The 55-inch device is extremely spectacular, but it is questionable whether the design has practical benefits.
Xiaomi celebrates the tenth anniversary of its founding with an extravagant new product: the company unveils the Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition television, a fully transparent OLED comes with a display. It’s not a concept device flashing at shows, the TV will be available to order back in August for $ 7,200 – at least in China. All electronics except the display from the device were moved to the base by the manufacturer so that they did not obscure the view. The TV has impressive capabilities beyond transparency, the 55-inch OLED panel produces a 120-hertz refresh rate and a 1-millisecond response time at a contrast ratio of 150,000: 1, and covers 93 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
It is highly questionable how useful the transparent design is in practice, as the TV has to be placed against a dark background for a better TV experience (it cannot be mounted on the wall due to the base), but it is certainly a very unique and spectacular product. , which is also the first series-produced television with a transparent panel – so some are sure to hit it just because of the “wow factor”.