The earbuds arrive as the global version of Mi AirDots Pro 2, featuring an AirPods-like design, gesture controls, and electronic noise cancellation. The company has also launched a Mi AIoT Router that supports up to 128 devices.
The Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 feature an AirPods-inspired design with a white plastic body, in-ear fit, and gesture controls. It also has integrated sensors that help automatically pause music when the earbuds are removed.
The Bluetooth-enabled earbuds pack 14.2mm drivers, environmental noise cancellation, and support high-definition tone technology (LHDC) that is touted to deliver high-quality sound output.
The Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 offers 4 hours of music playback on a single charge, while the rechargeable carry case offers up to 14 hours of additional battery life. The case can charge fully in around an hour via USB Type-C port.
Xiaomi has also launched a Mi AIoT Router (AC2350) that comes with seven external power amplifiers, seven antennas, a Qualcomm chip, and a dedicated AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) antenna for IoT devices.
The router can offer a Wi-Fi speed of up to nearly 2.2Gbps over a Wi-Fi 5 connection and support as many as 128 devices.
The earbuds cost €79.99 (Rs. 6,700) while the Mi AIoT Router AC2350 is priced at €49.99 (Rs. 4,200). Xiaomi has also launched a Wi-Fi 6-compatible Mi AIoT Router AX3600 at €119.99 (Rs. 10,000). However, the availability details of these products are yet to be announced.