Fans of Xiaomi, rejoice! A PHYSICAL store has finally popped up in Malaysia.
Prior to this, anyone who loves the brand could only purchase their products via Xiami’s online store on Lazada. But now that an actual shop has opened up, we can easily purchase rice anywhere.
Wait, please don’t leave.
Surprisingly, the Chinese brand opened their Mi Premium Reseller Store in Queensbay Mall, Penang!
So Mi fans in the north can enjoy shopping in the shop while the rest of Malaysia would still have to rely on the online store. For now…
In an official statement on Mi Malaysia’s Facebook page, they proudly said,
“To all Mi fans staying in Penang and nearby cities, do feel free to pay a visit to the store to hands-on experience Mi products such as the Mi phones as well as other Mi Ecosystem products!
“We’ve always listened to what you have to say and humbly accept all your constructive feedback.
“All thanks to your never-ending support towards Mi, our team of Mi bunnies have been sacrificing lots of carrot-eating time to make more Mi products available officially in Malaysia.”
Not only did Mi Malaysia take their fans’ demand for a store into consideration and made it into a reality, they even added quite a few new products which are not available on the online store!
1. Mi Smart Scale (RM119)
2. Mi Router 3 (RM149)
3. Mi VR Play (RM49)
4. 90 Point Luggage 20″ (RM289)
5. 90 Point Luggage 24″ (RM339)
6. 90 Point Metal Luggage (RM1,849)
7. Mi City Backpack (RM159)
The doors to this cool Mi store will open on April 29, 2017 and it will definitely be a bang as Xiaomi will have a grand opening launch.
So be sure to check out the store if you’re on the island and grab these amazing stuffs which are only available to Malaysians there.
While the rest of us….
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