Xiaomi at its annual Mi Ecosystem event in China introduced Mi Ninebot Plus, a new mini scooter and the successor of last year’s Ninebot that offers improved stability, climb over obstacles such as bumps easier, easier to hop on and get used to the controls and integrated machine learning learns speed, balance, agility, recovery, and braking that will be adjusted accordingly to best suit the user.
It also has improved front light that changes colour according to the direction you head towards. Other improvements include, new 800W motor, reinforced magnesium alloy chassis that can hold person up to 100 Kg, can go up to 35km on a single charge and the 329Wh 18650 battery that has IPX6 reating for water resistance. There is also accessories storage box.
It also comes with a remote that enables you to control it. Xiaomi says that it uses military-grade wireless location technology that lets you control its motion by holding it in variety of angles. When the Ninebot is not in use, you can strap it and store it easily.
You can also pick your groceries or use it to walk your dog and intelligently follows you when it is within 20m range. There is also an optional Mi Ninebot Plus Camera that has 3-axis OIS, 1080p Full HD video recording, 104-degrees wide angle to record video real time.
The Xiaomi Mi Ninebot Plus is priced at 3499 yuan (US$ 514 / Rs. 33194 approx.) and will go on sale in China from July 11th.