Xiaomi recently launched a new desktop monitor in China. It’s officially called the Mi Display 1A and from the looks of it, it’s something of a follow-up to the brand’s previous Mi Display 1.
Specs-wise, the Mi Display 1A measures in at 23.8-inch, has a maximum display resolution of Full HD and a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz. Additionally, the monitor also has a 178° viewing angle and a 6ms response time. For ports, the monitor only has a single HDMI port, reflecting upon its entry-level status.
The details that set this monitor apart from its predecessor apparently, is the size of its bezels. Compared to the original Mi Display, the Mi Display 1A has narrower bezels, but that feature is a little harder to distinguish. Given how similar they both look.
In regards to its design, the Mi Display 1A sports a simple vertical spine and flat-top base. On that note, it doesn’t look like the monitor has an adjustable height slider built into the spine, but having said that, this is still just an entry-level monitor. So, perhaps having said feature could be a cost too far for it.
On the subject of cost, the Xiaomi Mi Display 1A is currently retailing for 699 Yuan (~RM434). At the time of writing, Xiaomi Malaysia did not specify when or if the monitor would be making its way to our shores.