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[10% off Everything & Free Shipping] Xiaomi 34'' Curved Monitor $628, iPhones, Huawei, OPPO, Laptop, Tablets, Audio @ Mobileciti

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I am glad to offer hottest xiaomi 34 inch curved monitor for $628, may not be the cheapest if compare with China Version/grey imported stock, but still good value for Xiaomi Australia official stock with 2 years warranty replacement warranty, also offer 10% off everything and free shipping!

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  • Price in title tho

  • No pixel 4a 🙃

  • $266.40 for the Oppo A52 isn't bad.

  • Anyone that has purchased this monitor that would recommend? What's the response time like, any bad ghosting?

    • I have this monitor and its felt more than fine for me in all regards, never seen any ghosting with the "response time" setting on medium, as far as latency goes i'm not really one to notice latency unless its really bad so I dont really feel like my opinion will be too representative of most people, but i've never had any issues with latency at all.

      • Appreciate the feedback. I'm leaning more towards getting it. Always wanted an ultrawide monitor. Ghosting is just something that annoys me, so good to hear it's not really a issue.

        • Also have it. Very good monitor for the price IMO.

        • There's definitely ghosting if you're used to IPS, even with all the settings adjusted I noticed it

          • @ohhidayo: Yeah i don't look for it and haven't noticed. Really impressed with the curve though, suits ultrawide perfectly, feels kinda cinematic. Big upgrade over my lg ultrawide 34" flat. Contrast and resolution great

            • @wozz: Yeah everything else is great, it just depends on what pros and cons you can accept. The 34 with curve is awesome though, so cinematic and immersive for games

              • @ohhidayo: Is the ghosting that bad you didn't keep it/wished you had gone IPS?

                I am trying to decide between this or just bite the bullet and pay double for an LG IPS.

                • @blackfalcon53: Here's my comment on another post:

                  Bought the screen and returned it for refund.
                  Couple of things to note and why I ended up asking for a refund:
                  - dead pixel on boot, have a really good look for them as the pixels are tiny on these higher res screens
                  - VA smearing to me even at High setting and 144hz was noticeable, a very obvious red trail would appear at night with the blue screen filter on
                  - As I'm used to an IPS screen, the ghosting was too noticeable that it kind of reminded me of a very mild version of Halo Reach Cinematics (even though I have a really old, low end IPS)

                  In the end I returned it due to fears of QC and longevity, mainly because as per chance my Xiaomi bidet just completely died out of no where, searching the ozb forums I found multiple people with the same issue (dying at around 18m), that's pretty worrying to me. However if I were to purchase it I would go with Gearbite, they actually have pretty decent after sales support (I originally purchased from Allphones).

                  Just my 2c if you were on the fence

                  • @ohhidayo: Thanks! That was helpful.

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                    @ohhidayo: Hi ohhidayo

                    Sorry to hear this, every product has small percentage on the failure rate, with Monitor so far our return rate around 1%.

                    In the end I returned it due to fears of QC and longevity, mainly because as per chance my Xiaomi bidet just completely died out of no where

                    if you fears of QC and logevity, you may want consider on the official Australia stock, not only you get warranty from seller also protected by ACL, any chance if seller no longer with business you still able to claim warranty with official service center. with Monitor it come with 2 years replacement warranty. Feel free to PM me or our store rep if you need any help.

                    • @AHUANG: Hi AHuang,

                      Could you tell me where the official service centre is? I was under the impression there is no official Xiaomi in Australia, only another business operating under their name.

        • @ohhidayo

          Appreciate that. Im coming from a VA panel that was bought a few years ago, ghosting is pretty bad on it but if the xiaomi monitor is an improvement, I can deal with that even if there still some ghosting.

    • Keen for this feedback too. I would be using it for work also so interested to hear how it compare to having 2x 24" monitors. I kind of hate the idea of having to do split screen but it might be ok.

      • I'm using it for work - not in splitscreen mode, but just docking windows left and right to split them. It's been great - good size and crisp.

        • Thank you. Ordered one. I am going to use this in splitscreen mode (in Citrix) - hopefully works well for my WFH.

          • @Must Buy More: I think you’ll be very happy. Just note they only have a DisplayPort cable in the box if you need to set yourself up with dongles or HDMI cables etc. I was very thankful I found a previously unnecessary but ozbargained cable… knew it was worth stashing. ;-)

      • I've been using it for 2 weeks now, love it!

  • Damn good price for p30

    • Real question is, is it still worth getting considering that there would seemingly not be anymore future Android updates?

