Nubia RedMagic is famous for introducing its self-named gaming monitors in China. While it has features resembling other gaming laptops of the same variant and range, it has something unique to offer its users.
What makes the RedMagic gaming monitor so popular and distinguished is its Mini LED backlights and capacity to operate at 4K res with 160 Hz. So, isn’t it super fast for being a gaming monitor?
Recently, RedMagic launched its gaming monitor beside its 7S series new Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset. And at this point, this new gaming monitor from RedMagic is available for purchase within the boundaries of China. Its estimated price point supposedly starts from 4,999 Yuan, which comes to around $694.
RedMagic announced they would take pre-orders for this 4K Gaming Monitor. When we go by the variety of this 4K Gaming Monitor, there are currently two of them.
- RedMagic 4K Gaming Monitor (27 inches) – 4999 yuan ($694)
- RedMagic 4K Wireless Projection Model – 6499 yuan (903)
Besides the 4K version, the 2K edition of the RedMagic Gaming Monitor, without Mini LED Backlights, operates at 240 Hz and 400 nits.
RedMagic 4K Gaming Monitor specs
- Screen – 27-inch Mini-LED AUO 7.0 2nd-gen display panel, 2304 lamp beads, 99% Adobe RGB color gamut, 1152 independent partitions, 99% DC-P3 color gamut
- Response time – 1ms
- Display – Supports NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync
- Mini LED Backlights
- DisplayHDR 1000 certification
- TUV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification
- Ultra high-frequency PWM dimming
- Ports – Supports HDMI 2.1 USB type C
- Reverse power supply – 90W capacity
The RedMagic 4K Gaming Monitor also has a stand for stability that is highly functional with height adjustment features and rotational adjustment.
On the other side, the RedMagic 4K Wireless projection is also commendable with its self-contained mmWave (millimeter-wave) wireless projection display technology. It supports low latency lossless image quality transmission. For the unversed, mmWave wireless projection technology enable the user to connect the mobile to the monitor display wirelessly at a quick speed, frequency, and ultra-low latency times.
Now, the famous Nubia smartphone brand owns RedMagic. And the technology used in these Gaming Monitors is from Red Devils, which again is a sub-brand of Nubia’s parent company, ZTE.
Since the brand is only taking pre-orders at this point, it would be hard for customers outside of China to get them in their hands. Regardless, there has been no announcement yet for retailing the RedMagic 4K Gaming Monitor outside China.