Xiaomi has launched four new accessories in the Indian market today- the Mi Rollerball Pen, Mi Travel U-shaped Pillow, Mi I Love Mi T-Shirt and the Mi Band 2 Charge Cable. All these four products will be available via Mi.com starting tonight. Xiaomi is known as an internet company in China because it launches various accessories and IoT products on the mainland. And this year, the Chinese company is bringing some of those products to India as well. The Xiaomi Mi Rollerball Pen is one of the widely known accessories from Xiaomi and starting tonight, it will be available in India as well at an attractive price of Rs 199.
Coming to the prices of other accessories, the Mi Band 2 Charge Cable will be available at Rs 129. This accessory will be very much helpful for users who lost the charger of their Mi Band 2. The Mi Travel U-shaped Pillow is the pricier one of the four at Rs 999 and lastly, the I Love Mi T-Shirt will be available for purchase at Rs 399. Xiaomi is already selling the No.1 Smartphone brand T-Shirt in India at Rs 199. All the four products will be available for purchase through Mi.com starting at 12 AM tonight.
Xiaomi is bringing various accessories to the Indian market this year. The Chinese company earlier launched the Mi Selfie Stick Tripod, Mi Body Composition Scale, Mi Casual Backpacks (three of them has been launched in India), and so on. All the Xiaomi accessories can be picked up from Mi.com itself. There’s a separate Accessories section in the header of the website through which a user can browse the products.
Xiaomi is also committed to launching other accessories as well in the Indian market very soon. However, there’s no update on when Xiaomi is planning to bring the IoT products to the country as they’re already available for experience purpose at the company three Experience Stories in Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi.
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