Xiaomi is reportedly gearing up to launch a new monitor for e-Sports in the Chinese market. As per the reports, the company will launch a new eSports curved display monitor with a 34-inch screen having QHD+ resolution and 21:9 aspect ratio.
The report also adds that the display with come with 144Hz refresh rate and will be assisted by Century Innovative (Inno & Cn) for assembly. This new monitor aimed at gamers and is expected to get launched in November this year.
It is said that the Xiaomi eSports display can also be used as an extension of the Xiaomi gaming platform (Millet Tour Center). It quite evident that Xiaomi is strategically attempting to attract more and more gamers towards its products.
Xiaomi has already entered the gaming market and has launched several products aimed at those users. It recently launched the Mi Gaming Laptop 2019 powered by the latest 9th-generation Intel processors and up to 16GB RAM, for a starting price of 7,499 yuan, which roughly converts to $1,080.
It also has a lot of other products in the gaming lineup, including Gaming Keyboard, Mouse, Chairs, Headsets, etc. Redmi recently launched a gamepad for the Redmi K20 Pro smartphone. The company is also making gaming smartphones under Black Shark brand which has so far launched four smartphones, the latest being the Black Shark 2 Pro.