Xiaomi announced a new health-tracking device called iHealth Box and a 10000mAh power bank at its event in China, yesterday. The same event also witnessed the launch of Mi Max and MIUI 8 custom ROM.
The iHealth box can measure body vitals like blood pressure and heart beat. It has a 4.3-inch screen to show the readings and comes with WiFi connection to connect with the Android devices. It also has voice broadcast that can automatically read out the results and packs a 2200mAh battery. The Xiaomi iHealth 2 is priced at 399 yuan (approx. Rs. 4000).
Moving on to the power bank, the 10000mAh Mi power bank is slimmer than other Mi power banks with thickness of 12.6 mm. It also features one USB Type-C port that can be used to charge the battery itself or a phone and also includes a standard USB port along with LED power level indicator and the power button. It is priced at 149 yuan (approx. Rs 1,500).
However, there are no details about if or when these products will launched in India.