31 Mar '16, 6am

Xiaomi’s 20,000mAh power bank and new Mi Band are coming to Malaysia https://t.co/l3NmywCleI

Xiaomi’s 20,000mAh power bank and new Mi Band are coming to Malaysia https://t.co/l3NmywCleI

which now comes with a heart rate sensor. It looks the same as before but you’ll find an optical sensor underneath. Like the current version, it also tracks your steps, sleeping pattern and you can also use it to unlock your Mi smartphone when you’re within range. It is also IP67 resistant and this could probably last up to 30 days depending on your usage. The new Mi Band is priced at 99CNY which is about RM60.

Full article: http://www.soyacincau.com/2016/03/31/xiaomis-20000mah-pow...

Tweets

Mi 20,000mAh Powerbank and Mi Band Pulse goes o...

soyacincau.com 01 Apr '16, 3am

The next product is their latest Mi Band that comes with a heart rate sensor underneath. This not only tracks your activit...

Mi Ecosystem (米家) – Xiaomi’s new sub brand and the new Mi Induction Heating Pressure… https://t.co/YKCbZEFh5k

Mi Ecosystem (米家) – Xiaomi’s new sub brand and ...

justinlee.sg 29 Mar '16, 8am

The “Mi Ecosystem” or 米家 (translated as Mi’s Home) sub-brand covers a range of products manufactured by Xiaomi’s ecosystem...

Xiaomi and Hastro teams up for a special editio...

soyacincau.com 05 Apr '16, 10am

Remember “SoundWave” from the original Transformers series? This time, it comes in a shape of a Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 instead of...

#singapore #sales Xiaomi introduces Mi Induction Rice Cooker and it’s not an April Fools’ Jo... https://t.co/fV2NTZYVDj

#singapore #sales Xiaomi introduces Mi Inductio...

greatdeals.com.sg 30 Mar '16, 12pm

Which isn’t surprising, since they achieved relatively good success with their earlier air purifiers and water filtering s...

China-led infrastructure bank #AIIB eyes first ...

straitstimes.com 31 Mar '16, 8am

NEW DELHI (REUTERS) - India hopes to receive one of the first loans issued by the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investmen...

Registrars Preoccupied By .BANK Domain Names Ne...

domainnews.com 31 Mar '16, 4pm

Remember what upset were you when someone forced you to do something you didn’t agree with. It seems that registrars are f...