After announcing a smart Ukulele, Xiaomi is back with another product through its Mijia crowdsourcing platform. The latest product in Xiaomi s range of devices is a coffee machine. Called Scishare Coffee Maker , it is a product built by Ningbo Heart Technology Co Ltd and is priced at RMB 399 (approximately Rs 3,900). It is available only in White color and the first batch of the product is expected to ship starting April 18. Participants in the crowdfunding program will get 50 imported coffee capsules. Also Read - Good news for iPhone loves! Apple beats Xiaomi to regain second position in global smartphone marketAlso Read - Flipkart Big Diwali Sale begins today: Best deals on smartphones, smart TVs, home appliances
The Scishare Coffee Maker measures 34x10x26 cm and consists of a 19Bar electromagnetic pump that has a power rating of 1200W. The machine is claimed to prepare coffee in just one minute and some of the key highlights of the Scishare Coffee Maker include automatic switch off after 15 minutes of no use along with an easy-to-clean design. It features a power button which is placed alongside the extraction button. Also Read - Top 5 OnePlus 9RT alternatives: OnePlus Nord 2 5G, Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, more
Additionally, the coffee machine comes with support for multi-brand coffee capsules and has been designed to express the coffee beans based on the different concentration preference of individuals. It also comes with LED lights for direction along with a flow control lever. With the use of European coffee extraction technology, you can set from eight different cup sizes ranging from 15-85ml.
Interestingly, unlike a lot of its other products from the Mi Home portfolio, the Scishare Coffee Maker, which is the company s 67th home product, is not a smart device that can be controlled using a smartphone app. ALSO READ: Mi Populele: Xiaomi launches a Ukulele with Bluetooth, LED lights; here s everything you need to know
In the recent past, Xiaomi has moved beyond offering just smartphones and ventured into the consumer durables category. Some of these products include a pair of sunglasses with the Turok Steinhardt branding. These sunglasses are meant to block out UV light and are priced around Rs 2,000.
Last month, the company unveiled Mi Populele which is a smart alternative to the traditional four-stringed music instrument. Priced around Rs 3,900, the instrument comes with 72 LED lights under the fret board which light up when the player picks at the string. The Bluetooth connected Mi Populele is further aimed at easing the learning process.