Xiaomi presented the world's first mass-produced transparent TV, the Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition during its XNUMXth anniversary.
At a purchase price that is expected to be around $ 7.200 (€ 6900, ¥ 50.000 RMB), Mi Lux TV, the new transparent TV will be released the day after tomorrow, August 16, 2020.
The world's first mass-produced transparent TV
The new product recalls the company's minimalist design and previous versions. The colossal 55-inch ultra-thin features a clear, edge-to-edge self-illuminating design. At just 5,7mm thick, the TV appears to suspend images in the air and looks like a normal glass panel when turned off.
The new Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition contains all its processing units within the base holder, reinventing the traditional TV design. The OLED panel of the. Transparent TV has a static contrast ratio of 150.000: 1, as well as an infinite dynamic contrast ratio, which means it supports deep blacks and unprecedented brightness.
Transparent TV with more colors than eyes can see
Mi Lux TV uses 3% DCI-P93 color spectrum support, and the 10-bit display employs a combination of 1,07 billion colors, far more than human eyes can see.
That's not all: with a refresh rate of 120Hz, the TV guarantees a response speed of 1ms, which means low latency, smooth and clear motion.
The new transparent TV uses Xiaomi's AI Master smart engine, along with a custom MediaTek 9650 TV chip, and comes with more than 20 optimization algorithms designed to optimize five main usage scenarios and fine-tune graphics resolutions intelligently.
Thanks to Dolby Atmos support, the device detects the type of content being viewed and decides which sound mode best suits the scene. The Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition also features a fully customizable interface that provides meticulous control over the visual features built into the TV.