Xiaomi unveils iHealth box, 10,000mAh battery, shows new Mi Band

Peter, 10 May, 2016

Xiaomi showcased three accessories alongside the Mi Max, but details are pretty scarce at the moment. The new generation Mi Band was on stage, but that's all we got.

Then there's the 10,000mAh battery. It measures 12.6mm thick and has a USB Type-C (which can charge the battery or charge a phone) and a regular USB port. The battery will cost CNY 150 ($23/€20).

The Xiaomi iHealth box will measure biometric data, display it on its 4.3" color screen and send it to your phone over Wi-Fi. I don't trust Google Translate enough to tell what kind of biometric data the iHealth tracks, but it will cost CNY 400 ($60/€54)

Source (in Chinese)


Reader comments

  • Ian
  • 15 May 2016
  • y$Y

You think like I think lol

  • meh
  • 10 May 2016
  • nTV

Was getting exited that 10k battery will be inside phone (removable module)... but no - external bullsh** like 500 other similirar products in market.

  • Gon-j
  • 10 May 2016
  • th1

Pardon my foolishness but as soon as I've read the title my brain processed like: iHealth is a health monitor which charges your body up to 10,000mAh and can be worn as a new Mi Band. Oh my.

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