Xiaomi Curved 34 inch gaming monitor for $602.98 from USA
Xiaomi’s gaming monitor was always a little too expensive, but now it’s available for $602.98 at Banggood, duty and tax free from an American warehouse. Choose “Ship from: USA”.
With a size of 34 inches and a frame rate of 144Hz, Xiaomi has a real gaming monitor in its range here. This is probably too expensive compared to local brands. But as the subject has interested some people, we’ll take a look at it anyway.
- Xiaomi Gaming Monitor
- at Banggood for $602.98 (US Warehouse)
|Display type||IPS LCD|
|Resolution||WQHD 3440 x 1440|
|Connections||2x HDMI 2.0, 2x DP 1.4, Audio, AC IN|
While Xiaomi’s 23.8 inch monitor was intended for office use, the purpose of this monitor is clearly gaming. A 34-inch display with a 21:9 aspect ratio should satisfy even the most demanding gamers (ok, they might need two of them side by side). The resolution is 2K or WQHD with 3440 x 1440 pixels and the frame rate a whopping 144Hz.
Xiaomi also advertises with an 85% NTSC color space and AMD Freesync, which reduces lags and image distortion in video games. The monitor has a strong curvature of 1500R (other curved monitors often have 1800R).
If you work on your PC and don’t play games, you can split the display and still have two 17-inch displays.
The monitor can be adjusted in height, tilted and rotated with the corresponding bracket.
Unfortunately, the gaming monitor has the same problem as almost all Xiaomi screens.While the price in China is still somewhere between “very good” and “okay”, it’s not really worth buying from us. The $366.18 that the monitor costs in China would still be a very good offer. But for $500 you can easily get other models with the same or better specs. That’s a pity, because we’d love to see how well Xiaomi implements the various technologies in their displays.
So it’s no wonder that hardly any of the Chinese shops sell the TV at all.To the gadget