Xiaomi to announce OLED gaming TV with NVIDIA G-SYNC tomorrow
Xiaomi is teasing a NVIDIA G-SYNC capable OLED TV, and it’s launching tomorrow. Details are scarce, but it might be pretty interesting if Xiaomi manages to price it right. They usually do, so fingers crossed.
We have not seen any big name NVIDIA G-SYNC displays recently, with many OEMs deciding to market G-SYNC Compatible as “G-SYNC support”. That’s quite wrong, but I guess NVIDIA is fine with that. Regarding the Xiaomi OLED gaming TV being, well, a TV, it should also be quite big. NVIDIA has been eerily quiet regarding their Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) program recently, so we aren’t sure if this is going to be parked under that.
If it is, the G-SYNC capable Xiaomi OLED gaming TV will at least tout a 75Hz refresh rate, support for HDR and wide color gamut, as well as low input latency and ULMB. Or just about everything you would expect from a gaming monitor, but scaled up to a TV’s dimensions. It should also feature HDMI 2.1, which is great news for any console gamers out there as well.
Pricing and availability is still unknown, but you can probably expect this to be a China-exclusive. Xiaomi has made several bespoke TVs in the past, but they aren’t available outside their homeland. Aside from this OLED gaming TV, Xiaomi is also expected to unveil several other OLED TVs tomorrow in China, so stay tuned!
Pokdepinion: I wonder if Xiaomi will make gaming OLED TVs affordable for all of us!