Xiaomi company produces not only smartphones but also other products for home use. This year, Xiaomi introduced its first water purifier and recently, a Chinese manufacturer has released its updated version called Mi Water Purifier C1 with a slightly renewed design and some very interesting new features.
Xiaomi Mi Water Purifier C1 uses the same four-level filtration process as the previous generation, the Mi Water Purifier C1 incorporates the option of being connected to three different water faucets, one of them being able to serve as a source of drinking water and being able to connect without problem to our kitchen.
At the aesthetic level, as is usual in Xiaomi products, this water purifier has a minimalist finish, in matt white and a very clean design; Very similar to the previous generation. It has dimensions of 47x45x17 cm, giving 3 liters of capacity. While one step could have been expected in this regard, it is true that the previous model was, in principle, sufficient for normal use.
In terms of its ability to use, Xiaomi says that a family of 3 to 5 people can easily cover their daily needs with this new water purifier, with a production of about 47 glasses a day. This should be enough to drink and cook. The water outlet is 1.3 L / min. In addition to this, Xiaomi has confirmed that the outgoing water of this purifier meets the potability standards for packaging.
The Mi Water Purifier C1 uses reverse osmosis (RO) filtration technology with 4 purification chambers, in addition to generating an almost non-existent water waste, according to the manufacturer, thanks to its 1: 1 purification efficiency capability.
The Xiaomi Mi Water Purifier C1 will be available at a price of 1299 yuan (about $181). Although there is still no information on whether the product will go to the global market, we know that it can be purchased from today, September 30, in the Chinese market.
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