Xiaomi Ecosystem Expands with Scooter, TV Stick, Gaming Monitor & More
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Xiaomi Ecosystem Expands with Scooter, TV Stick, Gaming Monitor & More

Xiaomi took to the stage today to present their expanded Ecosystem.

Alongside the new Mi Band 5 worldwide edition (the first for their fitness bands) and the Mi Basic wireless earbuds, the company also unveiled other smart devices to keep you entertained.

Starting from the street, there are two new scooters aiming to free you from traffic.

The more expensive one, the Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2, gives you up to 45 km range with speeds of up to 25 km/h and the ability to climb 20 degree slopes.

Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2_8

Xiaomi says the Mi Scooter Pro 2 is “designed with safety at its core,” featuring a braking system with a mechanical 120mm ventilated disc brake and eABS regenerative anti-lock brake, reinforced 8.5-inch pneumatic tires, plus a 2W headlight that illuminates up to 10 m ahead.

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The 14.2 kg Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 has a 300W motor, a 474 Wh battery, an LCD display, all for the price tag of 499 euro.

Then, there is the 399 euro Xiaomi Mi Scooter 1S, which still has a lot to offer on a budget.

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With its 300 W motor, it can go at up to 20 km/h and has a 30 km range. This one is also fitted with an LCD display and is also a bit lighter, weighing just 12.5 kgs.

Moving indoors, Xiaomi also unveiled two entertainment devices.

First off, you have the tiny Mi TV Stick, which measures just 94.2 x 30.4 mm.

Mi TV Stick_08

The stick is a 1080p streaming media device with Android TV, fitted with a quad-core CPU, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage.

It also supports Dolby and DTS surround sound and has both Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in – all for EUR 39.99.

If you had enough of Netflix and Prime, you can also kick it with a gaming session on the new 34″ Mi Curved Gaming Monitor.

The curve is not the only eye-catching feature though!

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The Mi Curved Gaming Monitor features a 3440 x 1440 px resolution (WQD), 300 nits of brightness, 144 Hz refresh rate, 121% sRGB wide color gamut and AMD FreeSync Premium.

The Mi curved gaming monitor will be available for a recommended EUR 399 price.

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