Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker Available for Pre-Order at 49 Yuan ($7)

Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker Available for Pre-Order at 49 Yuan ($7)

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Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker

Back in October, when Xiaomi held a new product launch conference and announced the Mi MIX 3, we also saw a new product, namely the Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker. It is a very compact mini speaker with a wright of 52g only and an ultra-low price tag of 49 yuan ($7). Today, Xiaomi officially announced that this Bluetooth speaker can be already booked, but it will be available for purchase at 10:00 on the morning of November 28.

Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker

The Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker is made of ABS+PC material, and there is a grill for audio output in the front. It is designed with a Fibonacci spiral called Gold Spiral. The whole machine adopts a small-diameter large magnetic circuit design, and the low-frequency dive is excellent. With the advanced DRC dynamic compression algorithm, the maximum volume is cool enough.

At present, its biggest highlight is to support Xiao AI voice assistant. After connecting the phone to the speaker, press the microphone button on the speaker to wake up the voice assistant. Through voice commands, you can use the voice navigation, play music, send WeChat messages, control smart home appliances, and take photos.

When your phone calls, just press the microphone button at the bottom of the chassis to turn on the speaker and answer it without using your hands. In addition, the Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker comes with a battery capacity of 480mAh, which can stand for 45 days, or play music for 4 hours.

The Xiaomi XiaoAI Bluetooth Speaker can be already reserved in Xiaomi Mall and Xiaomi from now on and will be on sale at 10:00 on November 28.

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