Xiaomi India has recently announced that now people can book a Virtual Demo of Mi Products from their homes. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Xiaomi has taken this initiative to let potential customers experience their products online. The initiative is called ‘Xperience’ and you can register for the same for free.
Xiaomi Xperience: Book a Virtual Demo of Mi Products
The Chinese consumer tech giant has announced the initiative on its official Twitter handle. According to the company, this new initiative will give “a chance for you to experience a virtual demo of your favorite Mi products from the safety of your home.”
Now, the question is how do you get to book this virtual demo? Well, it is quite simple. All of need to do is fill out the Google form the company has shared in the tweet with your details. It includes your name, email address, state, city, mobile number, and the product you want to see the demo.
Yes, you will need to choose specifically the product you want to see the demo for. As of this writing, the company only offers a demo for seven Mi Products. These include Mi 11X, Redmi Note 10S, Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, Mi 11X Pro, Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Mi Laptop, and Mi TV. However, the company might include more of its products in the coming times.
After submitting the form, a representative from Xiaomi India should contact you for the same. The company is claiming to arrange for the Virtual demo of Mi Products as soon as possible. Considering the initiative, you should receive the call sooner rather than later.
So, there you have it. You can now book a virtual demo session for a handful of Mi Products at home free of cost. It’s a great move by the company as customers can conveniently get a hands-on experience safely at home. This will surely help them make an informed decision of whether to buy a particular product or not.
So, what are you waiting for? If you’re planning to buy any of the Mi Products mentioned above, go submit the form and experience the live session.
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