Redmi Gaming Monitor G24: New gaming monitor launches in Xiaomi's home market with a 165 Hz refresh rate
Xiaomi has launched a new gaming monitor under its Redmi brand. Sold as the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 in China, it remains to be seen whether Xiaomi will release the gaming monitor in other markets. Typically, the company launches some gaming monitors outside its home market, such as the Mi 2K Gaming Monitor 27" and the Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34". However, it has not commented on the fate of the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 yet.
So far, Xiaomi is offering the gaming monitor through JD.com, one of China's largest retailers. As Xiaomi's marketing images highlight, the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 has a 23.8-inch panel, despite its name implying the presence of a 24-inch panel. Additionally, the display peaks at 300 nits, a not particularly steller maximum brightness. Still, the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 offers a 165 Hz refresh rate with a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel native resolution, 120% sRGB colour space coverage and Delta E < 2 deviations. Purportedly, the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 provides 1 ms response times (MPRT) with NVIDIA G-SYNC and VESA Adaptive-Sync support to minimise image tearing.
Moreover, the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 is reported to have a 3,500:1 contrast ratio too, as well as being capable of reproducing HDR10 content. Separately, the monitor only features DisplayPort and HDMI connections, with no USB Type-A or USB Type-C ports included. Currently, the Redmi Gaming Monitor G24 is orderable from JD.com in China for CNY 699 (~US$100).