Xiaomi to launch a 27-inch gaming monitor with a 165Hz refresh rate

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is doing a lot in the technology industry. While many people know this company as a “smartphone company”, Xiaomi is actually more than that.  In fact, it started out as an internet company and its first smartphone arrived a year later. Now, Xiaomi is involved in the production of a plethora of devices. For monitors, the company is quite good and even its Redmi sub-brand has some monitors to its name. Now, there reports that Xiaomi is working on a 27-inch gaming monitor.

Xiaomi Monitor

According to reports, the Xiaomi 27-inch gaming monitor will come with a refresh rate of 165Hz. In addition, Xiaomi’s 30000 mAh mobile power supply will also be launched. Furthermore, there are also reports that the Xiaomi 27-inch gaming monitor will be available in July.

Gizchina News of the week

Xiaomi’s 24.5-inch gaming monitor will be available in September, and Xiaomi’s 29.5 or 27-inch 4K monitor will be available in November. The Redmi brand will also have plans for 27-inch ordinary monitors, 27-inch gaming monitors, and 23.8-inch gaming monitors. The availability period for the Redmi’s lineup is not in the public domain for now.

In other news, Xiaomi’s new upgraded 65W Type-C charger is now on the shelves. Recall that in March 2020, Xiaomi launched four 65W PD chargers. These chargers come with model numbers AD65G, AD653, AD651, and MDY-11-EB. Among them, the AD651 charger is different because it does not support the Xiaomi proprietary agreement. The other three products support it.

After selling for a period of time, the AD651 was taken off the shelf. Recently, the product was put on the shelf again. This time, there is a change in the model number. It is now AD651P and it supports the Xiaomi proprietary agreement.  This means that it can now deliver a 50W MAX fast charge with the Xiaomi Mi 10 and other devices.

Read Also:  Xiaomi to launch a new "iPhone" - See what the phone offers

In daily use, the AD651P is no different from common PD chargers, including 5V3A / 9V3A / 12V3A / 15V3A / 20V3.25A. These commonly used PDOs can provide up to 65W of PD fast charging, suitable for laptops and tablets.

Xiaomi AD651P comes with some upgrades

According to the information on Xiaomi’s official website, it takes 1 hour 50 minutes to fill the MacBook Pro 13 and 2 hours 25 minutes to fill the Mi Notebook Pro 15.6. The AD651P measures 50mm x 50mm x 28mm, which is 27% smaller than the previous generation 65W PD charger. It adopts the foldable plug design and the pins perfectly folds in the shell when going out to avoid scratching each other with items.

Source/VIA :
Previous Vivo S6 Pro 5G specs leaked: Snapdragon 765G and 4 rear cameras
Next MediaTek 8K Smart TV chip S900 is ready