Xiaomi launches laser projector, Ninebot Plus and Mi Ultrasonic toothbrush
The new products are Mi laser projector, Ninebot Plus, and Mi Ultrasonic toothbrush. Since Xiaomi is going strong on its "Make in India" initiatives, chances there are that we'll also get some of them here in the near future.
Here's all about it.
Xiaomi's Mi Ecosystem gets three new products
Xiaomi Mi laser projector
Xiaomi's Mi laser projector makes use of ALPD 3.0 laser light source technology and has a custom DLP solution so that it fits snugly in the Mi Ecosystem.
One can position this Mi laser projector between 2 and 20 inches away from the wall and it displays up to 150-inch images.
It costs around 9999 Yuan, which is equal to around Rs. 95,000.
Ninebot Plus with top speed of 18km per hour
After 2015 launch of Ninebot mini, Xiaomi has now come up with the updated Ninebot Plus. This self-balancing scooter comes with an 800W dual-motor engine. It can travel 35km on a single charge and has a top speed of 18km per hour.
It has a magnesium alloy chassis and can take up to 100kg of load. It costs 3499 Yuan (approximately Rs. 33,000).
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There is a camera involved
Ninebot Plus also comes with a remote control and you can control it even without your smartphone.
Xiaomi is offering a Mi Ninebot Plus Camera for it too, for those who want to attach it with the scooter and record their journey.
It features a range of LED headlights, taillights and indicators, and it can be used on most of the terrains out there.
That's some tooth brush
The last one on the list is the Mi Ultrasonic toothbrush which, according to the firm, makes use of ultrasonic technology and vibrates up to 31,000 times per minute while cleaning the teeth.
The firm claims that the toothbrush's 700mAh lithium battery will last for 18 days on a single charge. It is priced at 199 Yuan, which is Rs. 1,800 approximately.
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