BEIJING: Xiaomi smartphone maker is looking for home appliances market, making a new air purifier smart connected devices which can be controlled via a mobile phone.
Xiami unveiled its Mi Air Purifier, which will go on sale in China, selling the air purifier at a low price at 899 yuan US$146.
Xiaomi hit Android phones has quickly taken the Chinese market by storm, but the company also sees a vast market for filling up customers’ homes with Xiaomi made.
Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun said that using smartphones and wearables to control home and office appliances. The company has launched a smart TV and a Wi Fi router.
The company’s new air purifier can clean 406 cubic meters of air an hour, and has a real time air quality monitor. Users can synch the air purifier with a smartphone to control it remotely, and receive air quality data.
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