At the Redmi Note 8 launch in Malaysia on Tuesday, Xiaomi introduced three true wireless earbuds for different segments of the market, starting at just MYR99. In typical Xiaomi fashion, they pack plenty but offered an accessible pricing.
The Xiaomi factory continues to churn. And honestly, I doubt the company is anywhere close to stopping yet this final quarter of the year. Following the success of the Redmi Note 7, the #4 smartphone maker in the world today launched the Redmi Note 8 in . For the first time ever, Xiaomi is also bringing the “Pro” model.
Xiaomi may have earned its cult status by making and selling “cheap and cheerful” phones, but at the other end of the spectrum, it also has the ability to do some really awesome things. Sometimes crazy things. Like the Mi MIX Alpha.
Unlike most reviewers and consumers who have been lamenting about the gradual disappearance of the 3.5mm audio jack on newer flagship smartphones, I just have this to say, if you can spend upwards of RM3,000 on a smartphone, I’m pretty sure you can fork out the cash for a pair of good wireless headphones or a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter at the very least.
“Life was made for good friends and great adventures” – a quote from somewhere and someone.
Truer words couldn’t have been said or written especially after my trip to Flores, Indonesia in June with my brother, sis-in-law, girlfriend and four of our closest friends. Instead of making that typical trip of visiting Bali, Jogjakarta, Bromo and where have you, the eight of us decided the best way to cut ourselves away from civilization was to live on a boat for four days and three nights and explore the relatively untouched islands of Flores.
Some things are better small. And this compact gadget from Xiaomi is guaranteed to leave you cleaner and refreshed – ZHIBAI Electric Shaver Razor.