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Xiaomi has launched on its crowdfunding website, Youpin, a new electric bike that looks more like a small electric bike at a simply impeccable price.

Priced at around € 400 (value introduced in China), this small electric bike looks more capable than the normal bike we are used to. It also has a small engine that can take us up to 120 kilometers without pedaling.

Xiaomi electric motorcycle

This electric bike by the name of "Mi HIMO T1" is patent-based, but it seems that Xiaomi and the company that makes it have come up with a way to make it real. Therefore, Xiaomi in partnership with "Himo" decided to launch the bike to the public. If the public decides to buy the small gadget from crowdfunding, it is very likely that Xiaomi will manufacture it again for the general public.

Will this electric bike arrive in UK?

Xiaomi already has electric bikes for sale in UK. This time, this bike is a partner between Xiaomi and QICYCLE. That is, the ideology is the same the gadget is that is slightly different. The price is not.

Xiaomi Electric Bike 2

Electric bike is a partnership between Xiaomi and Himo

Xiaomi's crowdfunding website, Youpin, helps small and midsize businesses take their gadgets further. However, Xiaomi also has to win with this.

The brands present the designs to the Chinese giant and, if interested, can launch the product in Xiaomi crowdfunding with their approval and recommendation. In addition, Xiaomi typically integrates smart products with its own "Mi" application. That is, Xiaomi wins because it has more products and smaller brands win because it has more visibility and sales of their product.

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