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Topic # 242611 5-Nov-2018 18:34
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Just saw this link - Mi (Xiaomi) store is opening in Sylvia Park with the below specials. 

 

Is the Scooter and Vacumm Cleaner good price? I am not sure on the specific model numbers though. 

 

The advert says they will be limited qualities available online as well. They website link here.

 

Below is the full list of the specials available at the grand opening event, and the amounts available on each day;

 

  • Mi Portable Folding Electric Scooter (White Colour) $599 – 70 Available Saturday, 70 Available Sunday
  • Mi Portable Folding Electric Scooter (Black Colour) $599 – 30 Available Saturday, 30 Available Sunday
  • RedMi Note 5 64GB Smartphone (Black Colour) $299 – 60 Available Saturday, 60 Available Sunday
  • RedMi Note 5 64GB Smartphone (Blue Colour) $299 – 40 Available Saturday, 40 Available Sunday
  • Mi Home Smart APP Robot Vacuum Cleaner $399 – 60 Available Saturday, 60 Available Sunday
  • Mi Smart Home Scale $39 – 60 Available Saturday, 60 Available Sunday
  • Mi Band 3 Fitness Tracker $29 – 100 Available Saturday, 100 Available Sunday
  • Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones – $29 – 100 Available Saturday, 100 Available Sunday
  • Mi Pocophone F1 64GB (Graphite Black Colour) – $479 – 30 Available Saturday, 30 Available Sunday
  • Mi Pocophone F1 64GB (Steel Blue Colour) – $479 – 20 Available Saturday, 20 Available Sunday
  • Mi Power Bank 5000MaH (Silver Colour) – $5 – 200 Available Saturday, 200 Available Sunday
  • Mi Home Security Camera – $39 – 60 Available Saturday, 60 Available Sunday
  • Mijia Car Dash Camera – $59 – 60 Available Saturday, 60 Available Sunday

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  Reply # 2120509 5-Nov-2018 19:54
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I wonder how big their total product range will be?








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  Reply # 2120546 5-Nov-2018 21:03
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Where’s all my iot toys!!!!




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  Reply # 2120622 5-Nov-2018 22:20
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Keen on the scooter!




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  Reply # 2120892 6-Nov-2018 14:45
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Any hints on if their Air (12.5 & 13.3) notebook range will be available? I'm not on Facebook and seems to be the only channel to ask questions currently.


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  Reply # 2120903 6-Nov-2018 15:05
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Considering the US prices have been around $460usd i'd say its pretty good for a retail price in nz.

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  Reply # 2120905 6-Nov-2018 15:16
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Pocofone for $479! If only it had band 28. 


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  Reply # 2120989 6-Nov-2018 17:18
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c0ld:

 

Any hints on if their Air (12.5 & 13.3) notebook range will be available? I'm not on Facebook and seems to be the only channel to ask questions currently.

 

 

I recall someone posted some inside details on what was going on, in the other thread (post since deleted) and the notebooks were going to be available, according to them. 


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  Reply # 2120991 6-Nov-2018 17:19
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sailedpeep:

c0ld:


Any hints on if their Air (12.5 & 13.3) notebook range will be available? I'm not on Facebook and seems to be the only channel to ask questions currently.



I recall someone posted some inside details on what was going on, in the other thread (post since deleted) and the notebooks were going to be available, according to them. 



Great, thanks!

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  Reply # 2121139 6-Nov-2018 20:33
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I didn't think Xiaomi sold their notebooks outside China. I hope I'm wrong.








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  Reply # 2121354 7-Nov-2018 10:18
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solaybro:

 

I didn't think Xiaomi sold their notebooks outside China. I hope I'm wrong.

 

 

 

 

I was in one of their Singapore stores recently and they had the laptops for sale.





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  Reply # 2121357 7-Nov-2018 10:23
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Bring laptops!

 

there're 2 new budget versions announced 13" and 15" both under $500 USD.





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  Reply # 2121474 7-Nov-2018 12:29
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I was in the Sylvia Park store yesterday and they had one laptop on display (that I saw). Wasn't really interested so I didn't check which one it was.

 

Phone prices seem to be a little more than buying from AliExpress but, in my opinion, the difference is worth local warranty + not having to wait for shipping.


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  Reply # 2121555 7-Nov-2018 13:42
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Critical to the phones are Band 28 compatible models. I'd be very keen on the Mi A2 if it had Band 28





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  Reply # 2121603 7-Nov-2018 15:01
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Keen on the scale and the robot vacuum.


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  Reply # 2121608 7-Nov-2018 15:10
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jeeg:

 

Keen on the scale and the robot vacuum.

 

 

I have the scale.  It doesn't sync automatically to Samsung health like it claimed but it's otherwise great (sync to the Mi app and then you type weight and body fat % into Samsung Health).  I paid $75, PB tech have had it on special at $55 so $39 is a bargain.

 

I would love the robot vacuum but fund limited...


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