MSI announced three new gaming monitors today, including one that it calls the "ultimate esports display." The three new monitors are led by the MSI Optix MAG251RX Esports gaming monitor, which features a 24.5-inch display with a refresh rate of 240Hz. The The MSI Optix G271 and MSI Optix G241 have a refresh rate of 144Hz and 1ms response times. The monitors are available from several retailers, including Amazon, NewEgg, and B&H, depending on your region and which monitor you'd like.
The MSI Optix MAG251RX Esports gaming monitor is NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible. When combined with its 240Hz display and 1ms response time, the monitor should deliver incredibly smooth gameplay. It's also. VESA certified for easy mounting.
|MSI Optix MAG251RX Esports gaming monitor||MSI Optix 271 gaming monitor||MSI Optix 241 gaming monitor|
|Panel size||24.5" (IPS)||27" (IPS)||23.8" (IPS)|
|Brightness||400 nits||250 nits||250 nits|
|Video ports||1x DP (1.2a)
2x HDMI (2.0)
1x USB C
|1x DP (1.2a)
2x HDMI (1.4b)
|1x USB C | 1x DP (1.2a)
2x HDMI (1.4b)
|USB ports||3x USB 2.0 Type A
1x USB 2.0 Type B
The MSI Optix MAG251RX Esports gaming monitor supports Night Vision, which allows you to game longer without eye strain. It's also an HDR400 monitor, which means it delivers good color contrast and colors and a high refresh rate.
This gaming monitor has a 240Hz display, 1ms response time, and supports Night Vision so you can game without eye fatigue.
This 144Hz monitor has a response time of 1ms and impressive 120 percent color accuracy.
This 23.8-inch gaming monitor has impressive color accuracy, 1ms response time, and a 144Hz refresh rate.
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