Today, the Taiwanese multinational technology corporation, Micro-Star International, MSI, has officially announced the unveiling of the new 4K display, Summit MS321UP display, equipped with a magnetic hood and SD card reader.
The new Summit MS321UP display is 32 inches and has eye protection, ergonomics, precise color design, and an exclusive PI Smart Sensing Performance App application software.
According to the Taiwanese tech giant, the display has a 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution, 136 percent sRGB, 95 percent DCI-P3, and “Summit MS321UP” to ensure a smoother color gradation and delta-E (E) 2 color difference, according to officials. High color accuracy is rigorously tested and calibrated to ensure color fidelity before leaving the factory.
The ergonomic device on the Summit MS321UP allows one to change the tripod’s “left and right, tilt, and height” angle as needed. The magnetic screen hood is simple to put together and use. A built-in port and card reader are built into the screen itself. The card reader USB 3.2 Gen 1 allows users to share and back up files in a simple and intuitive manner.
According to the MSI official, the exclusive “PI Smart Sensing Performance App” application software includes “PIP & PBP mode, True Color technology, KVM, smart brightness and color temperature adjustment… etc.”, use the “PI Smart Sensing Performance App” to open the “Smart Sensor” setting After the mode, through the “smart sensor” inside the front of the fuselage, it can automatically detect the ambient light and adjust the brightness, bringing a comfortable viewing experience and working environment.
The new display is also equipped with an “active noise reduction function” to help enhance the experience of video conferencing or online chat.
The “PI Smart Sense App’s” KVM capability treats the Summit MS321UP as a KVM switch, requiring only one keyboard and mouse to control two devices at the same time. The user can switch between the two devices by simply moving and clicking the mouse.
As of the time of writing this report, the Taiwanese multinational information technology corporation, MSI, has not announced the price and time of sale of the new display.