Now it's looking to partnerships to take it internationally. This pairing up of Xiaomi smart home devices with Google Assistant will give users the opportunity to control them through a smart speaker, such as Google Home, or with the Google Assistant app.
Xiaomi might be popular with its smartphones, but it also has an in-house IoT ecosystem thanks to the booming startup industry in China. First items to be powered by the Assistant include the Mi Smart Plug, Mi LED Smart Bulb, and the Mi Bedside Lamp. It's a touch-sensitive panel on the top and, today, Google Assistant may be utilized to run the Bedside Lamp via voice management.
Obviously, the Mi LED Smart Bulb is a better option if you want to turn an existing lighting fixture smart rather than buy an entirely new one, like the Bedside Lamp.
Mi Smart Plug is a smart Wi-Fi plug which can turn any product into a smart device.
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On the heels of Google I/O, Xiaomi announced this week that it is adding support for Google Assistant to a few of its smart home products, all three of which will soon be available in the US.
These smart home products will be available in the USA shortly, starting with Mi Bedside Lamp in May. With voice commands by way of Google Assistant, people may restrain changing it away, brightness, brightness, and color temperature remotely. Lastly, the Mi Smart Plug can be used to turn regular gadgets into smart home products. There's also the Mi Home app, which will let you control your products all the same.
Prices of the Mi gadgets are not yet available on the U.S. section of mi.com but should be up there by the end of May. There's now no pricing, but seeing as Xiaomi typically prices its products in the affordable range, we'd bet it'l do the same here.