MSI Reveals the MEG 342C QD-OLED Display at Computex 2022

See the full post here ➡️

Rate this post

Rather unexpectedly, MSI has become the third company to reveal a QD-OLED based display, after Alienware and Samsung. The MEG 342C QD-OLED as the monitor is called, uses—just like the Alienware—a curved 34-inch QD-OLED panel. However, MSI has gone for FreeSync Premium Pro over G-Sync Ultimate, which should hopefully result in a lower retail price. The resolution is also the same as on the Alienware, 3440×1440 and the two also share the same 175 Hz refresh rate, 1800R curvature, 1000 nits peak HDR brightness and DisplayHDR True Black 400 certification. MSI claims the same DCI-P3 colour gamut of 99.3 percent, but the MEG 342C has a lower sRGC colour gamut of 139.1 percent versus 149 percent for the Alienware.

MSI has added a few features that the Alienware lack, such as a USB Type-C input with DisplayPort Alt Mode, KVM functionality and some MSI specific features such as a low blue-light mode and what the company calls "gaming intelligence". MSI also supports Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture, something that it’s unclear if the Alienware supports or not. The MEG 342C is said to ship factory calibrated with a dE <2, which might not matter to most gamers, but should be important to anyone planning to use the display for video or photo editing work. MSI didn’t disclose any pricing, nor any availability date.

Why should you share your news?

Contributing is one of the best ways to promote a website. This technique has been used for decades now and is still very effective. But, this strategy can make or break your rankings depending on its application.

A news website is one of the best places to publish your blog. This is because such sites always have massive amounts of targeted traffic. If you write quality content, your post will get many hits, and many people will follow your blog.


The content provided has been modified and is not displayed as intended by the author. Any trademarks, copyrights, and rights remain with the source. Linux Chatter sources content from RSS feeds and personal content submissions. The views and opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect Linux Chatter.