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Xiaomi introduces 34-inch curved gaming and 23.8-inch regular monitors

Xiaomi has expanded its range of monitors in its home market of China with the launch of two new products. The first one is the Mi Surface Display 34-inch, which is a gaming-centric monitor. The other one is the Mi Display 23.8-inch, which is just a regular monitor. With the former, the company has entered in a new category of gaming-centric monitors. The Mi Surface Display 34-inch features a curved screen with a high refresh rate of 144Hz. As for the Mi Display 23.8-inch monitor, this one features the regular flat screen panel and minimalistic design.

Mi Surface Display is a 34-inch gaming-centric monitor

Mi Surface Display 34-inch specifications and features

The Mi Surface Display 34-inch gaming monitor comes with a large curved screen featuring an aspect ratio of 21:9, a screen resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels, a refresh rate of 144Hz, and 1500R curvature. The monitor comes with AMD’s Freesync feature, a low Blue-ray mode, and a colour gamut of 121 percent sRGB. Design-wise, the monitor has a bracket that lets you make adjustments for lifting and rotating the display.

Mi Display 23.8-inch specifications and features

Mi Display 23.8-inch monitor sports a regular flat panel and minimalistic design

As for the Mi Display 23.8-inch model, this one features full HD display resolution and a wide-viewing angle of 178-degrees. This monitor has a regular design with control buttons that are placed on the right side bottom panel. The device has a cylindrical bracket, which lets you adjust the viewing angle but it doesn’t let you adjust the screen vertically. The monitor features a minimalistic design with just the brand’s branding, an HDMI port, and the power supply port at the back.

Mi Surface Display 35-inch and Mi Display 23.8-inch prices

The Mi Surface Display 34-inch has been priced at RMB 2,499 (~Rs 25,140). As for the Mi Display 23.8-inch model, it costs RMB 699 (~Rs 7,000). The new Xiaomi monitors will go on sale in China from October 21st.

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