Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 was launched in India on Monday. The company’s latest home appliance is equipped with a silent BLDC inverter motor and 7+5 blades. It is currently available for special order through the Xiaomi website. The new fan from the Chinese smartphone brand can be controlled via an app and supports voice commands. Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 has 100 speed levels and three-dimensional airflow, according to the company.
Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 price, availability
Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 price in India is set at Rs. 9,999. It will be sold in one color option and is available to order through the company website. Xiaomi said it will be sold at a special launch price of Rs. 5,999, and the Smart Standing Fan 2 will start shipping on July 19.
Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 details
The new Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 is equipped with 7+5 wing-shaped and silent BLDC inverter motor with dual water design. The company claims that the 7+5 blade is designed to maximize airflow. A copper-wire BLDC motor is claimed to offer higher efficiency and longer life compared to aluminum-wire motors. The smart fan can be controlled by an application that can be downloaded on the user’s phone. It can also be controlled using Alexa and Google Assistant.
Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2 features Natural Air Mode which, using a proprietary algorithm to simulate the irregular changes of natural air, according to the company. The company claims that the smart fan produces an average wind noise level of 55.8dB. The fan has 100 speed levels that can be controlled by the app. Allows users to choose between Air Mode and Direct Blow Mode. Users can adjust the height of the smart fan by adding or removing the extension tube on the Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2. The fan weighs 3kg and is 343x330x1000mm, according to the company.
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