Xiaomi launched at CES 2017 Mi TV 4, , our thinnest TV to date—thinner than almost any smartphone in the market today.
Nowadays everyone wants performance as thin TVs. That’s exactly what Xiaomi launched at CES 2017 in a market monopolized by video.
Frameless with barely any bezels; our thinnest TV yet at only 4.9mm at its thinnest point, 37% thinner than Mi MIX, 30% thinner than an iPhone
– Mi TV Bar integrated with 10 speakers, 2 wireless rear satellite speakers, and a beautifully designed subwoofer
– Supports latest Dolby Atmos cinema-grade audio technology—one of the first TVs in the world to integrate this; 2 up-firing speakers in Mi TV 4 give you an immersive 3D sound experience
– Modular TV design separates the TV display from the electronics, allowing you to quickly upgrade to get the latest features and functionality by simply swapping out your Mi TV Bar
– Mi Port – single cable that connects Mi TV Bar to the display and carries all signals to and from the display for a cleaner look
– Understated transparent stand makes Mi TV 4 look suspended in the air even without mounting on the wall
It’s our thinnest smart TV ever at 4.9mm, and ships with PatchWall, our AI-based recommendations UI, follows our modular TV design, and is our first product that supports the latest Dolby Atmos standard. Dolby Atmos differs from the typical sound system by giving you a 3 dimensional sound stage. You can hear sounds all around you, including ABOVE you. Instead of having to place speakers at your ceiling, Mi TV 4 uses two up-firing speakers, that are basically pointed at the ceiling which reflects the sound to give you an immersive 3-dimensional experience
As movie buffs, we know how sound systems is every bit as important as the screen. Mi TV Bar Mi TV 4 ships with 10 speakers integrated into the Mi TV bar + 2 wireless rear satellite speakers + a sleek subwoofer. More importantly, it is eqiupped with Dolby Atmos sound system a very advanced cinema-grade audio technology.
A single cable connects the Mi TV Bar via a Mi Port to the display so you’re not fussed with messy connection cables. You’re getting clean wiring that sits neatly in your homes.
Mi TV comes with patch wall, a UI layer on top of the Android OS that’s based on deep learning AI technology. It uses a large amount of meta data about movies and TV shows, cross-referenced with your own history to make intelligent content recommendations tailored to you.
Here’s how it compares to a typical TV. The difference is markedly noticeable. Even the back is made to look extremely compact. The back cover only goes up to about 30% of the height of the display. We’ve also designed a very understated transparent stand, so that even if you prefer not to mount the TV, it will still look like its suspended in the air.
Well under $2000 or equivalent; ships in China later this year