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NZXT plans enter the Gaming Monitor Market - Job Listing Confirms

NZXT wants a Display/Monitor Engineer

NZXT plans enter the Gaming Monitor Market - Job Listing Confirms

NZXT plans enter the Gaming Monitor Market - Job Listing Confirms

NZXT is expanding, and the company has plans to enter new areas of the custom PC market, with a new job listing confirming that the brand has plans to enter the Display/Monitor market. 

Within their job listing, NZXT has asked for applicants with a deep understanding of various display technologies, such as OLED, LCD, ULED, and Projectors. The application also calls for people with knowledge of mechanical structural design and experience in developing 5 or more products. 

The display market has grown significantly in recent years, especially within the gaming space. High refresh rate monitors are growing in popularity, and the development of lower latency IPS panels and more reliable OLED panels have given many people a valid reason to upgrade their display setups. 

NZXT are not the only PC case/accessories brand to look towards the Display Market. In recent years, Cooler Master has entered the display market, as has MSI. Corsair is also rumoured to be looking at the monitor market with interest, having created a similar monitor-focused job listing back in 2018

Please note that this job listing doesn't mean that NZXT will enter the monitor market, just that they are looking into it. It can take years to develop a product, and NZXT needs to find the right person for the role before they can start developing new products. 
 

    JOB SUMMARY

The Display/Monitor Engineering Lead, Principal Engineer will be responsible for the development and qualification of Flat Panel Displays for desktop monitors and portable products. This individual will be working on flat panel displays, both at the component and system level. This role will work with the system design team, the EE team, mechanical team, the supply base management team and the display suppliers and will be managing all activities necessary to deliver the display system from initial concept into final products / mass production.

RESPONSIBILITIES

- Investigate best display technologies from potential suppliers
- Define the display specs for new NZXT projects
- Participate in a cross-functional team working with EE, ME, FW, SW and Manufacturing
- Manage the display suppliers as the primary technical contact window
- Perform the necessary testing and review test results from the display vendors, system OEMs, and cross-functional groups at - NZXT to ensure the performance specifications are met
- Work with the display EE team to review driver validation and related display module performance
- Identify engineering issues and drive them to closure in a timely fashion to support project needs
- Ensure display deliverables are met for engineering builds and initial ramp
- Address issues from initial ramp and field returns related to displays
- Work on qualifying additional sources if required
- System architecture, design, testing and program level execution decisions

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