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MSI to introduce two premium gaming monitors at CES 2021

MSI will announce various products during CES 2021, but there are a couple of monitors that shine through the rest – the Oculux NGR253R and the MPG Artymis 343CQR. Aimed at gamers, both MSI monitors offer high refresh-rates, low response times, and Adaptive Sync.

Featuring a 24.5-inch Rapid IPS panel with a FullHD resolution, 360Hz refresh rate, and 1ms G2G response times, the MSI Oculux NXG253R offer wide viewing angles and vivid colours while also providing users with unparalleled performance, all in a single display.

The Oculux NGR253R is a G-Sync compatible monitor, offering tear and lag-free gaming sessions, and comes with a built-in Nvidia Reflex Latency Analyzer so that users can test how fast their monitors are by measuring the time it takes for the display to update after a button click. Additionally, the monitor comes with 2x HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4, an audio-out jack, and multiple USB ports for your devices.

The MSI MPG Artymis 343CQR features a 34-inch display with a 1000R curvature, UWQHD resolution (3440x1440p), 1ms response times, and a 165Hz refresh rate. The 1000R curvature creates an immersive visual experience and perfectly fits into the user’s field of view, reducing the strain even when looking at the edges of the display.

Some features of the MPG Artymis 343CQR include Adaptive Brightness 2.0, NightVision AI, Smart RGB, and AI Crosshair for a better gaming experience. Adaptive Brightness 2.0 automatically adjusts the brightness based on the ambient light in the room, while Night Vision also adjusts the brightness automatically but with the objective of brightening up darker scenes.

MSI’s presentation at CES 2021 is scheduled for January 13th, at 19:00PM GMT.

KitGuru says: Out of these two MSI monitors, would you choose the high refresh-rate Oculux NXG253R or the curved and ultrawide MPG Artymis 343CQR? 

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