Photos : xaomi communications produces Mi TV 4 with the tiniest display screen in the world.

  Xiaomi unveils ‘very thin’ modular Mi TV 4,
white ceramic Mi Mix smartphone, Mi Router
xaomi unveils    mi TV 4 tiniest TV set
tiniest smallest TV set in the world mi TV 4
Photo credit : Ken Yeung/VentureBeat

“Mi TV 4 is the thinnest TV yet, measuring 4.9
millimeters, practically disappearing when
viewed from at a flat angle,” claimed Hugo
Barra, Xiaomi’s vice president of international,
on stage at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The television has no frames and “barely any
bezels,” with a metal back cover and
transparent stand. It ships with Patchwall, the
Xiaomi proprietary user interface layer that’s
built on Android. The device uses artificial
intelligence to surface relevant content for
each user, gleaning insight from 44 million
movies, 1.52 million comments, and 600,000
in-depth reviews.
Barra boasted: “We put a lot of thought in
designing Patchwall. We believe it’s a
substantial improvement over any [smart] TV
This TV is the smallest in the world. Because the Mi TV 4 is a modular television,
it’s easier to customize the device to your
liking. The television is separate from the
electronics, so if you wanted better audio, you
need only purchase another sound bar, not
scrap your entire TV. Xiaomi said that only
one wire is needed to connect all the
electronics with the display. The Mi TV 4
comes with 10 integrated speakers, 2 wireless
satellite speakers, and a subwoofer. It also
supports Dolby Atmos.
Mi TV 4 comes in three sizes — 49 inches, 55
inches, and 65 inches — and goes on sale
later this year in China for “well under” $
2,000. venturebeat
Flat-panel displays are electronic viewing
technologies used to enable people to see
content (still images, moving images, text, or
other visual material) in a range of
entertainment, consumer electronics, personal
computer, and mobile devices, and many types
of medical, transportation and industrial
equipment. They are far lighter and thinner
than traditional cathode ray tube (CRT)
television sets and video displays and are
usually less than 10 centimetres (3.9 in)
thick. Flat-panel displays can be divided into
two display device categories: volatile and
static. Volatile displays require that pixels be
periodically electronically refreshed to retain
their state (e.g., Liquid-crystal displays (LCD)
). A volatile display only shows an image
when it has battery or AC mains power. Static
flat-panel displays rely on materials whose
color states are bistable (e.g., e-book reader
tablets from Sony ), and as such, flat-panel
displays retain the text or images on the
screen even when the power is off. As of 2016,
flat-panel displays have almost completely
replaced old CRT displays. In many 2010-era
applications, specifically small portable
devices such as laptops, mobile phones,
smartphones , digital cameras , camcorders ,
point-and-shoot cameras , and pocket video
cameras , any display disadvantages of
flatscreens (as compared with CRTs) are made
up for by portability advantages (thinness and
lightweightness) .
Most 2010s-era flat-panel displays use LCD
and/or LED technologies. Most LCD screens
are back-lit to make them easier to read or
view in bright environments. Flat-panel
displays are thin and lightweight and provide
better linearity and they are capable of higher
resolution than typical consumer-grade TVs
from earlier eras. The highest resolution for
consumer-grade CRT TVs was 1080i ; in
contrast, many flatscreens can display 1080p
or even 4K resolution . As of 2016, some
devices that use flatscreens, such as tablet
computers, smartphones and less, commonly,
laptops, use touchscreens , a feature that
enables users to select onscreen icons or
trigger actions (e.g., playing a digital video)
by touching the screen. Many touchscreen-
enabled devices can display a virtual QWERTY
or numeric keyboard on the screen, to enable
the user to type words or numbers.
A multifunctional monitor (MFM ) is a flat-
panel display that has additional video inputs
(more than a typical LCD monitor ) and is
designed to be used with a variety of external
video sources, such as VGA input, HDMI input
from a VHS VCR or video game console and,
in some cases, a USB input or card reader for
viewing digital photos). In many instances, an
MFM also includes a TV tuner, making it
similar to a LCD TV that offers computer
connectivity. Wikipedia
Congrats to xaomi communications for their ingenuity in producing televisions with the thinnest display screen in the world. [ mi TV 4 ] .

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