Xiaomi has announced a slew of products during an event in China. The brand has launched a new 4K HDR Mi TV 4 and its first Mi VR Standalone headset. The TV comes with a price tag of 8,999 Yuan, which roughly translate to Rs 95,000, while the VR headset is priced at for 1,499 Yuan (approx. Rs 15,000) for the 32GB storage, while the 64GB storage option comes with a price tag of 1,799 Yuan (approx. Rs 19,000).
Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone
Starting with the standalone VR headset from Xiaomi, it is developed in partnership with Facebook’s Oculus. Unlike other VR headsets available in the market, this one is a standalone meaning that it will not require any computer or smartphone or any other extra hardware in order to operate.
The headset features an LCD panel that comes with a 2K display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The standalone VR headset is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, which is Qualcomm’s flagship processor. The gadget comes in two storage variant, the base model sporting 32GB storage, while the top-end model featuring 64GB storage.
The device comes bundled with a somatosensory intuitive controller that basically tracks user’s movements. The headset is backed by a 2600mAh battery and it also features 3.5mm audio jack. The company claims the Mi VR Standalone is compatible with virtually every third-party audio accessory on the market.
Xiaomi Mi TV 4
Moving to the Mi TV 4, the device comes loaded with a 75-inch 4K HDR Ultra HD display and it features a thickness of 11.4mm. the TV to run on a 64-bit A53 quad-core processor featuring a Mali-T830 GPU. Besides that, the TV also supports 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The TV comes loaded with Xiao Ai voice assistant. It also features Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound and on the connectivity front, you get WiFi and Bluetooth. This is company’s largest LED TV yet.