MSI Launches MAG 321UPX Gaming Monitor with 240Hz Refresh Rate

MSI Launches MAG 321UPX Gaming Monitor with 240Hz Refresh Rate

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MSI has unveiled today the MAG 321UPX gaming monitor featuring QD-OLED technology, a 240Hz refresh rate, and priced at $900.

MSI introduced the MSI MAG 321UPX gaming monitor at CES 2024, boasting a 32-inch size and QD-OLED technology that delivers deep black colors with unlimited contrast. The monitor also offers higher brightness.

The monitor supports a color gamut of DCI-P3 standards by 99%, with Delta E < 2 standards for higher color accuracy.

MSI Launches MAG 321UPX Gaming Monitor with 240Hz Refresh Rate

MSI also offers the monitor with DisplayHDR True Black 400 standards, supporting a brightness ratio of 1000 nits and vivid HDR technology.

For gamers, the company provides support for a quick response time of 0.03 milliseconds and a refresh rate of 240Hz for smooth gaming frame rates.

Additionally, the monitor features two HDMI 2.1 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4a port with 4K resolution support at 240Hz refresh rate, and several USB 3.2 Gen 1 and USB-C ports for device charging.

The MAG 321UPX gaming monitor comes with a warranty of up to 3 years, with an approximate price of $900.

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