- Xiaomi's Mijia All-in-One robot vacuum is available to more countries.
- The Mijia All-in-One vacuum cleaner has a self-cleaning dock.
- Priced at $1200, the Mijia All-in-One robot vacuum is cheaper than the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra.
Launched earlier this year, the Xiaomi Mijia All-in-On Sweeping and Mopping robot vacuum cleaner is coming to more countries as listed by a few sellers on AliExpress. The listing gets a specific power plug choice of US, Europe, Australia, or the UK.
Xiaomi's most intelligent robot vacuum cleaner
In terms of cleaning power, the Mijia All-in-One robot vacuum boasts 4000 Pa suction power comparable to the Roborock Q7+ Max. And although it's less than the power of the more expensive Roborock S7 MaxV series, the smart Xiaomi robot vacuum cleaner is paired with an automated self-cleaning dock.
According to Xiaomi, the cleaning station or docking system of the Mijia All-in-One vacuum has an automatic dustbin collection and water refilling systems. In addition, the dock can also clean and dry the vacuum's dual-mop. The dock's bin can also hold up to 30 days of debris and dust while the vacuum itself is rated at 2 hours battery life.
Similar to Roborock's top of the line robot vacuum cleaners, the Mijia All-in-One vacuum features Lidar and 3D navigation system. It intelligently scans rooms and identifies objects through the camera and sensors. The 3D maps created are available to view on the Mi home application. There is also an auto-lift function for carpeted areas.
The most affordable listing of the vacuum we found is $1,200 USD (€1169 / ￡837) which includes standard shipping fee and taxes. Only a white variant is available.
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