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MSI has decided to follow in the footsteps of Dell and Alienware’s AW3423DW with its own 34-inch curved QD-OLED gaming monitor called the MEG 342C QD-OLED. Quietly unveiled on the COMPUTEX CYBERWORLD site, the new premium display features a 1800R curved Quantum Dot OLED panel from Samsung that promises greater levels of brightness and colors than standard OLED, comprehensive color coverage (99.3% DCI-P3, 97.8% Adobe RGB, and 139.1% sRGB), a fast 0.1 ms response time, and refresh rates of up to 175 Hz. Pricing and launch details for the MEG 342C QD-OLED haven’t been shared by MSI yet, but for reference, Alienware’s AW3423DW is listed for $1,299 on Dell’s official site. It will also be competing against Samsung’s own 34-inch monitor with QD-OLED technology, the Odyssey G8QNB.

Perfect for Gaming and content creation, the MEG 34C QD-OLED is the best 21:9 curved gaming monitor. When Quantum Dot technology meets OLED technology, the perfect color 99.3% DCI-P3, 97.8% Adobe RGB, and 139.1% sRGB are yours. The best way to explore realistic and vivid gaming scenes is with this masterpiece of a gaming monitor. Its insane fast 0.1ms response time and lighting fast 175 Hz refresh rate ensures gamers can reach victory by getting a head start in the competition.

Its pre-calibrated settings give you the most precise color and meet the industry standard. With a 1800R curved QD-OLED panel and MSI unique ID design, MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED not only gives you the best specifications but also meets the aesthetics liked by users. The front RGB lighting can be customized through MSI Mystic light to show different styles. MSI’s exclusive Gaming Intelligence – AI meets gaming. Monitor’s built-in smart processor supports many smart features (Sound Tune, Optix Scope, Smart Crosshair) and supports smartphone remote control.


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  1. I mean... Unless the MEG is hundreds less than Dell, etc., why pick this over the Alienware and its excellent warranty? 🤔
    I agree, but this may have more availability. The Dell was months out for delivery on their site last time I checked.
  2. Yeah, I do like MSI products but I've never liked their current branding tier names. I believe that, for most companies, it's their marketing departments that rally behind them since it's their job to do so and the rest of us are just stuck with them.
  3. Any word or info when these will be available? HDMI 2.1 would be a plus also if it comes with it, not limited by the GSync module like the Alienware.
  4. Any word or info when these will be available? HDMI 2.1 would be a plus also if it comes with it, not limited by the GSync module like the Alienware.
    Not really sure but my guess could be by the end of July or the beginning of August. It seems like there are a number of things (can't remember off the top of my head atm) that should launch then.

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