Xiaomi launches Bluetooth earphones, semi-in-ear headphones and an electronic thermometer in China

The Xiaomi thermometer can detect a body temperature change of 0.1-degrees Celsius and runs off a CR1220 coin cell battery.


Xiaomi has launched two new headphones and an electronic thermometer in China. The Mi Bluetooth earphones and Mi Dual-Unit semi-in-ear headphones are extensions of the existing series of earphones from the company, whereas the thermometer is a first in its lineup.

The company did recently launched the smart Mi Body Composition Scale that measures BMI, body fat, water and more priced at Rs 1,999 in India.

 Xiaomi launches Bluetooth earphones, semi-in-ear headphones and an electronic thermometer in China

Mi Bluetooth headset.

According to a report on Weibo, the Mi Bluetooth earphones are made using "skin-friendly" and elastic material. The Bluetooth earphones come with a collar design to put the earphones around the neck. The other headphone launched are a semi-in-ear set that only slide partially into the ear, like Apple's EarPods.

The Mi Bluetooth earphone is priced at 299 yuan in China (around Rs 3,000) and will be available from 3 April in Gray, Black, and Gold colours. It weighs 40 g and supports a frequency range of 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz and 100 dB sensitivity. It can be used for 8 hours after one charge and has a standby time of 200 hours, according to Xiaomi.

The Mi Dual-Unit semi-in-ear headphones are already on sale in China for 69 yuan (around Rs 700). These headphones are Hi-Res Audio certified, offer a frequency response of 20 Hz – 40,000 Hz and a sensitivity of 105 dB. The headphones come with a 1.25-metre cable with a three-button in-line control unit. The Mi Dual-Unit semi-in-ear headphones are available in Black and White colours.

Mi Dual Unit semi-in-ear headphones.

Mi Dual Unit semi-in-ear headphones.

The Xiaomi electronic thermometer looks similar to other electronic thermometer available in the market. It comes with a 0.74-inch LCD display to show the temperature and a button on the top of it. The thermometer can detect a body temperature change of 0.1-degrees Celsius and is powered by a CR1220 coin cell battery. It doesn't use mercury, making it environment friendly. The thermometer has a range of 32 to 42 degrees Celsius and automatically turns off if not used for more than five minutes. The bottom part comes with a thin metal wrapped sensor that senses the temperature from the body.

The electronic thermometer, which will become available with the Mi Bluetooth earphone from 3 April, is priced at 19.9 yuan (around Rs 200).


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