Xiaomi has once again reminded people of its excellence in a wide catalogue of tech devices, launching a ton of exceptional products in recent weeks.
The company has come out with a stunning new gadget in the form of the Redmi Monitor, which is touted as one of the cheapest 27-inch monitors in the market. Before launching the Redmi Monitor, Xiaomi came out with the RedmiBook Pro laptops, the AirDots 3 headphones, the 86-inch Redmi Max Smart TV, Redmi K40 Series, and more.
Interestingly, this is the first display monitor released by Xiaomi since the company debuted its first monitor billed the “Redmi 1A” in May last year.
Redmi Monitor specifications and features
In terms of design and appearance, the Redmi Monitor continues to employ the classic three-micro-edge design while there is no unnecessary protrusion at the back of the screen. Xiaomi claims that the thinnest part of the monitor’s display is just 7.5mm.
Coming to the configuration, the monitor uses a 27-inch FHD IPS display with a resolution of 1920x1080p. Moreover, it supports a refresh rate of 75Hz and the viewing angle will be as high as 178 degrees.
Courtesy of the IPS technology, the color display will come across as more transparent and pure and there will be higher light transmittance. The display utilizes an aspect ratio of 16:9, a contrast ratio of 1000:1 (TYP), a 100 percent sRGB wide color gamut, and a brightness of 300cd/m² (TYP).
In addition, the display also supports different angle adjustments and you can make use of five-way buttons for switching on the monitor, up and down, left and right. In terms of connectivity, it supports VGA, HDMI, and other interfaces.
That’s not it! The Redmi Monitor features a low blue light mode that prevents your eyes from getting fatigued even if you continuously stare at the screen for longer durations. Thus, it’ll be perfect for usage in offices, gaming, or binge-watching TV shows and movies.
Redmi Monitor price and availability
The Redmi Monitor packs a 27-inch Full-HD IPS display with a 75Hz refresh rate and low blue light mode, making it an exceptional device for your home or office use. The monitor is priced at 799 Yuan (approx. ₹9,000), which is higher than the 499 Yuan (approx. ₹5,700) of Redmi 1A. The monitor will officially go on sale on March 8 via Xiaomi Mall and Jingdong. While there is no official update on the device’s global launch, more details are expected to come out in the coming days and weeks.