The latest models in the Mitu range from Xiaomi. The kits are assembled again with the help of the Mitu app and some are even motorized and remote controllable.
Admittedly, we have deliberately avoided smart watches for children here in the past. It is a controversial topic. But even apart from its intended use, the Xiaomi Mitu Rabbit 4 Pro seems to be an interesting Smartwatch, not least because of its two integrated cameras.
Xiaomi Mitu building blocks set – The Xiaomi Mitu excavator consists of 980 individual parts and is not only fun for children to set up.
Xiaomi adds another model to its building block series, which appears under the Mitu toy brand. It is a truck consisting of over 1,500 parts, which is also motorized again and can be remote controlled.
A kit with a programmable motor has long been available from a well-known Danish toy manufacturer, and Xiaomi also wants to get involved in this market. Our Xiaomi Mitu test ends nevertheless with a rather moderate overall impression.
With the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro, Xiaomi introduced the T-series in 2019 as an answer to OnePlus. What the series stands for is hard to discern. In this series, the focus of the Xiaomi 11T series shifts to charging. Finally, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is the first globally available smartphone with 120W charging!
With the “Storm Tank” set C71012W, CaDA has a remote-controlled tank in its range that can also be controlled via app and is even programmable. With “only” 501 parts, assembly is comparatively quick. In return, the finished model offers all the more functions.
A total of 5 different sets consisting of up to 1,200 parts – Xiaomi’s new Jupiter Dawn series of clamping modules lets you build futuristic sci-fi vehicles. Some of them are also motorized and controllable via app.
While searching for good, new models we stumbled upon this excavator from CaDA. It consists of 491 parts, is motorized and comes with a remote control.
The manufacturer 90Fun belongs to the Xiaomi ecosystem like FIMI or Mitu, but concentrates more on bags and cases. We could already test the 90Fun college backpack and were positively surprised, which is why the 90Fun multitasker caught our eye immediately.
We already gave you the first leaks to the supposed Redmi 8A a few months ago. Meanwhile the new low-budget smartphone has been available for quite some time and shows again how much smartphone you can get for less than $100.
Almost 2000 individual parts and with the enclosed set of motors and remote control also “remote” controllable. The CaDA C61006 off-road truck should keep you busy for hours.
This CaDA sports car, a replica of a Porsche 919, consists of almost 1,600 individual parts. Optionally, it can even be retrofitted with an engine and remote control. We have taken up the challenge and set about the several hours of construction.
You’re never too old for these sets, are you? From the manufacturer CaDA comes this kit of 1498 parts, which can even be remote controlled and can be built in two different ways: the CaDA battle tank.
This robot is going to kill you… with CUTENESS! A bit strange, but also a bit cute is this motorized RC Bunny. Just have a look at his little carrot. Aaaaawwww!
The Ryze Tello was developed by RYZE Tech, but in cooperation with DJI (and Intel), and is also listed in the shop of the Chinese manufacturer. Externally it resembles the Spark and Mavic Air, but is much cheaper. Here you can find out what you get for this “savings price”.
We’ve seen the FunSnap iDol Selfie drone sold on youpin by Xiaomi, before it also found its way into the well-known online shops. But it is produced by the Chinese manufacturer FunSnap. In addition to the 1080p camera, they feature various AI functions.
Charging your mobile phone on the way is no longer a problem thanks to Powerbanks. But if you don’t want to carry them around with you? This mini model is a powerbank for the keychain and hardly bigger than a USB stick.