Xiaomi New $288 Electric Scooter Can Be Folded, Paired with Smartphone

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Xiaomi Foldable Electric Scooter

Xiaomi earlier today launched a new electric scooter on its crowdfunding platform MIJIA, in China. The scooter which weighs only 12.5kg can be folded within three seconds by tapping on a button, and carry around in arm. Its external layer is made of aircraft grade aluminium alloy which provides strength enough to withstand body weight and is resistant to corrosion.

Foldable bikes are not something new in the market but a foldable scooter is definitely is. Xiaomi may have been popularly known in the west as a phone manufacturer, but there is something more about this firm that miss the eye when it comes to Asia market, especially in China.

Xiaomi launched Mi QiCycle, an electric bike made of Carbon fibre that can be folder, paired with a smartphone, and has a maximum speed of 20km/h in June this year - Cycling Weekly

Notable Features of Mi Electric Scooter

  • 8.5-inch front and rear pneumatic tires with E-ABS anti-lock system for the front tire and mechanical disk brake for the rear.
  • Four LEDs indicator lights
  • Energy Recovery System for enhanced battery stability and improve battery life. This convert kinetic energy into electric energy when moving. It can be enable when holding the brake or pressing throttle when on the move.
  • Maximum speed of 25km/h
  • 1.1W high-brightness LED light that can travel up to six metres and rear-placed red brake light
  • 280Wh LG 18650 lithium-ion batteries with integrated BMS battery management system for monitoring health of each cell of the batteries.
  • Can be paired with a smartphone via Bluetooth to monitor cycling habits, distance traveled, remaining power e.t.c

The Xiaomi foldable scooter comes with a price tag of CNY 1999 (US$ 288). It will be available in Black and White colors from December 15.
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