One of the best Chinese Smartphone makers, Xiaomi just announced its Smart Air Purifier Series, following the company’s Redmi Note 11 series. The new Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Series includes the following: Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4, 4 Pro, and 4 Lite.
The Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Lite costs $199, the Smart Air Purifier 4 is priced at $299, and the Smart Air Purifier 4 Pro sets you back at $399. These new Air purifiers have a single goal, objective, and that is to provide a healthy, and comfortable indoor air environment.
Alongside the differences, the trio-gadget bears some similarities, an OLED touch display for quick viewing of AQI, temperature, and humidity details and allows users to remotely control the device using Xiaomi Home App.
If the app is slightly a no for you, also note that these Smart Air Purifiers also come with support for voice commands with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Allowing you to easily control the devices without touching them, or the app.
The major difference among the series is the environmental coverage space, where the Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Lite has a particle CADR of up to 360m³/h and is able to deliver 6000L of clean air per minute offering 25-43m² effective coverage area.
Where the Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 increases its coverage capacity, offering 400m³/h PCADR and 150m³/h FCADR so that it can filter the air of a 20m² living room entirely in about 20 minutes.
Lastly, the premium of the trio, the Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Pro increases its coverage at less timeframe, offering 500m³/h PCADR and 185m³/h FCADR, so that it can filter the air of a 40m² living room entirely every 15 minutes.
In response to the coverage area, the company promised that the filter in each of these is highly efficient with a large surface area and high content of high-quality activated carbon, and one filter can last 6-12 months.
The Xiaomi Smart Air Purifier 4 Pro traps up to 99.97% of air pollutants as small as 0.3 microns, thanks to the 3-in-1 filtration system that combines electrostatic charge and mechanical filtration technologies, the company boasts.
It also has both PM2.5 and PM10 sensors to precisely detect inhalable particles of different sizes, it’s an ionizer that helps capture floating pollutants. Overall, these Smart Air Purifiers promise a healthier, cleaner, and reduced-allergen indoor air environment year-round. Xiaomi says they will be available soon.