The electric kitchen is a growing segment of home appliance manufacturing in China.
The technology has taken off in China and has been hailed by consumers as an alternative to gas and electric.
But in an industry where home appliances are often built to last, they often come at a price.
The Xiaomi electric kitchen, pictured in New York, features a single-core, 5-watt battery.
The company said it has built a single battery, which could charge the appliance in about a day.
The battery is connected to the electric appliance through a micro USB port.
If the appliance is not plugged in, the charger will run continuously and charge the battery, as long as there are no other appliances plugged in.
If there are any other appliances connected to it, the battery will be charged automatically.
Xiaomi also said the battery can power a full-size refrigerator, microwave, or other appliance, and it will also charge an electric dishwasher and a coffee maker.
This is not the first time the company has built an electric kitchen appliance.
In January, the company announced a larger version of its electric kitchen called the Mi Max, which it says can cook up to 10,000 calories per day and consume up to 500 watts of electricity per charge.
The new electric kitchen was sold through Chinese retail giant Alibaba, which is owned by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., and was expected to sell for more than $20,000.
As we previously reported, the new electric appliances could have been a better choice for Xiaomi than its gas and electricity-powered versions.
Xiaomi said it was testing the electric kitchen on Chinese customers, but said that in the end it is not looking to change the brand.