Xiaomi will star selling their new Xiaomi Mijia electric scooter from the 15th of December and the device will costs CNY 2000 which is about $290 at the current exchange rate.
Interestingly, the Mi Electric Scooter can be folded with just a button press and takes just three seconds to compress itself. Other features include a 1.1W high brightness LED front light that lights up the path ahead, up to six meters and has a red warning light too along with four LED power indicators. It has a DC motor with integrated die-casting molding to protect its internal structure. The maximum torque of the motor is 16N·m, rated power is 250W and offers instantaneous maximum power up to 500W. Xiaomi in the past introduced its self-balancing scooter Ninebot Mini, and followed by the Qicycle electric bike in June this year. There is an E-ABS anti-lock braking system present at the front wheel while the double disc braking system ensures that the scooter comes to a halt quickly in a smooth manner.
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The Mi Electric Scooter has a top speed of 25kmph and comes with LG 1850 EV-lithium ion battery with a battery capacity of 280Wh. The smartphone app provides information related to riding speed, remaining power as well as details regarding the intensity of energy recovery system. This scooter idea has come from the recycling system for Automobile technology energy.
Other than being an electric scooter, the stylish-looking two-wheeler is also smart.
According to the company it can be connected with the rider's smartphone via Bluetooth to track their speed, battery life, battery health and more. The fixed speed cruise function that uses a unique algorithm to read the speed sensor signal sent to match the set speed of the scooter. The company recently forayed into the Indian smart home appliances space with the Mi Air Purifier 2. In addition to the headset, Xiaomi also launched the Mi Live live-streaming app in India, which is now available on Google Play store for free. It was first launched in China in August, and is made from materials like Spandex and Lycra.