Xiaomi has its full fingers in a number of tech pits, and for its tenth anniversary, Chinese tech giant announced a series of new products, including Smartphone with Mi 10 Ultra flag and… a fully transparent TV.
Despite the fact that there is a very important factor of innovation, Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition will actually be available to consumers in China from August 16, where it will cost a 49,999 Cold (approximately $ 7,200 / 5,500 / / 10,000 AU).
As its title suggests (and the transcendental video product), you can watch on TV both when it ̵6;s off and when it shows content, with Xiaomi claiming that “the images appear to be suspended in the air.”
Outside of its star feature, the Transparent Edition of the Mi TV LUX sports a 55-inch OLED panel, 120Hz refresh rate, 93% DCI-P3 color support, and “150000: 1 contrast status ratio and dynamic contrast ratio endless “.
Of course, all these glasses are as impressive as the TV environment allows – the furniture, walls and other objects you place behind it will undoubtedly have an impact on its clarity, as will the lighting situation of the room. .
While there is still no word on global availability (and there is every chance it will not leave the Asian market), the fact that a TV with transparent capabilities is at a point where it can be mass-produced is a big step forward for completely necessary technology.