      Edit: did a bit more research. Turns out, EMUI 10 blocks the ability to use your own launcher out of the box. Good price, but I'll pass

  • Thanks. Picked up a Redmi Note 9 Pro for $439.20. Not as cheap as grey imports but local stock and 2 year warranty is a big plus for me. Also a reliable outfit who I have purchased from before so know the stock is legit and support is good. First Xiaomi handset though so will see how it goes.

    • I wonder why the Redmi 8 Pro is the same RRP

      • Xiaomi released a 9 Pro Max that's a proper upgrade to the 8 Pro. The 8 Pro is actually better than the 9 Pro in a lot of ways, it has a faster but less efficient MediaTek SoC, vs the mid range Snapdragon in the 9 Pro that's efficient and gives qualcomms faster charging but is slower. It has a better camera module (the GW1 in the 8 Pro and the GM2 in the 9 Pro were released at the same time, the GW1 is better) although a lower aperture.

        The whole thing is definitely a sidegrade, although not surprising since they came out less than 6 months apart. Personally I'm weighing up my options at the moment and will probably just go with the A71, faster SoC, GW1 sensor, Samsung's better camera software, a headphone jack and that gorgeous AMOLED screen. Plus my experience with Samsung warranties is excellent. Probably worth it for $160 more.

        • Thanks for that comprehensive feedback

        • Xiaomi released a 9 Pro Max that's a proper upgrade to the 8 Pro.

          The 9 Pro Max is for India and is equivalent to the global 9 Pro being sold here (but has a higher 32MP selfie cam). Their "9 Pro" is actually the global 9S.

          it has a faster but less efficient MediaTek SoC, vs the mid range Snapdragon in the 9 Pro that's efficient and gives qualcomms faster charging but is slower.

          The good thing about the snapdragon chipsets is the ability to have much better support for gcam ports though.

          It has a better camera module (the GW1 in the 8 Pro and the GM2 in the 9 Pro were released at the same time, the GW1 is better) although a lower aperture.

          The 9 Pro/Pro Max also uses the same 64MP GW1 sensor as the 8 Pro. It's the 9S that uses the 48MP GM2 sensor. The 8 Pro's selfie cam is better though (20MP f2.0 vs 16MP f2.5)

          https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=10217&idPhone...

          Mobileiciti has probably just kept the initial launch RRP of the 8 Pro on their website. It is now listed for $449 on Xiaomi's own site. The 9 Pro isn't even listed yet on their own site btw.

    • Doesn't Mi OS give u ads nowadays?

  • No more iPads?

  • iPhone SE 128gb for $744 seems like a pretty decent price to me

  • Will cashrewards or Cashback track if using this code?

  • Looks like some good deals. What phone would you recommend in the $500 mark for instagram, emails, podcasts, text etc for my wife. Not interested in gaming or watching movies. I am looking at the OPPO Reno 2Z or the Samsung Galaxy A51. Looking for a phone on the smaller size 6.4 or 6.5"

  • Anyone that has this monitor, can you please share your feedback on this monitor for photo and video editing? Will it look weird to edit with that wide screen?

    Thank you

    • Most of the comments in the other posts about VA panels are accurate. I find that the out of box colours are a bit more saturated and contrasty. Blacks are indeed very contrasty which I enjoy. I have a cheapy IPS panel (calibrated by DataColor) as a second monitor and it's a bit more dull(?). Easy comparison I did was comparing the orange of the OzB banner.

      When editing photos via Affinity photo, I just move my browser back and forth to see.

      • which monitor is more dull?

        can you post some side by side images of the two monitors with same picture or video?

        is the ghosting not good on this xiaomi monitor?

      • I was thinking of getting a spyderx. But some say calibrating is not worth it as it makes the display less vibrant and people who calibrate will anyway make the image more vivid to enjoy it. Is this true? I am just thinking wheather to get the spyder or not. What are your thoughts?

        • I believe it's worth calibrating it, but you have to set it to multiple profiles. I am unsure about less vibrant, but the settings it would ask me is to lower contrast and brightness. I just use the DataColor 3 from years ago. It would set a profile for sunlight, indoor warm and cool ambient lighting.

  • This has become almost a weekly post with no significant price reduction. More of an ad than a deal

    • I have to agree with this one. Just look at how many similar posts in the past two weeks with very similar or slightly lower prices. I reckon Xiaomi has shipped two containers of these monitors recently, and started this advertisement campaign.

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      Thanks for your feedback, everyday I have received OZB PM request the monitor deal, therefore I have appoach vendor and business to support this.

  • How do I get free shipping?
    It say flat rate $7.8 for a Samsung DEX cable

  • Hi Rep,

    Any chance you had the iPhone SE 2020 128gb available in White?