Xiaomi launches a massive 34-inch curved Mi Surface Display gaming monitor

Xiaomi enters the monitor market with two new monitors – 34-inch Mi Surface Display and 23.8-inch Mi Display monitors in China

With a wide range of smart devices and appliances, Xiaomi is dominant in the IoT sector and smartphones. In China, even their RedmiBook laptops are very popular and now they are stepping into the hardware market totally with the advent of their own monitors.

Today they launched two new monitors – one with a massive 34-inch display and another with a 23.8-inch display. So, let’s talk more about them:

Mi Surface Display

Mi Surface Display

This is a gigantic 34-inch curved gaming monitor with 21:9 aspect ratio. This huge display has 3440 x 1440 pixel screen resolution with 144Hz refresh rate and 1500R curvature.

It supports AMD FreeSync, also features a low Blu-ray mode and the monitor has a colour gamut of 121 per cent sRGB. Xiaomi has also confirmed that the screen can be lifted and rotated around the stand which can magnetically be mounted to the display.

Mi Surface Display
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The Mi Surface Display 34-Inch has been priced at 2,499 Yuan which roughly converts to $352 and also who pre-book it will get it at 1,999 Yuan (around $282) and the product will go on sale from 21st October.

So, this a curved 2K display packed all the modern features and has a high refresh rate for gamers to enjoy upon. Though Xiaomi did not officially reveal but the reports indicate that the display has been provided by Samsung.

Mi Surface Display

Mi Display 23.8-Inch

Xiaomi loves its budget consumers so they also announced a cheaper monitor known to be Mi Display 23-inch monitor. As the name suggests, this monitor features a 23.8-inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and 178-degree viewing angle. 

This is a regular monitor but it has ultra-slim bezels making it much more attractive. The control buttons here are hidden at the right-side bottom panel bezel under the screen and the cylindrical bracket of the monitor can let you adjust the viewing angles.

Overall the monitor has a minimalistic design, the back panel of the monitor is clean with just the branding and it has an HDMI port along with a power supply port. Along with its brother, the Mi Display 23.8-inch will also be available in China from 21st October onwards and is priced at 699 Yuan (around $98).

No signs as for now for its India availability, but how did you like these two monitors? Tell us in the comments below… 😉

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Raunak Saha
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