The configuration is similar to that of before. Attach the base of the stand to the ground and connect the monitor; fix it using two screws. Plug into the wall, and you’re finished. The design is reasonably practical and straightforward, except the case of the light strip and rough areas on the back. It is made repeatedly in the sense of pleasure, but it doesn’t have much to make it unique, as the monitor is placed on the wall.
The ports are basically all you require: Type C (15W only) 2x HDMI 2.0b 1x DP 1.4 2x USB 2.0 Type-A 1, 1x USB 2.0 Type-B, and audio. It’s a shame that once more, the USB ports located on the back are positioned downwards. The possibility of connecting the USB ports on the sides is not available in most cases. The monitor is powered through an external power source. There aren’t speakers built-in to the monitor, although very few users use these anyway.
No shortage of features are additional; as is the norm with MSI, this model comes with many features. Night Vision Blue Light Filter, Anti-Flicker and other functions such as Counter and Crosshairs are also available. However, there is a possibility that you will need to use the Anti Motion Blur can be removed due to intense ghosting. The console mode is desirable for PS5 gamers and can be used for practical reasons. The monitor is a 4K monitor and can downscale to 1440p, which is much better than the normal upscaling process from Full HD. It’s a great feature that’s frequently used. This is not relevant for Xbox Series X/S as it supports native 1440p, which is not the case with PS5.
After a long time of playing various genres and games with our monitors, we conclude the test with a happy face. The screen is agile and responsive, and the image display does not warrant complaints when playing. We didn’t notice any issues with the image, and the lighting is beautiful overall.