Mi Curved Gaming Monitor with 34-inch WQHD, 144Hz Panel Launched in Europe

Apart from launching the Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi TV Stick globally, Xiaomi has additionally forayed into the gaming space in Europe. The firm has debuted a 34-inch curved gaming monitor with a 144Hz refresh charge at its ecosystem event immediately. This monitor was first unveiled in China in October earlier final yr.

Mi Curved Gaming Monitor: Specs

This is the first gaming display launched by Xiaomi, alongside a 24-inch variant with a regular 60Hz refresh rate. The latter is supposed for casual gamers. Coming again to the star of the show, we already know the Mi Curved gaming monitor boasts an enormous 34-inch screen size (SVA, a kind of VA panel most likely from Samsung) with slim 2mm bezels.

The panel supports a 21:9 aspect ratio, WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution, and a 144Hz refresh rate. The greater refresh rate is essential in case you are serious about gaming. Xiaomi further provides that the 21:9 aspect ratio is 30 % wider than your normal 16:9 panels.

This curved gaming monitor consists of an 8-bit panel that supports 121 % sRGB wide color gamut, which is nice for content creators. It can display as much as 16.7 million colors. It additionally brings support for AMD FreeSync, low Blu-Ray mode, up to 300 nits of peak brightness, and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.

The Mi Curved gaming monitor has a 1500R curvature. This means it has a smaller visible tilt angle, thus, lowering distortion whereas nonetheless providing a panoramic expertise. The DC technology discovered aboard “automatically calibrates display lightness, reduces the emission of harmful blue light, and minimizes eye fatigue.”

Price and Availability

The 34-inch Mi Curved gaming monitor has been priced starting at 399 euros (around Rs. 34,299) in Europe. The pricing, as well as availability, might range depending in your area.

With Xiaomi finally coming into the laptop space in India with the launch of the 14-inch Mi Notebook earlier this year, we will count on this curved gaming monitor or cheaper Redmi displays to make their India debut eventually.

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