Xiaomi introduces Mi RGB Backlit Gaming Mechanical Keyboard and Water-resistant Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Youth Edition

Xiaomi last week introduced new Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with customizable RGB lights for all the 104 keys and Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Youth Edition. It has TTC Red switches with a 3-mm travel distance. It uses Sonix microcontroller with a 32-bit Cortex-M0 core and USB interface supporting a 1000 Hz polling rate.

It supports 33-key rollover for the best gaming experience so that you can press multiple keys almost simultaneously. It has a 5052 Korean aluminium body offering full metal texture that enhances the look. It has two foot pads that lets gamers choose the keyboard angle accordingly for a better gaming experience. It measures 440 x 131 x 40mm and weighs 785g.

The Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Youth Edition is cheaper than the Mini version and comes with water-resistant and sweatproof body with IPX4 ratings. It has a light weight design at just 13.6 grams.

Xiaomi Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Youth Edition features and specifications

  • Bluetooth 4.1 connects to devices
  • Multi-point feature lets you connect to two devices and switch between them
  • Ear hook is made of flexible soft material making it convenient and comfortable to wear without any pain even after prolonged strenuous exercise
  • Built-in MEMS microphone for clear audio
  • On-ear controls to adjust volume, in-line button to accept calls
  • Dimensions: 445x80x26mm; Weight – 13.6g
  • 5 different set of ear tips
  • Waterproof and sweatproof (IPX4)
  • 120mAh battery with up to 11 hours of talk time and 260 hours of standby

The Xiaomi gaming keyboard comes in Black color, is priced at 229 yuan (US$ 33 / ₹ 2,325 approx.) and the Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset Youth Edition comes in Black and White colors, and is priced at 99 yuan (US$ 14.4 /  ₹ 1000 approx.) . These are already available for purchase in China.


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