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34-inch 175Hz OLED monitor

M: YES announced that it is its new top-of-the-range gaming monitor, the MEG 342C QD-OLED. As its own name reveals, the company has chosen to use a OLED panel next to technology Quantum Dot. The result of this combination promises to offer the best image quality with perfect control of Esports Extras illumination for some real blacksindicates the company.

“MSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of true gaming hardware, prides itself on expanding hardware possibilities for all gamers. Since the first leak of the MEG 342C QD-OLED in 2022, MSI has continued to refine every aspect of it. to enhance the gaming experience. Now, we are proud to announce that our MEG 342C QD-OLED is finally ready.”

This is what the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED looks like, the company’s new top-of-the-range monitor


Let’s go to what interests us, and it is to know the specifications officially. Now is when we know that the panel QD-OLED arrives in a curved desEsports Extras1800R. This will allow more use of 34.18 inches that offers. This panel reaches a UWQHD resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels (21:9) reaching a refresh rate of up to 175hz. Like the rest of the OLED panels of the same class, we are talking about the fact that all this is linked to a response time of 0.1 milliseconds (0.1msGtG).

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We continue with a typical contrast of 1,000,000:1, a maximum luminosity of 1,000 nits in HDR mode, and the certificate VESA Display HDR True Black 400. This implies that the black Esports Extras will have a maximum luminosity of 0.0005 nits along with a maximum brightness of 400 nits without HDR mode. All this provides up to 50 times greater dynamic range compared to Certified DisplayHDR 1000.

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To finish with the panel information, it is capable of covering the Rec.2020, DCI-P3, Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces at 80.7%; 99.3%; 97.8%; and 139.1% respectively.


“Color performance is further enhanced by quantum dot technology, unlike other OLED monitors. This one offers more vivid colors in the default Premium color mode. In professional mode with a DELTA E value less than 2, the Screen color is stunning and accurate for a better gaming experience, watching videos, and more.”

Rest of the specifications of this OLED monitor

Back of the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED

The rest of the specifications MSI MEG342C QD-OLED They go through being able to adjust in height and tilt. It includes a PIP/PBP mode to run two external video sources simultaneously, and for this it makes use of a DisplayPort 1.4 along with 2x HDMI 2.1. Additionally we have one USB-C port that supports 65W fast charging or offers a fourth UWQHD video input up to 175 Hz. We continue with nothing less than 4x USB 3.2 Gen 1 portsand headphone and microphone jack.

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Thanks to so many USB ports, the monitor offers KVK technology. This allows you to connect a mouse and keyboard to the monitor, and from there you can manage several computers with the same pack of peripherals just by touching a button on the monitor to switch between one system and another.


We end with the baptized as SpectrumBar. We stumbled upon a software-controlled RGB LED lighting bar. Additionally, it includes a new function called Glow Sync. In short, such as Philips Ambilight technology, which allows sync lightbar with content that shows on the screen. We know that it will go on sale in March, although its price was not announced.

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