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Xiaomi introduces 34-inch 144Hz curved gaming monitor

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Xiaomi goes deeper into the lucrative PC gaming market with its new Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34”. The gaming monitor is one of several ecosystem products announced for the European market including Mi Smart Band 5; Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 and Mi Electric Scooter 1S; Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic; and its first-ever Mi TV Stick.

Having already dived into mobile gaming with its Black Shark gaming smartphones and Mi gaming notebook, the Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34″ marks the next obvious step. A Mi PC next?

The 34-inch 21:9 ultrawide screen display pushes a WQHD resolution (3440×1440) and features a 1500R curvature. The 144Hz panel boasts 16.7 million true colours with 121 per cent sRGB and 85 per cent NTSC colour gamut coverage and also supports FreeSync Premium for tear-free visuals. It also has a Low Blue Light Mode to reduce blue light and flicker, effectively reducing eye strain.

The expansive display delivers 300 nits of peak brightness and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.

The monitor features incredibly thin 2mm bezels that makes the edges less distracting.

It has an adjustable height tilt/swivel stand and supports a wall mount (sold separately). The monitor and stand are designed to snap together in one click. Magnetic connectors make the monitor and stand look like a single piece.

In terms of connectivity ports, you will find 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x DisplayPort 1.4, audio, and AC power input ports. A DisplayPort cable is included as standard in the box, as well as wall mounting screws and bolts.

Pricing and availability

The Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34” retails for EUR399 (~MYR1,939). No details yet on official pricing and availability for the Malaysian market.


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