07/01/2017

Xiaomi Unveils MiTV 4, 30% Thinner Than iPhone



The number once difference between Xiaomi and other OEM is that they do things differently. At the CES 2017, Xiaomi unveiled a mind blowing Mi TV  4 thinner than iPhone, a modular TV. It is Xiaomi first product that supports the latest Dolby Atmos standard for a truly cinema-grade experience.



Highlights of MiTV 4

1. Frameless with barely any bezels; our thinnest TV yet at only 4.9mm at its thinnest point, 37% thinner than Mi MIX, 30% thinner than an iPhone


2. Mi TV Bar integrated with 10 speakers, 2 wireless rear satellite speakers, and a beautifully designed subwoofer


3. Supports latest Dolby Atmos cinema-grade audio technology—one of the first TVs in the world to integrate this; 2 up-firing speakers in Mi TV 4 give you an immersive 3D sound experience


4. Modular TV design separates the TV display from the electronics, allowing you to quickly upgrade to get the latest features and functionality by simply swapping out your Mi TV Bar
5. Mi Port - single cable that connects Mi TV Bar to the display and carries all signals to and from the display for a cleaner look


6. Understated transparent stand makes Mi TV 4 look suspended in the air even without mounting on the wall

7. It comes in different sizes so you have the options to make a choice

- Well under $2000 or equivalent depending on the size you choose; ships in China later this year.


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14 comments :

  1. So den go get 32inch size..?

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  2. Another monster gadget....but the price in this recession is another topic

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  3. I always look forward to this consumer electronics show every year, you'll always see unbelievable technology exhibited

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  4. If the TV is not DIGITAL TV they are just warming up

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  5. Beautiful! I love to use xiaomi product, but financially handicaps for now.

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  6. 48" is good for a sitting room depending on how large/small the room is.

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  7. Correct the header for this post xiomi

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  8. Nice gadget but expensive.. Yomi I want to know if Banks in Nigeria has increased using naira master card limit. It was initially 100$

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  9. Good morning Prof, Can i get your email address or your phone number, i really have something very urgent and important to discuss with you. Thanks in anticipation.

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  10. With the latest tariff increase on luxury goods in Nigeria 🇳🇬, this will be a no-go area for many people. The phone I'm using now was sold for N32,500 4 months ago. Today, because of the tariff increase, it's gone up to N52,000!

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  11. mehn. dis device's hot... how i wish i can lay ma hands on it

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