According to netizens’ feedback, Xiaomi’s MIUI system’s built-in browser has a new update. The new version is 14.5.18 and it comes with a couple of improvements. Notably, this browser now adds network disk functions and fixes a series of bugs. According to the screenshots, the Xiaomi browser adds the Thunderbolt cloud disk, and users can choose to log in with the Mi account or the Thunder account. With this, users can enjoy 6T storage space, video cloud broadcasting, and fast downloading functions. This appears to be a pretty useful addition for users with heavy files.
As of now, this new update gave been spotted on Mi Browsers in China. However, there is no indication that it is outside China for now. If you use your Xiaomi Mi Browser frequently, you can check if the browser has this new update.
Xiaomi is currently crowdfunding a Gas Guard
Xiaomi is involved in the production of a plethora of devices. Most of its unpopular devices usually go into crowdfunding before they hit the market. The company recently released a new product for crowdfunding and it is called the Xioami Mi Gas Guard. This device is currently in crowdfunding at Xiaomi Home, and Xiaomi Mall. The crowdfunding price of this device is 169 yuan ($26). However, after the official launch of the device, it will retail for 179 yuan ($28).
Xiaomi collaborated with Honeywell to produce the Xiaomi Mi Gas Guard. This product is certified as a fire protection product. It seamlessly detects gas leaks and sounds an alarm to alert the user. At the same time, the Mijia App will also push messages to remotely remind users, even if the user is not at home, they can get information.
The Xiaomi Mi Gas Guard supports a high-decibel sound and light alarm. When the device detects a natural gas leak, it can immediately send a high-decibel sound and light alarm of no less than 70dB (A). In addition, the equipment links to the solenoid valve. The solenoid valve can close through the terminal linkage. This device takes advantage of this and can cut off the source of leakage in time.
Furthermore, this device comes with a built-in Bluetooth gateway, which supports all Mijia Bluetooth gateway sub-devices, so that the kitchen no longer becomes a signal blind zone. The device also supports remote self-inspection. You don’t need to manually press the button to open the Mijia App to achieve remote self-inspection. Users can also check the concentration of gas in real-time through the App.