3rd Generation Xiaomi TV powered by Nvidia Tegra X1?

Tomorrow Xiaomi’s newest product will be unveiled, and it is looking likely to be a pair of TV’s running powerful Nvidia Tegra X1 processors.

As usual, Xiaomi are doing their best to keep their fans excited about the prospect of a new device, with official teasers and even posts from company bosses. The newest teaser asks if the new MiTV will be 1080, or 4K, will focus on gaming or video, will be large a small. There are even Xiaomi polls where fans can vote for their MiTV predictions.

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Many of the tech press, including ourselves think that there will actually be 2 Xiaomi MiTV’s launched tomorrow. A more affordable 1080 model with smaller screen size, and a larger 4K model. Pricing for the 4K model should be around the 3000 Yuan mark meaning the 1080 model could be even cheaper!

Source close to Xiaomi have suggest that the MITV 3 might move away from a Qualcomm processor too and pack an Nvidia Tegra X1 for ultimate gaming performance. More news tomorrow when we get the final details.

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  1. Rob
    March 23, 2015

    Is that kind of power really needed on a TV? Also I find it a bit weird having a TV with more grunt than my phone/tablet/laptop etc….

    • Akimitsui
      March 23, 2015

      Works perfectly, you can play high-end games on the big screen that will not run any-time soon on your portable device. There are many games developed for Android that will only run if you have an Nvidia processor.

      And my gaming laptop from 2009 still packs more power than this TV =P

  2. Xalis
    March 23, 2015

    Hey look! another boring Xiaomi news.

    • balcobomber25
      March 23, 2015

      Hey look! another Xiaomi story you felt the need to comment on. Guess your life isn’t much more interesting.

      • joyboy
        March 23, 2015


    • March 24, 2015

      …says no 1 ever!

  3. Manu
    March 23, 2015

    LOL for ~450€ 4k with all these features :O in Germany you pay like 400€ for “cheap” 4k smart TVs” would be a good deal

  4. Ricardo
    March 23, 2015

    I would prefer they release a computer monitor (2K) and a TV (4K) rather than two TV’s

  5. Rogi
    March 23, 2015

    Are there any news on DVB-T/T2 support?

    • joyboy
      March 23, 2015

      exactly what i need to know to, andi if you could please ask it to xiaomi if you attend to the product launch, big thanks in advance.

  6. Hellbender519
    March 23, 2015

    I really hope Nvidia gets mainstream again. With processors like the X1, imagine a top OEM smartphone or tablet running this beast.

  7. jalebi Singh
    March 26, 2015

    what does it have? a tegra x1 has 512 gflops

    • Akimitsui
      March 26, 2015

      It’s an Alienware M17X R1. Specs:

      – Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme Q9300 overclocked to 3.06Ghz
      – 8Gb DDR3 Ram
      – Dual ATI 5870m 1Gb GPU’s running in Crossfire
      – 120Gb Sandisk Extreme SSD with Windows 7
      – 2TB HDD for Steam games
      – 2TB HDD for other games and storage
      – 1920×1200 RGB LED screen