Who wants an ultra-wide 34-inch screen with a high refresh rate at a cost of less than NIS 2,000?
At the end of last year we saw Xiaomi for the first time leap into the field of gaming screens using a handsome 34-inch model with the generic name Something Mi Surface Display, which like most of the company's works excelled first and foremost in the exciting value for money. The trouble was that the screen in question was aimed exclusively at the Chinese market, where orders from international Chinese sites with high-risk shipping and the addition of hundreds of shekels to cost did not help too much - and this prevented us from being overly enthusiastic about the fresh product.
Now there is a development, which is already hard for us to ignore: the Mi Surface Display becomes Mi Curved Gaming Monitor and is launched in European countries with a price tag of 400 euros including tax, about 1,570 shekels - and this leads us to believe that landing in our local stores is also fast approaching.
For a little less than NIS 1,600, consumers in Europe will receive a screen based on a SVA convex panel made by סמסונג 34-inch with a wide 3,440 × 1,440 pixel resolution, with an average brightness of 300 nits, a static contrast of 3,000: 1, 121 percent coverage of the sRGB standard color scheme, 85 percent coverage of the NTSC standard color scheme and support of a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz , With standard VRS technology FreeSync Premium at speeds between 48 Hz and 144 Hz (based on DisplayPort connections).
Shiomi's screen does not include a USB hub or speakers, unfortunately, but you will find a pair of HDMI 2.0 inputs and another pair of inputs DisplayPort 1.4 which will help maximum flexibility for those who want to connect several different sources - and there are also partial ergonomic capabilities with compatibility for anchoring in the VESA standard, height adjustment and bias in one axis.
Want to try and predict whether the Mi Curved Gaming Monitor will land in Israel officially, and how much will it cost if and when it happens? Feel free to do so in the comments.