Xiaomi Launches Mi Body Composition Scale In India At Rs. 1999

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Xiaomi Launches Mi Body Composition Scale In India At Rs. 1999

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Since the turn of the year, Xiaomi has launched quite a few products in India. Up until February, the most famous Xiaomi products were its smartphones and power banks to an extent. In 2017, we met with Manu Kumar Jain, MD of Xiaomi India who conceded that Xiaomi had plans to bring non-smartphone products to the Indian shore. It looks like that has already started.

After launching three smart televisions in a space of one month, the company has now launched the Mi Body Composition Scale in India at a price of Rs. 1999. The device is available to buy exclusively via Fortunately, there are no flash sales for this product. However, its smart TV products will continue to be sold via flash sales which is understandable since their demand is much higher.

Mi Body Composition Scale Features

The smart weighing scale from Xiaomi is obviously more than just a weighing machine. It has a slip-resistant build which makes it safe to use with wet feet. It has a white LED which lights up three seconds after someone stands on the scale. Xiaomi claims that the scale provides accurate body composition statistics with 10 precise data points. It shows muscle mass, BMI, visceral fat, bone mass, body score, body fat, weight, basal metabolism, water content, and more.

For such detailed information, Xiaomi claims to use complex algorithms and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA). The Mi Body Composition Scale connects to the Mi-Fit app, which would make a lot of sense for people who also own a Mi-Fit band. Another interesting feature is that the Mi Body Composition Scale can store up to 16 user profiles.

The scale is powered by four AAA batteries that come out of the box. It has a weighing range between 5kg and 150kg with a reading precision of 50 grams.

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