MSI Optix 24" Full HD 144Hz Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor
23.6" MSI Optix MAG241CR Curved Monitor, 1500R, VA, 1920x1080, 144Hz, 1ms, AMD FreeSync, 100M:1, 300cd/m², HDMI
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MSI Optix 24" Full HD Curved LED Gaming Monitor
see beyond the game, visualize your victory Victory is evident with the MSI Optix MAG241CR curved gaming monitor. Designed with a 24-inch 1920x1080 screen size, 144hz refresh rate and incredible 1ms response time panel, the Optix MAG241CR gives you the edge you need to take on your enemies. Built with AMD FreeSync technology, the MAG241CR can match the display's refresh rate with your GPU for extra smooth gameplay. With all the latest game enhancing technologies built-in, MSI Curved Gaming monitors were created for the most competitive play. Be ready for action with the easy access space for your headset to rest on the built-in hanger. This Optix Gaming monitor can be tailored to the best suitable angle with adjustments to tilt and change the height, your gaming sessions will be enhanced with optimum viewing experiences. MSI Mystic Light is the ultimate gaming finish you can control your monitors lights via the MSI GAMING APP, choose from RGB effects where you can pick from colour schemes to suit your style.
Curved Design for Your Viewing Pleasure
Experience an Exceptionally Large Display Get the most out of your gaming marathons with the curved MSI MAG241CR gaming monitor. Immerse yourself with a stunning Full HD display that surrounds you, making you feel connected to the experience. The monitor panel has a curvature rate of 1500R, which is the most comfortable and suitable for gaming and various applications. With 178 degrees of wide viewing angles, colours and details stay sharp compared to other monitors with less viewing angles.
Ultra-Smooth 144Hz Refresh Rate
get ahead of the game with 1ms response time MSI Gaming monitors allow you to experience astoundingly smooth gaming visuals with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time VA panel, which has the most benefit in fast moving game genres such as first person shooters, fighters, racing sims, real-time strategy, and sports. These type of games require very fast and precise movements, which an ultra-high refresh rate and fast response time monitor will put you ahead of the competition.
Personalize your Gaming Rig with Mystic Light
use the msi gaming app to select your palette The Optix MAG241CR Gaming monitor glows softly with ambient lighting with MSI Mystic Light, it can also be synced with any other Mystic Light enabled gaming product. Customize and set up your own colour patterns through the MSI GAMING APP, using your smartphone to find your perfect style. Choose from various lighting modes to suit your setup and if you turn on gaming echo, your monitor back light dances to the music you play on the PC.
Discover Gaming OSD App Advantages
Switch settings with hotkey options With the Gaming OSD (on screen display) app it is very easy to setup your gaming monitor. You don’t need use the buttons on the monitor and go through all the menu’s, just use your Keyboard and Mouse to configure your monitor. The app even gives you hotkey options so you can switch settings between different games with ease.
Control your Monitor with MSI Remote Display
Switch settings with hotkey optionsControl your curved gaming monitor with MSI Remote Display APP on Android Smartphone, this enables you to control the contrast ratio, brightness and black equalizer, straight from your Android phone.
Enjoy a Multi-Monitor 180 Degree Setup
See Every Detail From Edge to Edge With a super narrow bezel, enjoy the best immersion possible in the latest games with a multi-monitor 180 degree setup. Experience better continuity between screens while playing games, working, or general computing.
Optimized Blue Light Reduction
defend YOUR EYES FROM HARMFUL BLUE LIGHT MSI Gaming monitors are optimized to reduce eye strain, specially designed to help your eyes from blue light damage by cleverly reducing the total amount of blue light displayed by the monitor. Ensuring that you can game for longer without fatigue.
See the Difference with Anti-Flicker Technology
Smoother Gameplay per Second Generic monitor displays normally have a flicker-rate of about 200-times per second, which is unnoticeable to the naked eye, but can cause fatigue over time. MSI Anti-Flicker technology provides a very comfortable viewing by reducing the amount of flicker.
Streamline your Gameplay with AMD Freesync
technology designed for lag-free gaming AMD® FreeSync technology produces the smoothest visuals for your gameplay. To do this, AMD® FreeSync syncs your monitors refresh rate to your compatible AMD® GPU, which in turn maintains to eradicate screen tearing or stuttering. Enjoy your favourite games the way it was destined to be played with ultra-smooth, lag-free graphics.
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