After we spent years looking at televisions, smartphones, and even laptops with envy, OLED panels are finally starting to show up on desktop monitor panels with Asus and MSI addressing burn-in concerns. Asus has extended its standard one-year warranty to cover two years of coverage specifically for burn-in on OLED monitors. Meanwhile, MSI offers three years of similar coverage, surpassing competitors like LG, Dell/Alienware, and Corsair. Burn-in, a longstanding issue in old CRT monitors, resurfaced with early generations of OLED displays, particularly notable with smartphone navigation buttons or news and sports tickers on televisions. New generations of OLED panels and software tricks have largely mitigated this issue. MSI’s monitors feature “multi-logo detection, taskbar detection, and boundary detection”, along with a notification for a manual pixel refresh after four hours of continuous use.