Details regarding MSI's upcoming range of monitors have emerged from a source reportedly connected to the company. The disclosed data covers specifications and probable prices for these future devices, emphasizing the anticipated QD-OLED monitors.
Based on the information, MSI plans to introduce six monitor models. The initial launch is set for November, with the subsequent five models expected to be announced during MSI's CES 2024 presentation in January reports videocardz. The monitors will span multiple resolutions: Dual-QHD (DQHD/5120×1440), Ultra-Wide QHD (3440×1440), UHD (3840×2160), and QHD (2560×1440), all integrating QD-OLED technology. The MAG and MPG product lines will incorporate these screens, offering refresh rates from 144Hz up to 360Hz.
The monitor models comprise:
- MPG 491CQP QD-OLED with DQHD/144 resolution
- MAG 341CQP QD-OLED with UWQHD/175 resolution
- MPG 321UPX QD-OLED and MAG 321UPX QD-OLED both with UHD/240 resolution
- MPG 271QPX QD-OLED and MAG 271QPX QD-OLED both featuring QHD/360 resolution
Among these, the MAG 341CQP QD-OLED is expected to have an Ultra-Wide QHD resolution, a 1800R curvature, and a 175Hz refresh rate. While it's deemed a budget-conscious counterpart to the existing MEG 342C, priced at $999, the MAG series may not possess all features available in the premium MEG series. However, the core panel technology should be consistent across the two.
The subsequent models will offer flat screens with 4K 240Hz or WQHD 360Hz panels. They'll be available under both the MPG and MAG brands and support either Type-C 90W or 15W. While an official announcement is projected for January, the products' availability might be delayed to later in the year, possibly in the second quarter.