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Xiaomi is creating a lot of buzz across product categories at the moment. Excellent pricing has kept demand for its products high, and limited supplies have increased their appeal. After introducing several smartphones and the Mi Pad tablet, the company has brought its fitness wearable, the Mi Band, to India at a sweet price of just Rs. 999.
This makes it one of the cheapest activity trackers you can buy in India, but low price alone doesn't make a product worth buying. If your smartphone can also track physical activity, do you really need the Xiaomi Mi Band? We used it for a week to find out.
Design and features
The Mi Band is comprised of two components - the band itself and a Bluetooth capsule that tracks your activity. The product has no screen, but its three LED indicators let you know how close you are to achieving your daily step goal at any given point. The capsule can track your sleep patterns, let you unlock your phone without a password when it is nearby, and vibrate to alert you about incoming calls and alarms. It has a smooth metal surface with the three LEDs on top, though the side in contact with your arm is made of plastic.