Xiaomi Mi TV Lux Transparent Edition: The tech world is just full of surprises and along with other tech companies, Xiaomi is bent on surprising users. Xiaomi recently released the transparent version of the Mi TV Lux and there are lots of talking points.
First, this new transparent TV from Xiaomi is not just well packed but its also very cheap. Just before tell you about the price, its good we talk about the highlights of the new transparent Mi TV Lux.
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Tech companies are taking luxury to another level and with each passing year, it will even get better. Few years ago, the idea of having a slim TV such as plasmas were faint.
But, this new era is not just about slim or plasma TV’s but transparent TVs. It sometimes make you wonder, how did we get here. From the regular big box TV to a now transparent TV? We just have to wait to see what next.
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With that said, let’s get to see the key features of this new transparent TV from Xiaomi.
Key Features of the Xiaomi Mi TV Lux Transparent Edition
Below are some of the key features of this new TV from Xiaomi
- It is transparent (which is obvious incase you are still missing the point)
- Uses an OLED display
- 55 inch transparent display
- 5.7mm ultra-thin display
- MediaTek 9650 flagship TV chipset
- 120Hz refresh rate
- Supports Dolby ATMOS
The features above are what you get when you buy the new Mi TV Lux transparent edition. While we are yet to see life performance of this new transparent Xiaomi TV, we are sure it will be quite something interesting.
The Price of Xiaomi Mi TV Lux Transparent Edition
The official price for the new Xiaomi Mi TV Lux transparent Edition is $7,200. And this price is relatively cheap considering the price of previously released transparent TVs from other companies.
For example, the LG transparent TV cost about $25,000 which was produced in very limited quantity. This new transparent TV from Xiaomi will be the first mass produced transparent TV.
What do you think about transparent TV’s? Is it a technology we should have? Tell us what you think about the Mi TV Lux transparent edition via your comment below.