M: YES You already have your first monitor with a QD-OLED panel, we are talking about the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED, which arrives with generous dimensions of 34 inches and a curved (1800R) design with 3440 x 14400 pixel (21:9) UWQHD resolution that hits 175Hz refresh rate, 0.1 millisecond (0.1ms GtG) response time, achieves 1000 nits peak brightness together with DisplayHDR True Black 400 certificate, it covers 99.3% DCI-P3 color space, 97.8% Adobe RGB and 139.1% sRGB.


The information of the MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED comes with frame sync technology AMD FreeSync Premium Proit has USB-C / DisplayPort connectivity, KVM functionality to use the same mouse and keyboard pack on two systems at the same time, a feature called “Gaming Intelligence”, which we assume will allow you to see FPS, add crosshairs, choosing between image modes designed for different types of games, etc., and most interestingly, its price is unknown.

In essence, it’s very similar to the Alienware 34 QD-OLED, except it offers access to the technology Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate (physical module) at the price of $1,299so the MSI option should be cheaper to make sense when using AMD FreeSync.