Xiaomi Mijia Robot G1

The Chinese multi-talented technology company Xiaomi has just uncovered a new floor sweeper earlier today. The product comes under the Mijia branding, dubbed Mijia Sweeping Robot G1. As its name indicate, the home appliance will focus on sweeping but can also perform the mopping.

Internally, the latest robot vacuum cleaner integrates the triple filtering module alongside four-block suction. Further, the machine is capable of mopping as it also utilizes the 200ML intelligently controlled water tank. The traditional circular design looks magnificent with dual side brushes on the bottom.

The water tank further carries a water pump that helps the device control the water output level. At the same time, it also measures the water volume remaining in the tank with the help of an intelligent chip. The chip also ensures to preserve water.

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In terms of other specifications, Xiaomi’s Mijia Sweeping Robot G1 configures the Japanese NIDEC motor. It provides 2200PA of suction power and multiple working modes. Moreover, the robot is able to pick tiny to large dust particles like pet hair, seeds, or even steel balls, thanks to the 4-stop suction switching technology.

The brand-new robot vacuum cleaner can also be controlled by the mobile app. On the app interface, you will monitor real-time operations and the route of the machine. You can also create virtual walls against areas you don’t want the robot to enter in. The XiaoAI voice assistant technology also helps to manage the device with words of the mouth.

You can also link the sweeper with the door lock. It allows the robot cleaner to start the work as you unlock the door to step in your house. After finishing the assigned duty, it goes back to the charging station automatically.

The Mijia Sweeping Robot G1 will come in dual variants – Yuan 899 and Yuan 999.

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Kuljit Sandhu

By Kuljit Sandhu

Kuljit is editor on various tech blogs and love to learn and write about the new tech.