Ps5 has been launched in some countries, including North America, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Singapore. A lot of excited players have already got the ps5. Nowadays, more and more console players are using game monitors (which can connect PC and host at the same time) instead of TV. < p > < p > Sony has previously confirmed that the ps5 does not support native 1440p (2k) resolution output, although it later added that if there is sufficient demand, they will add it in the future. Prior to Sony, however, MSI announced in a recent press release that it had “fixed” the ps5 host’s support for 1440p. Of course, you need to buy MSI’s game monitor that supports the new “host mode.”. “Nowadays, more and more consumers choose monitors instead of TVs to play host and PC games,” MSI said in a statement. For these users, the lack of QHD resolution output is an obstacle. Now, the voice of these users has been heard by MSI, and a relatively good solution has been provided. We have designed an exclusive host mode for the host, which can automatically receive 4K signal on QHD display and support HDR synchronously. This will provide the best game experience for players, allowing you to even enjoy the console game with a QHD monitor. ” < / P > < p > the above figure explains the principle that the “host mode” of micro satellite display provides 1440p output for ps5. It doesn’t look like there’s any black technology, it’s just a different way to zoom. If it is as effective as the above advertising, then what means is not important. < / P > < p > however, note that all of the curved displays above are equipped with ultra wide displays. This includes the upcoming mpg artymis 343cqr, which MSI claims to be the world’s first 1000r “Ai” display with a resolution of 3440×1440 and a response time of 1ms. Hdr400 will be launched next month. However, Sony’s ps5, like all other hosts, does not support ultra wide resolution. In order to maintain the correct 16:9 ratio on the ultra wide display, the monitor will have black edges or stretched images. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen