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Asus and MSI OLED monitor warranties now cover burn-in

The rear of an Asus OLED monitor
Some of the newer Asus OLED monitors like the ROG Swift PG32UCDM (pictured) will benefit from a longer three year burn-in warranty. | Image: Asus

MSI and Asus are providing consumers who purchase their OLED monitors with some additional peace of mind, having now revised their warranty coverage on certain models to cover the dreaded issue of panel burn-in. On Monday, TFTCentral spotted that the warranties offered across Asus OLED displays have been quietly updated to include burn-in coverage of either two or three years. MSI then countered this less than 24 hours later, announcing a new three-year burn-in warranty for some of its own OLED displays.

OLED panels are becoming more common in gaming-focused monitors thanks to the improved image quality and responsiveness they provide over IPS and LCD displays, but burn-in is still a concern for many consumers. Static elements — like…

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