This year, in late May, tech company Xiaomi, introduced its Mi Band in the US. Following its outstanding success on American shore, the Company plans to take this bet to a whole new level. And so, Xiaomi launches cheapest heart monitor on the market. The launched is scheduled for the 11th of November in China, during Singles Day.
What’s so great about the Mi band? Well, the price for one thing. Starting at 15 dollars, anyone can afford to have their own personal fitness tracker. According to a statistic regarding the overall prices of similar gadgets on the market, the Mi band is the award-winner of the “cheapest fitness tracker” title.
Overall design looks okyish, silicon strap, and plastic cover for the display and for only 16 bucks you can have all in the palm of your hand (or rather your wrist). The Mi band is primarily a fitness tracker and recorder. You can also you it as a sleep tracker. The device is also capable of connecting with other devices and thanks to the building vibromotor you can now keep track of all incoming messages.
But that’s not all the good news in store. Prompted by their success, both in the US and China, the Company plans to deliver the next generation of cheap bracelet monitors. And so, during the celebration of Singles day, an event that is sure to bring some profit into the Company’s profit, Xiaomi launches cheapest heart monitor available.
The new version of the waterproof monitor bracelet will only cost 16 bucks and apart from a few tweaks in design, the Mi Band Plus basically looks like his predecessor.
So what’s the difference between Mi Band and Mi Band Plus, apart from the “plus” added to its name to give it a little pizazz? It seems that apart from its two basic features, Xiaomi added a heart monitor and a brand new battery in order to prolong the device’s life.
So, in conclusion, should I buy a Miu Band Plus monitor? Definitely! Its sleek, its waterproof, the overall products is very light and with by adding the silicon strap to its design, the Company made sure the device won’t slip from your writs when you are exercising.
And the price itself seems to be a big plus. For only 16 bucks the Miu Band Plus is capable of doing exactly the same things that a pricier fitness tracker does.