The latest Google Assistant smart speaker from Xiaomi provides IR control for your television and appliances.

Smart speakers with the Google Assistant frequently only have two main functions: to accept commands and to play music. You can use an IR transmitter to control your TV and other equipment with Xiaomi’s brand-new Google Assistant smart speaker.

The Xiaomi Smart Speaker IR Control is famous for exactly what it says it is when it launches in India. It has the capacity to use IR signals to control neighboring equipment.

At its core, the Google Assistant smart speaker functions just like any other. It shares many of the same fundamental features as a Google Nest Mini, for example. Hey Google starts the microphones with support for, among other things, playing music on hold, managing smart home gadgets, setting timers, and asking inquiries.

The Xiaomi Smart Speaker IR Control has 360-degree surround sound for music listening. Xiaomi claims that it also has two far-field microphones and that the Google Home app supports Stereo Pair as normal.

But IR control is the feature that really stands out here. The speaker emits a signal that is used to operate some electronics using infrared light. The majority of televisions, certain fans and air conditioners, as well as many other gadgets, are just a few that can be operated in this way.

IR devices are connected to and operated via the Xiaomi Mi Home app, as opposed to the Google Home app, which is typically used to add speakers. In open spaces, range is stated to be 10 meters.

The Xiaomi Smart Speaker IR Control also features a built-in digital clock, which is a great addition. We’ve seen clocks like this on Google Assistant speakers previously, like the Insignia model from Best Buy.

The cost of Xiaomi’s latest lands at 5,999 in India, currently discounted to 4,999 IR speaker. Unfortunately, it’s not known yet whether the product will be offered elsewhere.

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