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After Mi TV and Water Purifier, Xiaomi Now Offers 'Li-Ning Smart Shoes'

After Mi TV and Mi water purifier which were recently launched, It is now offering smart shoes with special features.

Published: 20th July 2015 09:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th July 2015 10:39 AM   |  A+A-

Chinese smartphone giants Xiaomi is now coming up with various surprises for its consumers.

After Mi TV and Mi water purifier which were recently launched, It is now offering smart shoes with special features.

Xiaomi’s subsidiary, Huami Technology in collaboration with Chinese sportswear firm Li-Ning launched the Li-Ning smart shoes that can measure users' running performance.

A module with sensors has been placed under the shoe sole having data such as the distance covered, calories burnt, the number of steps,etc. which will be sent to Xiaomi’s Mi Fit app through Bluetooth allowing the users to moderate their performance.

The shoes will be made available in two designs costing 199 yuan ($32) and 399 yuan.

It will be sold only at Li-Ning stores and not online.

The higher priced variant will be available in China from Monday while the cheaper is expected after a week.

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