A lot of tech companies have been making gaming monitors; from Samsung to even Razer. But who would have guessed that Xiaomi would be joining in as well? Xiaomi is well known mostly for their smartphones, but they have actually launched smart TVs, fitness bands, battery packs, and even electric scooters. So it should come to no surprise that they would dabble in a gaming monitor, with their first one being called the Mi Surface 34.
What's known about the Mi Surface 34 so far is that it's a 34-inch display sporting a curved (1500R) panel with a 3440x1440 resolution (21:9 aspect ratio). It was built and designed for gaming, with a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and AMD FreeSync support. In terms of how it looks, renders have revealed the Mi Surface 34 to have thin bezels on the top and sides. So far information such as the brightness level, contrast ratio, and connectivity options remains unknown.
Preorders on the 34-inch Surface Mi will be priced 1,999 Yuan (~MYR1184), with no word on whether it will be launched outside of China just yet. Xiaomi has also unveiled a 23.8-inch IPS monitor with a 1920x1080 resolution with a price tag of 699 Yuan (~MYR414), though there isn't enough information on it just yet.