QD-OLED integrates Samsung’s Quantum Dot product with OLED panels.
Dell’s Alienware was the very first to bring Samsung’s advanced QD-OLED display screen innovation to a PC screen. And now MSI is preparing its own item.
At Computex, MSI is teasing(Opens in a brand-new window) a 34-inch video gaming screen that integrates a QD-OLED panel. It’s called the MEG 342C QD-OLED and it includes a curved display screen. “The best way to explore realistic and vivid gaming scenes is with this masterpiece of a gaming monitor,” MSI states.
QD-OLED has actually been getting attention since it raises the bar on the display screen innovation by integrating Samsung’s Quantum Dot product with OLED panels. According to Samsung, this can produce higher-quality colors over LG’s existing OLED panels at even much better brightness levels.
The outcomes can be specifically spectacular on a PC screen. Samsung’s QD-OLED innovation discharges pure blacks unlike IPS displays, which can just produce ghostly grays when attempting to render black colors.
The upcoming MEG 342C QD-OLED screen signifies the innovation is getting higher adoption amongst PC producers. MSI’s item will likewise boast a 0.1-millisecond action time, in addition to a 175Hz revitalize rate.
There’s no word on the prices or launch date for the screen. However the item looks poised to challenge the Alienware 34 QD-OLED, which provides comparable specifications. It’s currently on sale for $1,299 and has actually been accredited as a G-Sync Ultimate display screen.
Samsung likewise prepares to release its own 34-inch screen with QD-OLED innovation, the Odyssey G8QNB(Opens in a brand-new window). We initially saw it at CES 2022, however prices and release date have actually not been revealed.