Redmi TV Max 100” wants to improve home cinema with 120 Hz panel

In addition to announcing new smartphones from the Redmi K line, Xiaomi took the opportunity this Friday (18) to launch its new giant TV: the Redmi Max 100”. The device arrives with the purpose of making that home cinema session even more real and fluid, bringing an LCD panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, an evolution over the previous model. The price of all this experience, in direct conversion, is around R$ 16 thousand.

Xiaomi promises large-scale image show

The 100” Redmi TV Max is the successor to the 98” Redmi Smart TV Max, launched in 2020. The device retains 4K resolution, its processor is still quad-core, and the memory settings remain the same: 4 GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

As for software, Xiaomi bets on its own MIUI for TV. In addition, it has support for Wi-Fi 6, and three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDMI 2.1. The list of connections is completed with two USB 2.0 Type-A ports. 30W speakers are also present.

Redmi TV Max 100” is capable of playing content in Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR and HLG. It also carries IMAX Enhanced certification which, in short, attempts to deliver content at home more closely to what the director intended when designing it for IMAX theaters, improving immersion.

With the proposal of use for games, the Redmi TV Max 100” also supports AMD FreeSync, in addition to being compatible with MEMC technology, which interpolates additional images to make content that is originally produced at a faster frame rate more fluid. low.

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