs pretty much the same specs as the 341CQPX but with a smaller 1440p 27-inch panel. Still, the 240Hz refresh rate, 0.03ms response time, 10-bit colour depth, HDR and SDR brightness, and VESA certifications are the same. Connectivity options are also the same, except USB-C is limited to 15W power delivery. On the other hand, the stand of the 27-inch monitor is an improvement, as it allows users to pivot the monitor.

Both monitors come with MSI console mode support and MSI OLED Care 2.0, which incorporates a fanless design to enhance the longevity of the OLED screen. MSI OLED Care 2.0 now includes enhanced screen protection with Pixel Shift, Panel Protect, and Static Screen Detection, as well as new features like Multi-Logo Detection, Taskbar Detection, and Boundary Detection to prevent OLED burn-in.

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