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Ian Evenden - Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34 review - pcgamer.com - China

Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34 review

Curves, eh? Curves, curves, curves. Not only is an opening like that going to bring in traffic from the seedier corners of Google search results, but it sums up the way your brain works when you're faced with a curved monitor. Unless you've been using one for some time, it's hard to sit in front of a curved monitor, even one as gentle as this one, the Xiaomi G34WQi, and see anything but the curve. CRT monitors used to bulge toward us, but now this one is there in your peripheral vision, the wider-than-wide aspect ratio offering you a slice into games that's more immersive than ever.

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Omar Sohail - Microsoft Wants Its Workforce In China To Switch To iPhones Permanently, As It Prioritizes Security By Banning Android Devices At Office Locations - wccftech.com - Usa - China - county Story - Hong Kong

Microsoft Wants Its Workforce In China To Switch To iPhones Permanently, As It Prioritizes Security By Banning Android Devices At Office Locations

Chinese employees working under Microsoft will soon be forced to switch to iPhones permanently on office premises as the software giant has ordered that all workers stop using Android smartphones. The company’s Secure Future Initiative is all about maintaining robust security, and since any device that is not running iOS has a higher chance of a breach, it makes sense for Microsoft to make this move.

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Ian Evenden - Xiaomi G27i review - pcgamer.com - Usa

Xiaomi G27i review

'Buy cheap, buy twice' is a common maxim in the tech industry. The idea being that while the idea of saving a little money may be a short-term gain, you'll eventually become dissatisfied with the product, or it'll simply break, and you'll end up buying another one and spending more money than you would have if you'd just forked out for the better quality thing in the first place. There are, however, some products that manage to be both cheap and of good quality, though they can be few and far between and often include a little corner-cutting along the way.

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Omar Sohail - Apple’s iPhone Is Not The Only Category Struggling In China, As The Company’s AirPods Range Is Being Beaten By Local Brands Too, According To New Data - wccftech.com - China

Apple’s iPhone Is Not The Only Category Struggling In China, As The Company’s AirPods Range Is Being Beaten By Local Brands Too, According To New Data

As iPhone shipments slowly see a downward trajectory in China, Apple would hope that its other categories, such as AirPods, would offset its losses in the region, as its wireless earbuds are generally inexpensive compared to the rest of the lineup and should be a popular pick amongst buyers. Unfortunately, the same story repeats itself in this category, with the company losing to local brands in the TWS market for Q1 2024.

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Xiaomi G34WQi Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor Review - mmorpg.com

Xiaomi G34WQi Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor Review

The Xiaomi G34WQi Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor is for budget-conscious consumers. It features HDR 10 support, AMD FreeSync Premium, and up to a 180Hz refresh rate all in a 34” WQHD 3440x1440 VA panel. It comes as an upgrade from Xiaomi’s previous iteration, which last saw an updated model released in 2022.

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Aaron Mamiit - Walmart dropped the price of this cheap gaming monitor to just $130 - digitaltrends.com

Walmart dropped the price of this cheap gaming monitor to just $130

You don’t need to spend several hundreds of dollars to get a decent display for your gaming setup because there are affordable options like the Xiaomi G27i gaming monitor. The good news is that it’s currently even cheaper following a $110 discount from Walmart that slashes its price from $240 to only $130. With an average rating of 4.7 stars out of 5 after more than 700 reviews, we think stocks of this gaming monitor are already flying off the shelves, so you need to make your purchase right now if you don’t want to miss out on this offer.

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Omar Sohail - Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 Rumored To Be Tested With Xiaomi’s Redmi K80 Pro, Chipset’s High Price Could Force The Flagship To Become More Expensive - wccftech.com - China

Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 Rumored To Be Tested With Xiaomi’s Redmi K80 Pro, Chipset’s High Price Could Force The Flagship To Become More Expensive

Xiaomi has always been one of Qualcomm’s phone partners that gets to announce its flagships with a premium chipset first. When it comes to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 that we will most likely see getting announced in October, the Chinese company is once more said to have priority on the announcements, but only for its high-end offerings.

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Omar Sohail - Xiaomi Will Be Qualcomm’s First Smartphone Partner To Announce Its Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 Flagship, Followed By OnePlus - wccftech.com - North Korea - China

Xiaomi Will Be Qualcomm’s First Smartphone Partner To Announce Its Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 Flagship, Followed By OnePlus

A few of Qualcomm’s phone partners always make an appearance at the company’s annual Snapdragon Summit to reveal which of their devices will be powered by the next flagship chipset. Historically, Xiaomi has always been the first to announce its premium offering for next year, and according to a tipster, the Chinese manufacturer will retain those exclusive rights when it unveils its first Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 smartphone. However, showcasing a launch is one thing, and making it officially available to purchase is another.

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