Of course when you hear the name Xiaomi You think of mobile phones such as the Redmi Note 13. You may also think of their increasingly common scooters or the best-selling Xiaomi Mi Band. However, if you take a look at Xiaomi’s China page, or better yet, visit any of their stores in the country, you will find products that you won’t believe Xiaomi makes. Here we have collected some of the rarest Xiaomi products that you won’t even believe are on sale.


Xiaomi NineBot GoKart PRO (Lamborghini version) – Practical training in Beijing! [Xiaomify]

This is a collaboration between Xiaomi and the legendary luxury car company Lamborghini. And this is not a remote-controlled go-kart, but one capable of moving a person weighing up to 100 kilograms at a speed of 40 kilometers per hour.

Collaborating with Lamborghini is no small feat, which is why each kart is officially named No. 9 Kart Pro Lamborghini – Includes a plaque indicating the model number you purchased.

And of course there are several videos on YouTube to prove it. It’s yours if you dare to pay it costs 9999 yuanabout 1400 US dollars.

Smart bed against snoring

8H Smart Hanging Electric Bed Mijia APP

It’s the Xiaomi 8H Find Smart Bed that, to be honest, we’d like to review. Roughly speaking, it’s a bed base that is controlled by an app and adapts the position of the mattress depending on what you want to do. If you want to sleep, take an ergonomic position. If you want to sit down to watch TV or avoid reflux, it reclines like a chair. There’s even an anti-snoring mode.

The bed base can withstand loads of up to 600 kilograms, and the mechanism produces a noise of only 45 dB, so no one will know that anything is happening to your bed.

Anti-snoring pillow

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Xiaomi Shu Sleep is the fruit of the Youpin product incubator. Roughly speaking, it’s a foam pillow with air cushions inside that inflate and deflate to improve posture and prevent snoring.

Of course, the pillow connects to an app that records the user’s heart rate, breathing rate, and body and head movements to regulate the inflation of the bags. It costs 1299 yuan, about 180 US dollars.

robot dog

Xiaomi CyberDog 2.

Xiaomi’s CyberDog 2 is surprising from a technical point of view, especially if you consider it as a home consumer robot rather than an industrial machine like Boston Dynamics. Xiaomi boasts that its CyberDog 2 can carry out any command you give your dog, from shaking a paw to playing dead.

It still seems like an eccentricity that we might see in rich people’s homes (that’s a $3,000 dog!), but it’s definitely a sign of Xiaomi’s technological prowess.

some lego

Xiaomi prefabricated toy blocks.

Xiaomi also sells toys, and they clearly have chips inside them. They are not cutting edge technology, but can be a good option for introducing students to STEM subjects. They are essentially buildable toy blocks, similar to Lego, but with a piece that acts as a motor and can be controlled from a mobile phone.

Surely these toys do not bring much benefit to Xiaomi, but if you go to the Xiaomi store looking for gifts for the whole family, then here you have an option.

Source: Digital Trends

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