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Grab the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner For Just $269.99

Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum cleaner is yet another innovative and cheap smart home product from the Chinese giant. The Smart home assistant comes with a low-noise brushless fan which has a maximum pressure of 1800Pa and provides greater suction power when dealing with tough dirt. It sports three dedicated processors which help the vacuum cleaner receive data in real time from the 12 sensors performing different functions which it features.

Xiaomi Mi Vacuum Cleaner

The sensors include LDS, ultrasonic radar sensor, wall sensor, and cliff sensor etc. Of the lot, the Laser Distance Sensors provide a 360-degrees scanning (1800 times/second) similar to what you will find on a self-driving car. There is a 5200mAh Li-ion built-in battery onboard which can provide up to 2.5 hour cleaning time from a single charge. The Mi Robot Vacuum cleaner connects with the Mi Home App, allowing owners to set cleaning schedules, modify cleaning modes, and monitor the cleaning process in real-time.

Xiaomi Mi Vacuum Cleaner

GearBest is offering the Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner for just $269.99. For that price, I’d say it is a fair offer with an attractive price and quality. Get the Mi Robot Vacuum and dirt will not stand a chance.

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Jedi Ikoba

I love tech and am an ardent fan of Chinese tech advancement. I have a rich blend of experience when it comes to the Chinese tech companies. I love their innovations relating to VR, AI, AR, Robots, Smartphones etc.

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  1. This looks like a nifty lil gadget to have. It won’t break the bank and sounds like the mechanics of it are powerful. Plus it has a longer run time than my stick vacuum so it’s worth a try purely for that reason alone, lol. I wonder if I can convince someone to get me one for Christmas…

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