Mi Electric Toothbrush launch set for February 20th in India

Mi Electric toothbrush

“Mi Electric toothbrush’s customisation mode lets you set your own brush time, brush strength, and a variety of functions that suit your diet and daily brushing habits”

Xiaomi India has teased the launch of a new Mi Eco-system product in the country on February 20th. Going by the teaser video it posted Twitter and #YourPersonalDentist hashtag, it is clear that the new product is going to be the Mi Electric Toothbrush. It ships with an high-efficiency magnetic levitation sonic motor, multiple customised brush modes and metal-free brush head. The electric toothbrush offers position detection technology, more thorough clean. It vibrates over 31,000/minute and has a torque of over 230gf.cm.

Xiaomi claims the brush fully penetrates the gaps between teeth, thereby achieving a deeper clean than a manual toothbrush alone. The brush head uses anti-corrosion and metal-free high-density bristle technology. There’s an on/off button that can be used to switch between standard mode, Gentle mode and customised. The brush mode best suits most users daily teeth cleaning needs. It connects to the app via Bluetooth and its customisation mode lets you set your own brush time, brush strength, and a variety of functions that suit your diet and daily brushing habits.

There’s a built-in high-precision acceleration sensor that can sense the brush position and it can monitor six different zones and how long you spend while you brush. The app can record statistics like duration, coverage, and uniformity. Lastly, Xiaomi claims the Mi Electric toothbrush can last up to 18 days on a single charge and is IPX7 water-resistant. We should know the Mi Electric Toothbrush India price and availability of it when it launches on February 20th.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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