Xiaomi expands its range of PM2.5 air purifiers with a compact model and new masks!
Air pollution in China is generally bad, but during the winter things get a whole lot worse due to power stations being overworked to keep homes, offices and companies heated and running.
In recent years the PM2.5 levels have become such a talking point and concern that Chinese companies have made a business from it, producing home air purifiers, and selling masks.
Xiaomi were one of the big names to jump on the bandwagon with their own air purifier which was so compact that people even took them on trains to keep their air clean and breathable.
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Obviously, this wasn’t Xiaomi’s intention for the device, but it did give them an idea to produce a small model that could be carried with you and even used in your car. This new car air purifier goes on sale today at a cost of 449 Yuan.
With air in your home and car covered all that’s need is to protect yourself from the air outside, so Xiaomi have released 69 yuan Pm2.5 masks which promise to remove 99.8% of particles!
At the same time Xiaomi have reduced the cost of their Pro home air purifier to 1399 Yuan.