The China Post
Date: March 28, 2017
By: Christine Chou
Mainland Chinese tech giant Xiaomi officially launched its Mijia Robot Vacuum, an
automated vacuum cleaner, in Taipei on Monday, as the Chinese brand explores new markets amid a decline in phone shipments as competition grows.
Henman Lee (李佳峰), Xiaomi Taiwan’s General Manager, said the Taiwan version of the robot cleaner will feature recordings of real human voices from Taiwanese radio personalities, adding that their goal is to sell more than 10,000 vacuums in the first month and generate more than NT$100 million in revenue.
“Our company is very confident about this product, and we hope to become number one in the local service robot market,” said Lee. [FULL STORY]