Xiaomi has managed to make its way into most technology-based markets, and now that the company is celebrating its tenth anniversary, the Chinese technology giant has announced a number of new products, including the flagship phone Mi 10 Ultra, and, well, a completely transparent TV.
Despite the fact that this primarily sounds like a marketing stunt, the Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition will actually be available to customers in China from 16 August, where it will cost almost 65,000 kroner.
As both the name and the transcendental product video mention, you can see right through the TV both when it is switched on and when it shows content. Xiaomi claims that “the pictures seem to hang in the air.”
Apart from the obvious, the so-called transparent version of Mi LUX will have an OLED panel of 55 inches, 120 Hz refresh rate, support for 93% of the DCI-P3 color space and «150000: 1 static contrast, as well as an infinitely dynamic contrast. »
Of course, these specifications are impressive only to the extent that the furniture around the TV allows it – chairs, tables, walls and other things nearby (especially behind) will undoubtedly have a certain impact on what you see, and so does the light. one may have turned on in the room.
Although there has not yet been any information on whether Xiaomi will launch the TV globally (there is a certain possibility that this model will come and go in relative silence in the Asian market), it is still fascinating that transparent TVs have come so far that they can be mass-produced – this is of course a big step to take for this much needed technology.