Xiaomi announced that it will release Mijia Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Pro tomorrow.
The preheating poster did not reveal the appearance of the new product, but emphasized that the new product can make the floor cleaner through chemical reactions.
Without electricity, chlorine and water will generate hydrogen chloride and hypochlorous acid (HCLO). Hypochlorous acid is a strong oxidant, a very weak acid, weaker than carbonic acid, but has a strong bleaching effect.
Its salts can be used as bleach and disinfectant.
Hypochlorous acid is mainly used as a disinfectant, and is widely used for disinfection of contaminated objects such as surfaces and fabrics, as well as water, fruits and vegetables, and food and drink utensils.
In addition to the above uses, hypochlorous acid can also be used for disinfection of indoor air, surfaces of secondary water supply equipment, hands, skin and mucous membranes.
What kind of substance will be produced under electrified conditions?
No matter what kind of substance is generated, it is likely to be related to sterilization and disinfection. This should also be one of the main selling points of Mijia Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 Pro.
One month ago, on July 26, Mijia Robot Vacuum-Mop 2 was just released.
Compared with the first-generation Mijia Robot Vacuum-Mop, the second-generation has three new features and two major upgrades.
The three new functions are: high-frequency sonic vibration mop, antibacterial mop, and laser obstacle avoidance system.
The two major upgrades are: the suction power is upgraded from 2100Pa to 2800Pa; the water tank is upgraded from 180ml to 190ml.
As a Pro model, its price should be above US$300. We will wait and see tomorrow.