Xiaomi to launch a 34-inch curved eSports display in November


According to a recent document allegedly from IHS Markit, Xiaomi plans to introduce a 34-inch QHD+ eSports display. It has a refresh rate of 144Hz and will arrive in November. This gaming display monitor will be assembled in conjunction with Century Innovative (Inno & Cn). According to the report, Xiaomi has foreseen that e-sports displays will slow down. Thus, it is seizing the opportunity to cut in, get good display procurement costs, and then launch a design. In addition, it will ensure that it is a low-cost e-sports display product.

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In addition, the Xiaomi eSports display can also be used as an extension of the Xiaomi gaming platform (Xiaomi Tour Center). This way, there is a seamless compatibility between the game display on the small screen and the larger screen. If this strategy is successful, it will help Xiaomi attract more players to join the Xiaomi game platform. This will enable the company to compete with the current gaming platform leaders such as Alibaba and Tencent.

Xiaomi has a lot of gaming products and the company has an interest in gamers. It recently released the Mi Gaming Laptop 2019 as well as a gaming pad for the Redmi K20 Pro. It has the Black Shark series which concentrates on releasing gaming smartphones. Other gaming products include gaming keyboard, mouse, Chairs, headsets, etc.


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  1. TopNegro
    August 7, 2019

    Xiaomi need more work to compete with Recent and Alibaba

    • Cyril Dieudonne
      August 8, 2019

      it does better quality as well, so shouldn’t be an issue. Tencent is a pile of trash. The only good stuffs they propose are only foreign acquisitions, such as Clash Royale, or adaptation of already running licenses, such as Chiji (PUBG), or copies of copies such as Arena of valor. Genuine garbage, pile of censorship.
      Something a bit out of this scope: what’s up with your Nickname???

    • TopNegro
      August 8, 2019

      Is Tencent really that shitty? You are correct rhough, just foreign acquisitions…

      As for the Nickname (lolz): it’s nothing special bro…it’s just a nickname. Between, I’m a negro and I don’t find the name offensive

    • Cyril Dieudonne
      August 12, 2019

      ye, Tencent is that shitty. I worked for them for few years. They are full of cash, as well as full of shit. Full of cash thanks to the gov and investors, and mainly brought by their messaging branches. Tencent spirit is dirty, and really really arrogant… for no obvious reasons. I was happy to quit and to join way better companies. I didn’t work for Xiaomi per se, so I can only extrapolate from what my friends who are working there report to me. And from what I see, hear and understand, it’s far far better at Xiaomi. Tencent leaks systematically everything to the government. And Tencent is on their knees when comes to promise they wil apply the CCP rules even beyond their expectations. Censorship, copies, arrogance, etc. Not the best image of Chinese industry, innit?