A crowdfunding campaign will shortly provide the Mijia Intelligent Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor for a discounted price from Xiaomi. The device is clip-on, according to the manufacturer, making it simpler to use than a conventional blood pressure cuff. The Xiaomi app allows you to keep track of your measurements throughout time.
China has seen the launch of the Xiaomi Mijia Intelligent Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor. The manufacturer claims that its clip-on cuff is significantly simpler to tighten to your arm, especially for people with limited mobility. The readings are shown on a 3.7-inch screen with a gentle backlight in big text. As an alternative, you can instruct Xiao AI to read out your measurements at a volume of your choosing.
The Xiaomi Mijia Intelligent Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor has buttons built into it that may be used to start the reading and store blood pressure and heart rate readings locally. Additionally, you can link the device to the Xiaomi app so that you or your family members may monitor your readings and the battery life of the gadget. The blood pressure monitor is recharged using USB-C and has a battery life of up to 90 days when taking two readings every day. If it detects movement or if the cuff is excessively slack, which could result in an unreliable reading, the device can notify you. Additionally, if an irregular pulse is found, it will alert you.
Customers in China can pre-order the Mijia Intelligent Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor starting on February 15 for 199 Yuan (about US$29) through a Xiaomi Youpin crowdfunding campaign. In the future, the device is anticipated to retail for 269 yuan (about $39). The business has not yet said whether it plans to introduce the product in additional nations.