Xiaomi Launches Affordable Smart ACs

Beyond Smartphones, Xiaomi has built a complete ecosystem of its own. Joining its vast collection of smart TVs, refrigerators, and air conditioners is a freshly launched Gentle Breeze Air Conditioner. As the name suggests, the Air conditioner simulates the gentle air breeze for broader coverage of the air outflow.

Unlike the traditional air conditioners that throw an ice-cold gust in one direction, this AC by Xiaomi is designed to produce a gentle soft breeze that makes it much more comfortable to sit around. According to the company, the air conditioner is designed to imitate a gentle breeze in the countryside. This will reduce the temperature variance as well. 

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Design and Construction

The product has a typical Xiaomi minimalistic design. It comes with 1120 air outlet micro holes for providing three-dimensional air supply at a wider angle. Under the hood, it features two 98mm super large cross-flow fans.

The AC is available in two models: 1 ton and 1.5 ton. The 1-ton variant provides 620 cubic meters per hour circulating volume with a maximum range of 10m. The 1.5-ton model, in contrast, has a 660 cubic meters per hour circulating airflow and a max range of 16 square meters.

On top of providing a natural breeze, the Xiaomi Gentle Breeze Air Conditioner is equipped with full DC frequency conversion technology providing higher efficiency. The device has a high APF value of 5.13. This is higher than the national standard and energy efficiency limit value of 4.5 in China.

Additionally, the air conditioner comes with support for Xiao AI voice assistant and can connect to Xiaomi’s ecosystem of products as well as other smart products.

Pricing and Availability

The AC is currently available for sale in China. The 1-ton variant costs $310, while the 1.5-ton variant will set users back by $381.


      • If room is airy, virus may leave the room with the change of air.

        If room is closed, virus will keep moving between people.

        Somewhere in another country, in a hotel cooling system of two rooms was connected. One person infected two family, second family was sitting in other room.

        • If you have a brain you would know that air molecules travel they don’t sit in one place. In order to contain the virus negative pressure rooms are built to ensure that they don’t go into the main air ventilation system.

          • Don’t know where such brain people exist.

            By the way this is internet and popular news sites i am quoting

            “After studies suggested air-conditioning could blow coronavirus droplets further than 6 feet, some people have asked whether they should turn off the AC in their homes.
            Researchers in China found air-conditioning blew droplets around a restaurant, infecting 10 people. A US study found the best way to ventilate a remove to prevent viral spread is to open a window.”

            • Bro use commonsense, the droplets in such rooms exist only when you are exposed or infected. Without exposure, it is not possible for the virus to enter your residential premises. An AC works the same ways as the fan does, both blow and spread the air and droplets in that particular room. If they are not infected so be it. The research you are suggesting explains only the existing virus droplets prevailing in air. They aren’t newborn due to AC’s etc.

              • Your common sense thinks the person knows day one that he is infected?

                If that was the case, it won’t be spreading in the world.

  • Name is ProPakistani and news are of china which are even false, there is no source mentioned plus tons of ads on the page so clearly just making money nothing else.


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