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To further advance the gaming monitor market, MSI launched two new models at Computex 2019, Optix MAG321CURV and Optix MPG341CQR UWQHD.

Optix MAG321CURV is an Ultra HD/4K gaming monitor that combines 60 Hz refresh rate, 300 cd / m2 brightness, 4 millisecond response time, AMD FreeSync support, and HDR support. The continuation of the 4K experience is the lower refresh rate, but the way MSI sells Optix MAG321CURV seems to be worth more details and overall quality.

31.5-inch display, 1500R curvature, resolution up to 3840x2160, 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle, blue light reduction, MSI anti-flicker technology. The monitor covers all connection standards of USB TypeC, USB 2.0, USB Type B, HDMI and DisplayPort, making it compatible with any device from desktop computers to consoles. To start, MSI claims that it is optimized for the console.

Another feature worth mentioning is MSI Night Vision. The display includes a black tuner to ensure that even in the darkest environment, the black can remain vivid and delicate without overexposing.

Optix MAG321CURV is also equipped with MSI's Gaming OSD 2.0, which is used to dynamically modify the display settings. The RGB light on the back of the display can be customized through MSI Mystic Light Sync and Gaming Echo.

For gamers who want the fastest refresh rate and fluency, MSI has prepared Optix MPG341CQR UWQHD, which is the manufacturer’s first ultra-wide four-screen monitor for gaming, with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and 400cd/m2 And supports AMD FreeSync. The

34-inch screen uses Vesa-certified 400VA DisplayHDR panel, 1800R curvature, IPS and TN panels, with a maximum resolution of 3440 x 1440, an aspect ratio of 21:9, and a viewing angle of 178 degrees.

A group of smart RGB LEDs install below the monitor and connect to GameSense for game matching effects. The smart RGB function is very useful, you can sync it with MSI Gaming OSD 2.0 and it will adjust according to the temperature and weather of any day. The

MPG341CQR has a built-in camera that can detect the user in front of the screen and load the corresponding configuration file, which can be a glimpse of the monitor technology of the future. The camera can also recognize environmental conditions and automatically adjust the brightness level.

Other additional features include a 360-degree camera mount on top of the MPG341CQR, a built-in elastic mouse cable to keep the gaming space organized, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB TypeC, USB 3.2 Gen1 Type B, USB 3.2 Gen1 Type A, headphone output and microphone connection. Like MAG321CURV, it also has night vision, mysterious light, anti-flicker, blue light reduction and other functions.

MSI promised to detail the pricing and availability of Optix MAG321CURV and Optix MPG341CQR UWQHD in the coming months.

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