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Xiaomi Announces its first Gaming Monitor with a 34-inch Curved Display

Mi Surface Display

Just when you thought Xiaomi is done invading every other market, the company has launched its gaming monitor today, dubbed Mi Surface. Well, if you are already familiar with Xiaomi, you know that the company makes almost everything.

The Chinese company already makes it’s soundbars, headphones, scooters, smartphones, smart home devices, laptops, TVs, fitness devices, water purifiers, and even drones and security cameras, to name a few.

The latest is an entry into the gaming monitor market. The company has launched two gaming monitors today – Mi Surface Display (34-inch) and Mi Display (23.8-inch). The two monitors feature a minimalistic display with minimal bezels.

The Mi Surface Display is the most prominent one sporting a 34-inch curved display with 3440 x 1440 pixels resolutions and 144Hz refresh rates. It is presented in a 21:9 aspect ratio and supports 121 percent sRGB color gamut. Other key features of this gaming monitor are the support for AMD Freesync and low Blu-ray mode.

The Mi Display is the cheaper version with a smaller non-curved display and has less resolution. The Mi Display packs 1920 x 1080 pixel resolutions with support for wide-angle viewing of 178-degrees.

Xiaomi launched the two displays in China, going at approximately $352 for the 34-inch monitor and around $98 for the small 24-inch FHD monitor. Although the company gives priority to China – it’s home market; global availability is not yet known.

The case has been no different with most products the company has been launching now and then in their local market.

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Alvin is a freelance tech journalist. He loves touching new gadgets to see what they got. Covers gadgets, cybersecurity, and social media. Got a tip? send to info@writenexus.com
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