Get the New Xiaomi Mi Band 5 Health Look ahead to $ 38 – CNET

The Mi Band 5 recently hit the US coast. You can get one for just $ 38.

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The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 has arrived in the US and brings a wealth of impressive features to your wrist at a low cost. How impressive and how cheap? Let's start with the latter: Walmart has that Xiaomi Mi Band 5 for $ 38. That's a few dollars less than the last time I shared this deal and the lowest price I've seen so far. te that it is offered through a third party, not Walmart.

The predecessor of the Mi Band 5, the Wed Volume 4was already a pretty solid product that sold for around $ 35 Stand from head to toe with the more expensive Fitbit Inspire HR.

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The waterproof Mi Band 5 has a 1.1-inch AMOLED color display (only slightly larger than the Mi Band 4), heart rate and oxygen sensors, dozens of animated dials, a magnetic charging cable and a 14-day battery.

This battery represents a minor downgrade as the Mi Band 4 was rated for up to 20 days – although two weeks is still pretty awesome. However, the Mi Band 5 adds several new sport modes, bringing the total to 11. Menstruation tracking is also added.

Although CNET's US team doesn't have to do a full review of the product just yet, CNET en Español reported on the Mi Band 5 back in August. You can use Google Translate to read an English version of this review. Bottom Line: "Interesting new features that, along with the low price, make a great choice for those who want to start taking care of themselves."

If you've already bought the new wearable, click the comments and let me know what you think!

First published earlier this year. Updated to reflect new retail price and availability.

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