The Xiaomi 10,000 Mi Power Bank offers a durable aluminium alloy metal housing. The device comes with a number of safety features including protection for over charge, over discharge, short circuit, temperature, over voltage, over current, and more. It is capable of charging the Mi Note 2.5 times, the iPhone 6 four times and the iPad Mini 1.5 times. The device has LED indicator lights, a power button, and takes 3.5 hours to fully charge via an 18W charger.
The Xiaomi Mi iHealth blood pressure monitor comes with a built-in 2,200mAh rechargeable battery, a 4.3-inch colour display, Wi-Fi Direct, micro-channel interaction, and live voice broadcast. You can see your real time pulse and heart rate fluctuations on the display. Thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi, the device automatically saves the data in the cloud.
The new 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank has been priced at 149 Yuan, around Rs 1,530. The Xiaomi Mi iHealth blood pressure monitor on the other hand will be available for 399 Yuan, approx. Rs 4,000. While it’s likely that the power bank will make its way to India, we don’t expect the blood pressure monitor to make its way here anytime soon.