This AI-Powered Monitor Can Help you Cheat at League of Legends

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This AI-Powered Monitor Can Help you Cheat at League of Legends

Dhruv Bhatnagar
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MSI has done quite a lot to improve its 2024 OLED lineup. They've moved to a next-generation OLED screen, delivering sharper images and anti-burn technologies.
MSI showed off a brand-new monitor at CES 2024 that surely turned heads, not just for its jaw-dropping specs but also due to a controversial AI-powered bonus feature.

There’s no doubt that AI was the buzzword at CES 2024, and no piece of hardware is immune from the integration of AI features, with pretty useful ones. However, at its demo suite, MSI showed off the brand-new MEG 321URX QD-OLED Display. The monitor comes with an AI Accelerator that, and other features, will locate enemies in League of Legends and give their position with an on-screen icon. Doesn’t seem fair, does it?

MSI’s AI-powered Monitor Can Turn You Into a League of Legends Champion

At CES 2024, MSI not only presented its Claw, a portable gaming PC that plans to compete with Valve’s Steam Deck but also showcased a 32-inch 4k screen monitor that can help you become a god in League of Legends.

MSI’s latest offering, the MEG 321URX QD-OLED, comes with onboard AI, including an AI-powered SkySight feature that can locate and display enemy locations in League of Legends. 

MSI showcased this brand-new technology with a game of League of Legends that showed the AI attempting to scan the frame, locating enemy champions that were appearing on the mini-map, and then giving the player a visual indicator in which direction the enemy champion was located. That’s not all; the monitor’s AI will also track your health status, lighting up an RGB LED light at the bottom to match your in-game health status. Surely, having an AI assistant that scans the map for you and then puts an icon on the screen to locate your opponent’s locations is a massive help in any multiplayer game. 

If you’re not a League of Legends player, the monitor’s AI technology can still work for you. MSI plans to release a PC application that will allow you to train it to identify health bars, enemies, and other on-screen features in your favorite game. You’ll require your computer’s raw processing power for the initial AI training, but the monitor will do all the processing thereafter. 

Well, if you don’t make use of the monitor’s AI features, there’s still a lot more it offers. It’s a QD-Oled panel, which makes colors pop, as seen in the League of Legends demo. The MEG 321 URX works up to 240 HZ, resulting in smooth gaming at 4k resolution and 240 FPS. Additionally, the display has a 0.002 ms response time, and according to MSI, it has VESA ClearMR 13000 anti-blur certification.

Other features include HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.1, and USB-C connectivity. The USB-C port serves as the laptop’s docking station and delivers up to 90W of USB power. 

We still don’t have an official word on the pricing for MSI MEG 321URX QD-Oled; however, MSI has stated that it will be launched sometime this spring. Once we’re close to the monitor’s launch, we’ll probably get to hear more about how the AI features work. 


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