Xiaomi Mi Curved 34" Freesync Gaming Monitor 144Hz WQHD Ultrawide $569 + Delivery (Free with First) @ Kogan


Was out of STOCK for a while, now back in Stock.

I have been keeping an eye out for this price point, as I missed the first lot of it.

$569 at Kogan delivered with Kogan First, can get a free 14 day trial and cancel before the trial is up.

With brightness up to 300nits and a high 3000:1 contrast ratio, the Xiaomi Mi 34” WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor displays clear, vivid beautiful images from blinding white to midnight black.

34” 21:9 UltraWide SVA Curved display
3440 × 1440 WQHD resolution
AMD Radeon FreeSync technology
4ms response time
2x HDMI (v2.0) and 2x DisplayPort (v1.4)

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  • Showing as shipping on the 2nd of November, not sure I would count that as back in stock.

  • Yeh, that is a bummer. Previous stock when it was available was back in August for late September shipping as well. I guess am just more sucker for the price point and happy to wait :)

  • Not buying till it is under $500.

    Hopefully soon.

  • whats the deal with this monitor? is it OZ fav?

    • I dunno bout others , for me its the following:

      Price point


      21:9 UltraWide Panoramic View


      Freesync &

      Vivid colors

      The reviews on YouTube seem to be mostly positive.

      As a hardcore gamer and a professional, it serves plethora of purposes.

  • This product is an international version and is covered by Kogan.com warranty.

    Is this anything to be worried about?

  • Is this good for multi-tasking…? I bought a 2k 31.5" but the text lacks clarity… I am planning to swap it, Is this is a good alternative or Should I go 4K 32 inch? Thanks

    • One of the videos I watched, it said that "Professional" should use third party video calibration software for best use of these screens apparently. I definitely intend to use one of them, I will do more research around which is a all around good software. Happy to take suggestions if anyone know of good ones :)

      • I think the "Professional" they refer to might be the Video/Image editors bcz color reproduction is important in their line of work or maybe Professional gamers… For the IT Professionals, I don't think the color really matters…unless the work is GUI based…