Xiaomi To Release Two Gaming Monitors, The Mi Surface Display And Mi Display

Aadhya Khatri - Oct 18, 2019


Xiaomi To Release Two Gaming Monitors, The Mi Surface Display And Mi Display

Xiaomi has just released two for gaming monitors in China, the Mi Surface Display for the premium market and a more affordable Mi Display.

Xiaomi has just made its first move in the plan to expand to the market of gaming monitor by releasing two for gaming in China. The monitors, Mi Surface Display measuring 34 inches and the 23.8-inch Mi Display, follow the minimalistic design language and will go on sale on the 21st of October.

The 34-inch Mi Surface Display features an aspect ratio of 21:9, a curved screen, refresh rate of 144 Hz, and resolution of 3440x1440 pixels. It has support for AMD FreeSync and 121% sRGB gamut in terms of display quality. The stand and the display are mounted magnetically so users can rotate as well as lift the screen. While Xiaomi does not say the name of the screen manufacturer, some reports said that it was Samsung who provided them.

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The 34-inch Mi Surface Display features an aspect ratio of 21:9, a curved screen, refresh rate of 144 Hz, and resolution of 3440x1440 pixels

The monitor will set Chinese users back 2,499 CNY (roughly Rs 25,200), and they will have a three-year warranty. Those who pre-order the monitor can have it at the reduced price of 1,999 CNY (around Rs 20,100).

The Mi Surface Display is made for the higher-end market, but the company has another more affordable offer, which is the Mi Display measuring 23.8 inches. Some of the specs of the latter are a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a viewing angle of 178-degree. Users do not have as much adjustment on this one as the Mi Surface Display. Users will only have the choice to change the viewing angle. The more budget-friendly Mi Display comes at the price of 699 CNY (around Rs 7,000).

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The stand and the display are mounted magnetically so users can rotate as well as lift the screen

The two monitors have already been released in Xiaomi’s home country China, and we cannot be sure whether the company will launch them in other markets in the future.

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