The 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank is Xiaomi's biggest power bank to date. A high capacity aside, it also comes with two USB ports that support a maximum output of 3.6A/5.1V. We tell you if you should pick one up, or stick to the 10,400mAh version.
Xiaomi's Mi Band has been available in China for a while now, but the activity/sleep pattern tracker will soon be available in Singapore when it launches next Tuesday (16th December) for S$19.99. Can it compete with other, more expensive activity trackers? We find out.
With a retail price of S$229, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G costs marginally more than the non-4G model and is set for battle against the other budget 4G phones and phablets in the market. Does it do well in giving us consumers the best value for money? Find out in our review!
The 5,200mAh Xiaomi Mi Power Bank is cheaper, smaller, and lighter than its 10,400mAh sibling, but it also has a smaller capacity and lower output current. Are these the only differences? Find out what else we discovered in our teardown.
While we advise against buying a cheap power bank, there's always an exception to the rule. Is the S$14 Mi Power Bank from Xiaomi the one? We tested it and even torn it apart to find out what's really underneath its aluminum case.
Xiaomi is trying its hand at the lucrative phablet market with the Redmi Note. It not only packs a serious punch with an 8-core processor, it also undercuts the competition with a very attractive price tag. Can Xiaomi deliver great performance in an affordable package? We find out in this review.
Xiaomi's MIUI OS is famous for its high level of customization and features. We've gone through an extensive discussion on its major features, but what about its hidden, lesser known features? Here's a list of seven tips you didn't know about MIUI V5.
Xiaomi's MIUI is one of the most popular Android ROMs in the world with over 35 million users. With Xiaomi's recent expansion beyond the Chinese market, it's prime time that we take a closer look at some of its distinguishing features built right into its user interface.
The Mi 3 is Xiaomi's current flagship smartphone with an affordable price tag. Equipped with all the linings of a top device like a 5-inch Full-HD IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and a 13MP rear camera, can the Xiaomi Mi 3 stand up against other Android flagship smartphones? We spill the beans.
The Xiaomi Redmi has proven itself to be very popular among consumers in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan since its launch last July. Does the Redmi really offer plenty of bang for the buck? Find out in our review of the most affordable smartphone to-date!