Xiaomi unveils new electric scooter, gaming monitor

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London, July 31 (IANS) Xiaomi has expanded its ‘AIoT line-up by launching new products, including a scooter, gaming monitor and Wi-Fi Router.

Some of these products aren’t new, as a few gadgets have been made available in China for a while now. But most of them are new to Europe, reports GSMArena.

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The new Mi Electric Scooter 3 has a 275 Wh battery for up to 30 km range (18.6 miles). It can operate at 300W continuously with peak power-hitting of 600W.

The top speed is limited to 25 kmph to comply with local regulations and it can tackle 16 per cent inclines, the report said.

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Essentially, this is the motor from the Pro 2 and the battery of the 1S scooters. A full recharge takes 8.5 hours, the report added.

Priced at 450 euros, the new model weighs 13 kg and has a maximum load of 100 kg. The company has redesigned the folding mechanism with a 3-step design. The LCD has been upgraded as well.

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Other features include an aerospace-grade aluminum chassis, pneumatic tires, eABS on the front and dual-pad disc brake on the rear, a 2W headlight and two colourways — Onyx Black and Gravity Grey.

The company also unveiled Mi 2K Gaming Monitor 27-inch that has an IPS panel with 2,560 x 1,440 px resolution (16:9) and 178-degree viewing angles. It is priced at 500 euros.

It carries the VESA DisplayHDR 400 label, meaning it has a peak brightness of at least 400 nits. It also covers 95 per cent of the DCI-P3 color space. Note that this is an 8-bit panel with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio.

The gaming monitor support refresh rates up to 165 Hz, Adaptive Sync is supported as well. It has a 4 ms response time (gray-to-gray), which can be reduced to 1 ms using the Intelligent Motion Blur Control feature.

The monitor comes with a DisplayPort 1.4 and an HDMI 2.0 for video. There’s also a single USB-A 3.0 port, plus a 3.5 mm jack.

Mi Router AX9000 is Xiaomi’s first tri-band Wi-Fi 6 router. It has a total of 12 external antennas that cover the 2.4 GHz band (up to 1,148 Mbps of bandwidth) and two 5 GHz bands (4,804 Mbps + 2,402 Mbps), one of which is dedicated to gaming, so that other devices on the network won’t interfere.

–IANS

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