Xiaomi has just announced the launch of a number of new products as part of its Xiaomi Ecosystem launch in the Indian market. The new products that Xiaomi launched today include Mi Rollerball Pen, Mi Travel U-shaped Pillow, Mi I Love Mi T-shirt, and Mi Band 2 Charge Cable. The announcement of these new products comes about a week after the company launched its Xiaomi Redmi Y2 in the Indian market. The company claims that the launch of these products in India is its effort to expand Xiaomi portfolio in the country. Also Read - Best gaming phones under Rs 25,000 to buy in India in October 2021Also Read - Redmi Note 11 series to cost cheaper than Redmi Note 10 Pro Max?
Talking about the detail of the products, the Mi Rollerball Pen will come with an aluminum body and Xiaomi has priced the pen for Rs 179. The company claims that the Mi Rollerball Pen makes for an excellent gift . The second product in the lineup, the Mi Travel U-shaped Pillow is made from a mix of cotton and natural latex. It will be available in Grey and Beige color for Rs 999. The third product as part of the Xiaomi Ecosystem expansion is its Mi I Love Mi T-Shirt aimed at Xiaomi Mi Fans. It is made from soft, blended fabric and will be available in Grey, White, and Black colors. The company has priced this T-Shirt for Rs 399 in the market. Also Read - Are Chinese brands making the Indian government jittery?
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The fourth and the last product that the company is launching today is the Mi Band 2 Charge Cable. This is used for charging the Mi Band 2 and the Mi Band-HRX edition. This means that users who have accidentally lost or damaged the charging band of their Band 2 or the Band HRX edition can buy the cable officially from Xiaomi to use their wearable. Xiaomi has priced the cable at a price of Rs. 129.
The company added that all the products will be available on Mi.com starting from midnight of June 14, 2018. Even though it is better than nothing but we at BGR India are still waiting for the company to launch the good stuff such as the Mi Notebooks, smartphone gimbal, and more in the Indian market.