Wednesday, September 30th 2020

MSI Teases MPG ARTYMIS 343CQR 1000R Curved Gaming Monitor

MSI, the world's leading manufacturer for true gaming hardware, is proudly expanding the hardware possibilities for all gamers. MSI is proud to launch the world's first 1000R AI Curved Gaming Monitor - MSI ARTYMIS Series. 1000R, The most suitable curvature for the human eyes. It can Perfectly fits the curvature of the human eye so that you can see the entire screen without any fatigue. The curved surface design can also enhance the sense of coverage and immersion so that you will not be disturbed by the outside environment during the game, which greatly enhances the gaming experience.

In addition to 1000R, we also added many innovative and exclusive AI features to the product. The first product within the series - MPG ARTYMIS 343CQR, comes equipped with 3440 x1440 resolution, 1 ms response time, and HDR400 to fully utilize the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 Series. The visual experience brought about by performance enhancement is expected to be launched in December of 2020, so stay tuned.
Source: MSI
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10 Comments on MSI Teases MPG ARTYMIS 343CQR 1000R Curved Gaming Monitor

#1
Khonjel
world's first 1000R AI Curved
Ughhh... Is that AL or AI like some marketing buzzword. With the font in this phone I can't distinguish between the two.
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#3
Caring1
HDR 400 is useless to those that want HDR.
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#4
Vayra86
"With this monitor, MSI is trying to stack the highest amount of marketing bullshit buzzwords in a single advertisement"

"They succeeded, and the end result is a product that has no real right to exist, with a curve that is too pronounced, AI that is dumber than a door knob, and HDR that completely obliterates color accuracy and any semblance of true blacks. Luckily, one or two color transitions have a 1ms G2G. Stay tuned for December 2020 when we reveal the outrageous price tag so you can decide how far away you want to keep yourself from this"
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#5
BoboOOZ
Me likey, I hope it doesn't cost an arm.
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#6
agatong55
I would still get the G7 over this thing.
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#7
InVasMani
Wait for the insane price tag just in time for the holidays haha sounds about right.
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#8
FLOWrescent
I will never comprehend this p*th*tic casual consumers brainw*shing with bs marketing sl*ngs and rehashing old tech from several years ago... Like some reviewers said "if your brand makes cases, it shouldn't manufacture headsets, keyboards, monitors or mices or vice versa, because they'll be flawed for a reason". MSI is in my peripherals blacklist amongst several other brands. I respect their mobos and GPUs, but the rest under their label - sux.
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Caring1
FLOWrescent
I will never comprehend this p*th*tic casual consumers brainw*shing with bs marketing sl*ngs and rehashing old tech from several years ago... Like some reviewers said "if your brand makes cases, it shouldn't manufacture headsets, keyboards, monitors or mices or vice versa, because they'll be flawed for a reason". MSI is in my peripherals blacklist amongst several other brands. I respect their mobos and GPUs, but the rest under their label - sux.
Well those "reviewers" failed Business 101.
Diversification broadens the income stream, never keep all your eggs in one basket.
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#10
lemoncarbonate
Straight line is so skewed on 1500R and above. Nope. 1800R is the max. I need my straight line straight.
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