Xiaomi launch an ECG sports T-shirt for fitness enthusiasts

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Xiaomi launch ECG sports T-shirt

One of Xiaomi’s subsidiary company, MIJIA which is pretty well known for their smart lifestyle products have just launched an ECG sports T-shirt which is focused on helping athletes and sports enthusiasts manage their activity level much efficiently and that too more stylishly. The MIJIA Sports ECG T-shirt is designed like any other sports T-shirt you would find at your local store however, Xiaomi have made this particular shirt using a seamlessly integrated weaving process which gives the consumer a quite some room for breathability and elasticity. The latter also allows for a tight fit for added support without restricting the user’s movement.

The highlight regarding the T-shirt is the ECG bean at the center that is designed to capture micro signals generated by the users’ heartbeat. The ECG beans use a very sleek COTECH sensor fiber which is put in place to capture signals. The ECG T-shirt is able to record data in real-time with a maximum time limit of 60 seconds and a sampling rate of 250 times per second. User can now accurately record their activity in real-time and this can not only help you in training sessions but in addition, it also proves to be a guide for a comprehensive analysis of the user’s physical state.

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Among other notable features, the ECG bean module also features an LED indicator in the middle which gives you an idea about your heart rate interval and it also able to  differentiate between different states as well. Finally, the MIJIA Sports ECG T-shirt is currently available for purchase in China for $44. It is still not clear when the product will be made available globally however, we presume that consumers in Pakistan can purchase the product from mistore.pk.

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