Xiaomi Launched Mijia Sweeping And Dragging Robot Pro


A few years ago, when Xiaomi released its first vacuum cleaner, no one was thinking it would become a leader in the niche. Currently, Xiaomi has the strongest smart home ecosystem in China. And in this sense, the Xiaomi sweeping robots had played a serious role. Today, the manufacturer announced its strongest sweeping robot, namely the Mijia sweeping and dragging robot Pro. This product comes at 2,999 yuan ($456).

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The Mijia sweeping and dragging robot Pro supports multi-dimensional binocular recognition and obstacle avoidance. This vac cleaner can automatically avoid cables, slippers, table legs, and carpets. It also has a LDS laser navigation and the ability of AI autonomous learning. The more you use it, the smarter it is.

Due to the AI scene recognition support, it will develop different water output and sweeping schemes according to different ground materials for efficient cleaning. The 550ml dust box is ideally serves for both sweeping and dragging.

Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot Pro Performance

The Mijia sweeping and dragging robot Pro uses the industry’s first AIoT flagship dual processor (4-core CPU + 2-core NPU). Due to it, this sweeping robot makes it faster to build a whole house map and intelligently plan routes.

Although the previous Xiaomi sweeping robot can draw different rooms’ maps, it couldn’t determine which room it is. So users have to name it themselves. The Mijia sweeping and dragging robot Pro can directly and intelligently identify any room. For example, if it recognizes the bed, it may automatically determine that it is a bedroom.

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In terms of performance, the Mijia sweeping and mopping robot Pro supports 4000Pa powerful suction. So it can handle both large and small particles easily. The large 5200mAh battery can clean a 250 square meters at a single charge.

In terms of price, the Mijia sweeping and dragging robot Pro started pre-sale today.

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