Xiaomi announced last Thursday (17) the launch of a TV called Redmi TV Max for the Chinese market. The generously proportioned TV has a 100-inch LCD screen and promises a cinematic experience, as well as a marked refresh at 120Hz.
If you only think of mobile phones when it comes to Xiaomi, know that the Asian brand extends its arms to a very large number of different products, such as routers, air purifiers, smart scales and even televisions. This latest example has gained a new rep straight from the Redmi division, with a massive 100-inch TV.
Redmi TV Max uses a metal body and offers very thin edges, promising 95% of the front of the TV occupied only by the image generated from the LCD panel. If when it comes to displaying colors and contrast, the liquid crystal does not attract much attention, in the update it is imposing: it is 120 Hz to please anyone what a gamer, especially to those who have managed to buy the current-gen consoles.
Redmi TV Max has Dolby Vision and DTS sound
To compensate for the lack of organic diodes, Redmi TV Max natively supports Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR and HLG, which are different types of dynamic range, all with native 4K resolution and decoded sound from DTS. To control all this, a quad-core processor is inside, along with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal space.
MIUI is the interface chosen by the company for the panel, allowing the use of fast Wi-Fi 6, three HDMI connections (one in HDMI 2.1 to take advantage of 120Hz) and two USB-A 2.0 ports. The sound has a power of 30 watts when the speakers built into the Redmi TV Max are added together.
Anyone who wants to play from a PC and has an AMD graphics card can take advantage of FreeSync to avoid screen breaks, in addition to MEMC for smoother generated animations.
When and how much?
The 100-inch Redmi TV Max doesn’t have a release date yet, but the price is set at 19,999 yuan in China. By converting the currency and without taking into account fees or taxes, this value is close to R$15.9 thousand.
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