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Xiaomi AI Translator Unboxing: Supports 14 Languages

We used to see Xiaomi launching various products for various niches and purposes. But most of them come our way from its subsidiaries. But they all follow Xiaomi’s philosophy and strategy. Thus, all those products from Xiaomi’s ecosystem come with high quality and aggressive price tag. One of such products was announced in March at the 2018 Xinzhiyuan AI Technology Summit held in Beijing, China. The Xiaomi AI Translator will go on sale tomorrow. So we decided to get our hands on it and recall its key features.

Xiaomi Ai Translator

The Xiaomi AI Translator comes with an aluminum body. Generally, it comes with dimensions identical to the MP3 players. It has a sturdy and sleek design. Its corners are rounded. So this translator is also very suitable for carrying. There are four physical buttons on the front. They are: volume up, volume down, translation, and listening to your feed. It also comes with a single loudspeaker, a mic, and a USB Type-C port for charging. At last, there is a LED indicator to show the work status as well as remaining power.

In terms of functions, the Xiaomi AI Translator supports simultaneous translation of 14 languages and integrates the 99% voice system function of Xiao Ai. Additionally, the device can read out the news and weather conditions from its current location. It can also help the user in learning the foreign languages.

The translator is priced at just 299 yuan ($47).

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

Xiaomi Ai Translator

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