As part of a study by Bradford University, manufacturer MSI has introduced the ARTYMIS monitor series with the goal of significantly reducing eye strain. The 1000R Curved monitors are characterized by their particularly gentle display technology, which significantly reduces eye strain.
Curvature close to the human eye
A 1000R Curve is closest to the curvature of the human field of vision. That’s why 1000R Curved monitors like those in the ARTYMIS range provide near-perfect immersion when playing games or watching movies and series.
In the study, participants played games on both a 1000R and an 1800R monitor. As they did so, the researchers recorded nonverbal signs of eye fatigue in the participants. Participants reported that they had a much more intense and enjoyable gaming experience on the curved 1000R monitor than on the curved 1800R monitor.
As a result, MSI’s new ARTYMIS series relies on this very curvature to provide a better gaming experience combined with lower eye strain. A total of four gaming monitors make up the prelude, which differ primarily in terms of their display size.
MSI ARTYMIS: Four monitors to launch
The MAG ARTYMIS 242C comes in at 24 inches and offers a frame rate of 165 Hz with a 1 ms response time, while the MPG ARTYMIS 273CQR offers 27 inches with the same values. In addition, it resolves in WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels).
The 32-inch MSI MPG ARTYMIS 323CQR and 34-inch MPG ARTYMIS 323CQR offer an even bigger picture and also rely on a WQHD resolution with 165 Hz frame rate. In addition, all important technologies like True Color Sync, Eye Care, Smart Brightness and many more are included.
Prices and Availability
MSI’s four new ARTYMIS series gaming monitors are available now. The manufacturer has not yet provided any information on pricing. Those who decide to purchase by October 31 (with the exception of the MAG ARTYMIS 242C) will receive Ubisoft’s open-world shooter Far Cry 6 for free.