Xiaomi Paipai Supporting 4K@30fps Projection And MIUI HOME Announced


Currently, Xiaomi’s new product launch conference is live. Though the main product – Xiaomi Mi 12 – has not been out yet, there are already many interesting announcements. Apart from introducing the new MIUI 13 system, the company also released the Xiaomi Paipai. It’s a wireless projection artifact that supports up to 4K at 30 frames.

Xiaomi Paipai

When uncovering the Xiaomi Paipai, the spokesperson talked about a common situation in an office. Often, screen projection becomes a real headache because of various reasons. The Xiaomi Paipai has been made to solve problems related to similar cases. Users only have to plug the Xiaomi Paipai o into the notebook.

Xiaomi Paipai

In terms of performance, the Xiaomi Paipai supports up to 4K 30 frames, high-definition picture quality, and ultra-low latency. It costs 499 yuan ($78).

Xiaomi Paipai

MIUI Home

Besides, the aforementioned product, Xiaomi released a new platform dubbed MIUI HOME. It was demonstrated on the Xiaomi 8-inch speaker with a screen. As you understand, it is for controlling smart home devices.

With the popularization of Xiaomi smart hardware, a control panel shared by the whole family is particularly important. The MIUI HOME platform is a smart system to help control smart home appliances in a better way.

MIUI Home

The system can recognize all smart home appliances in the house and offer an intuitive interface for controlling them. Moreover, it will display various notifications concerning the status of those appliances. So any family member can know what’s happening around and control it.

One of the most interesting features of this device is that it connects all family members, allowing to make cross-calls.

MIUI HOME will be launched in mid-January 2022. Initially, it will support the Redmi Xiao Ai Touchscreen Speaker 8, Redmi Xiao Ai Touchscreen Speaker Pro 8, and Xiaomi Xiao Ai Touchscreen Speaker Pro 8.

MIUI Home

Xiaomi smart speakers coming with Xiao Ai voice assistant are smart “little TVs” on the desktop. They also integrate content from the 6 popular video platforms (Douyin, iQiyi, Youku, Tencent Video, Mango TV, and Bilibili). More interestingly, they support a new interactive mode, which can automatically turn pages, freeing your hands.

Users can link them to smart cameras and smart doorbells at any time. Therefore, they can display what’s happening in front of the door or around.

As their names suggest, the biggest selling point is the Xiao Ai support. Thus, you can make any operation via voice commands. Being touchscreen speakers, they also support remote control and gestures.

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