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Not so much time has passed since the release of the previous model, as Xiaomi has launched a completely new recorder model on the market the XIAOMI 70MAI . Positioning it as a budget. Which besides its compact size can boast the presence of WiFi, voice control and video recording, albeit in an already modest, 1080P format.



XIAOMI 70MAI Specifications:

Brand: Xiaomi
Model: 70 Minutes
Type: Full HD Dashcam, Wireless Dashcam
Image Sensor: CMOS
Features: Mini, Wireless
Function: G-sensor, Loop-cycle Recording, WiFi

Max External Card Supported by: TF 64G (not included)
Class Rating Requirements : Class Above 10 or
Battery Type: Built-in
Battery Capacity (mAh): 240mAh Li-polymer Battery
Working Voltage: 5V

Wide Angle: 130 wide angle lens degree
Camera Pixel: 2MP
Aperture Range: F2.2

Decode Format: H.264
Resolution the Video: 1080P (1920 x 1080)
the Video the Frame Rate: 30fps

WIFI area: Yes
the WiFi the Network the Frequency: 2.4GHz
the Loop-cycle Recording: Yes
the G-sensor: Yes

the Operating the Temp .: -20 – 60 Degrees
the Power Cable the Length: 3.5m

the Product weight: 0.0700 kg
Package weight: 0.2320 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 10.00 x 5.50 x 3.20 cm
Package size (L x W x H): 12.70 x 12.20 x 5.00 cm

Package Contents: 1 x DVR, 1 x Car Charger, 1 x 3.5m Micro USB Power Cable, 1 x Chinese Manual


The XIAOMI 70MAI is the first recorder from Xiaomi in such a form factor of a small keg. The angle of inclination is adjustable. The viewing angle of the recorder is 130 degrees, the Sony IMX323 sensor, and the glass lens itself is covered with 7 layers of protection. The manufacturer claims that this coating improves light transmission and reduces reflection.


On the verge, which is closer to the driver while driving, is located the only control button, it is also responsible for switching modes. Around the button is a small ring with a backlight / work indicator. Blue light is on – the recorder is on, smoothly flashing green – normal operation, recording in progress, constantly burning red – check the card, there are problems with the recording.





Piyush Sharma

Computer engineer addicted to latest technologies. Current chief editor at Each day that passes his love for technology grows and grows to the point of not being able to live without it.

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