New Mi Power Strip revealed

At Xiaomi’s press conference in Beijing earlier, CEO Lei Jun announced several new products in its smart home lineup, including a plug extension called the Mi Power Strip.

The Mi Power Strip is similar in size to a pencil case. It has three power sockets and three surge-protected USB ports with 2.1A quick charging. The housing is made from fire-resistant materials, capable of withstanding 750 degrees of heat.Terminals within the power strip are made of phosphor bronze, built on a copper bar connectivity system.

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Besides that, it also has a maximum overload protection of 10A. At the bottom, the Mi Power Strip has anti-slip rubber paddings, while on the top a subtle light indicator can be found on the switch.

The Mi Power Strip will be sold for a mere 49 Yuan, and is likely to only be available in China for now.

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  1. MaxPower
    March 31, 2015

    Is it 99 or 49 Yuan?

    • Creazydea
      March 31, 2015

      49 Yuan

  2. Xalis
    March 31, 2015

    So they finally released something worth buying in 2015,

    I would love to see a version without the wall outlets and five 2.1A USB ports, or a 3 USB ports only option for a cheaper price.

    I guess the reseller price would be about $18-20 if the price is in fact 49 yuan as the image say.

    • desponent
      April 1, 2015

      Should be $10-15 since they’re already selling the new 99rmb piston at $25-30.

  3. dingex
    April 1, 2015

    wow ,xiaomi is so strong .it is said that this power strip has four important functions .

    • Xalis
      April 3, 2015

      Pretty good.

  4. Marius Cirsta
    April 1, 2015

    Well if this one is around $15 I’m definitely getting one. Not sure it can handle EU style plugs ( looks like it can though ) but I have enough Chinese devices anyway so that’s not a problem.

    • OffensiveFun
      April 1, 2015

      Si eu sper sa fie disponibil la pretul asta, peste 15 dolari ar fi cam multicel…

      • Marius Cirsta
        April 1, 2015

        Mergi prin magazine sa vezi ca doar prelungitorul cu protectie e pe la 50 RON deci na … din pacate a crescut nenorocitul de dolar..
        Well $15 is not cheap but it’s reasonable and it’s a damn nice thing to have. Plus you have the Xiaomi brand which I trust more than other Chinese brands.