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MSI MEG 321URX showcased as 'world's first true AI gaming monitor'

MSI has not addressed any privacy concerns associated with its AI SkySight technology. (Image source: XDA Developers)
MSI has not addressed any privacy concerns associated with its AI SkySight technology. (Image source: XDA Developers)
MSI has exhibited the MEG 321URX again, five months after its last appearance. Still a 4K and 240 Hz QD-OLED monitor, the MSI MEG 321URX is now being advertised as the 'world's first true AI gaming monitor' thanks to its AI SkySight engine.

MSI has released numerous gaming monitors based around Gen 3 QD-OLED panels from Samsung Display, including the MSI MAG 271QPX (curr. $749.99 on Amazon). Only earlier this week the company introduced the MPG 341CQPX too, a 34-inch curved example that combines a 1440p resolution with a 240 Hz refresh rate. By contrast, the MEG 321URX has remained on the margins despite being unveiled in January during CES 2024.

However, MSI has now exhibited an updated version at Computex 2024, as well as the new Claw 8 AI+. In short, the MEG 321URX still features an unchanged 31.5-inch Gen 3 QD-OLED panel that outputs at 4K and 240 Hz like the MAG 321UPX or MPG 321URX. Supposedly, MSI has refined the monitor's AI feature set that distinguished it apart from its MAG 321UPX and MPG 321URX siblings, which it now calls 'AI SkySight'.

Dubbed the 'world's first true AI gaming monitor' as a result, AI SkySight is 'fully trainable' and can perform multiple tasks, including assessing on-screen enemies and highlighting their presence. Ultimately, it remains to be seen whether MSI intends to actually release the MEG 321URX or not. Although the company chose to exhibit the monitor at Computex 2024, no outlet has reported any potential availability. Thus, we would not rule out the MEG 321URX going the way of the MPG 272QPX and MEG 271Q before it as a tech event showcase that never reach retail status.

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The MEG 321URX also has a lightbar linked that can be linked to health levels and other in-game metrics. (Image source: TweakTown)
The MEG 321URX also has a lightbar linked that can be linked to health levels and other in-game metrics. (Image source: TweakTown)
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Alex Alderson, 2024-06- 7 (Update: 2024-06-19)