Redmi’s First Curved 30-inch Monitor at $235 – Raphblog


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According to a source online, the sales of the first curved Redmi monitor began today in China. The device is built on the basis of the VA panel with a diagonal of 30 inches and a resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels. The radius of curvature is 1.8m, and the refresh rate is 200Hz. The monitor also supports AMD Freesync dynamic synchronization technology to prevent the game screen from being stuck and laggy.

The display provides coverage of 126% of the sRGB colour space, the declared maximum brightness and contrast ratio is 300 cd / m2 and 3000: 1. There is also support for DC Dimming technology and a TÜV Rheinland certificate confirming a reduced proportion of blue colour in the backlight.

The monitor comes with a stand that allows you to change the angle of the panel. In terms of video connectors, there are two HDMI and one DisplayPort. The price of the Redmi Curved Monitor 30-inch, clearly aimed at gamers, is 1499 yuan (about $235 USD and ₦98,000 in Nigeria).

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