The Chinese tech giant has just rolled out a curved gaming monitor in China. When it comes to the cost, arriving at 1299 RMB or just over $200, the Redmi Curved Monitor of Xiaomi is an impressively priced bit of kit taking into account the feature onboard.
Although we can’t say it is intense at all however it is spotted with worthy specifications overall. These specs include a captivating 1800R curved panel, HDMI 2.1 along with high refresh rate. Moreover, the Redmi Curbed Monitor goes on sale at the end of this week.
However, a couple of interesting things that you must note are Xiaomi’s most recent as well as the first Redmi Curved Monitor. Another thing that is important to mention here about this ultrawide gaming monitor is it has a quite sleek and minimalist look. The Curved Monitor further doesn’t have any intense angles/design components or RGB lighting in its framework.
Referring to the specs, this Xiamoi’s 30-inch Redmi curved monitor comes with a fast 200Hz refresh rate, an ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio display besides narrow bezels, and a resolution of 2,560 x 1,080px, 1800R curvature. Furthermore, the 8-bit panel utilizes VA technology along with 4ms GTG response times,126 percent sRGB coverage, and 300 nits of peak brightness.
According to the Chinese listing page of the Redmi Curved Monitor, a 3000:1 contrast ratio (no HDR info, seemingly) and has support for AMD FreeSync Premium for tear-free as well as low-latency gaming. Additionally, it is moderately equipped when it comes to connectivity, inclusive of 2 x HDMI ports (1 x 2.1 and 1 x 1.4 spec), a 3.5mm audio jack, and DisplayPort 1.2.
Apart from that, the Redmi Curved Monitor is goi going to become accessible in China on April 8. For the time being, we don’t have many details about if the Chinese tech giant has the intention to roll out the Redmi Curved Monitor internationally.