Xiaomi's Mi Surface monitor may be getting a 29-inch variant
Xiaomi launched its new gaming monitor, the Mi Surface, last month (October 2019) in China. Now, the blog MyDrivers claims to have heard that it is coming back in a different size. The first iteration had a 34-inch panel, whereas this new variant is rumored to be 5 inches smaller. However, it may retain the rest of the emerging display series' specs.
The first Xiaomi Mi Surface has a panel with a 21:9 aspect ratio, AMD FreeSync, 121% of the sRGB color space and a 4 millisecond (ms) response time. The rumored 29-inch variant may also have these attributes, and also be as 1500R-curved as its predecessor. It is also said to retain the 34-inch model's 144Hz refresh rate.
MyDrivers also asserts that this device will be the third Mi Surface, not the second: apparently, there is a 23.8-inch variant knocking around the OEM's domestic market at present. The blog was less specific about the 29-inch Mi Surface's putative price-tag, however. The first of this line started at 1999 yuan (about US$280); therefore, the new product could be expected to go for a little less than this.
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