Xiaomi announces smart shoes powered by Intel

The shoes come in black and blue color options for men, and pink for women.

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Published Fri, Mar 10 2017 10:22 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:56 AM CST

Xiaomi has announced the company's first pair of smart shoes made in cooperation with Intel.

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The 90 Minutes Ultra Smart Sportswear (not so catchy name) have 60-day battery life and can track movement, whether you are walking, running or climbing. At the end of the day, the shoes send a report of distance, speed, and calories burned.

Intel provided the brain of the shoes, Intel's Curie chip, that stores vital data.

The shoes come in black and blue color options for men, and pink for women. There is also a special edition "blue edition" that glows in the dark.

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The smart shoes are already available on Mi Home for $46.

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