CES 2017: Xiaomi's Chinese-Only Mi TV 4 Is Super Thin And Super-Powered

Xiaomi's Mi TV 4 rocks an impressive look and AI software meant to make browsing for content even easier. 

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Today during Xiaomi’s CES 2017 presentation, the company announced its newest television set in the form of the Mi TV 4, a high-end set with virtually zero bezel, a ridiculously thin 4.9mm frame, and a special modular system that keeps the panel on the back separate from the rest of the electronics, making for a cleaner, wire-free setup in your living room.

Not only that, but it’s an attractive piece of hardware that comes with a sounder that features 10 speakers, a subwoofer, two additional wireless speakers, and Dolby Atmos surround sound support. In addition, the PatchWall software included with the product uses artificial intelligence and deep dreaming technology to make browsing and obtaining content while browsing a much less painful experience. 

The 65-inch television will be launching in China for “well under $2,000” according to the presentation, which didn’t offer further details or a pinpointed price tag, but there will also be 59-inch and 49-inch available as well. Unfortunately, there were no announcements made about whether or not Western consumers might see a release of the television in the United States, so it looks like Chinese audiences will be the only audience getting a taste of this incredibly thin set for the time being.

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