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Xiaomi's Mi Curved Gaming Monitor is a 34-inch UWQHD screen with 144Hz refresh rate (New Pricing)

By Koh Wanzi - on 30 Aug 2020, 11:38am

Xiaomi's Mi Surface is a 34-inch curved gaming monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate

Note: This article was first published on 23rd October 2019 and the monitor has since been available locally from 19th July 2020. From 24th August, its pricing has been revised lower.

Image Source: Xiaomi

Chinese electronics company Xiaomi is best known for its smartphones, but the firm also makes a wide range of products, including air purifiers, smart power plugs, scooters, and rice cookers. Now, it's venturing into gaming monitors with the Mi Surface Display, a 34-inch curved screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 3,440 x 1,440-pixel resolution

Other features include a 144Hz refresh rate and support for AMD FreeSync, so you should get a relatively smooth and tear-free experience. In addition, it has a 4ms gray-to-gray response time and supposedly covers 121 per cent of the sRGB colour space.The panel is thought to be a 1500R-curved VA panel from Samsung.

The monitor's design is pretty sleek and modern, and the bezels are really thin – around 2mm – on three sides. Elsewhere, the stand supports height and tilt adjustments. Connections-wise, the monitor has dual HDMI 2.0 ports,  dual DisplayPort 1.4 interfaces and an audio out port. 

The Mi Surface Display is available in China now. Pre-order customers got it at ¥1,999, but it'll cost you ¥2,499 now. 

First launched in China when the monitor was announced in October of 2019, this gaming monitor is now available locally for just S$699 S$649 through Xiaomi's official flagship store on Lazada, complete with a 3-year local warranty as depicted on the web store.

This is part of Xiaomi's recent ecosystem product launch in the region where more phones and other devices were officially launched.