Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Best Memory Foam Mattress
    12:31 Deals

    When 75,000 Amazon shoppers rave about a $130 memory foam mattress, you need to check it o…

  2. Amazon Gift Card Promotion
    14:41 Deals

    Amazon’s giving away $15 credits, but this is your last chance to get one

  3. Control Garage Door With iPhone
    08:10 Deals

    Unreal deal gets you Amazon’s hottest smart home gadget for $23 – plus a $40 c…

  4. Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum
    16:11 Deals

    Amazon coupon slashes our favorite self-emptying robot vacuum to its lowest price ever

  5. Best Amazon Finds 2021
    08:49 Deals

    5 must-have Amazon devices you might’ve never even heard of




Xiaomi’s GoPro killer shoots 1080p at 60 fps… and costs just $64

March 2nd, 2015 at 9:00 PM
Xiaomi YiCamera Vs. GoPro

Xiaomi has made a name for itself by putting out hardware with incredible specs at insanely low prices — witness its $640 49-inch 4K TV if you want just one example. Sister site BGR India points us to Xiaomi’s latest exercise in low-margin madness: A GoPro rival that shoots 1080p video at 60 frames per second and costs just $64.

DON’T MISS: Samsung Galaxy S6 edge hands-on: We finally found the Galaxy we’ve been looking for

The new Xiaomi YiCamera features a 16-megapixel Sony Exmor R CMOS sensor and offers a 155-degree panoramic view along with slow-motion recording and time lapse video capabilities. Its rock-bottom price compares extremely favorably with the $400 price tag of GoPro’s Hero 4 Silver.

Xiaomi has been a red-hot gadget manufacturer in the Chinese market over the last couple of years and has consistently wowed the world with its willingness to undercut its competitors’ prices by huge margins. At its peak last year, the company sold a crazy 1.16 million smartphones in a single day and it’s able to ship 940,000 packages a day from its fulfillment centers.

However, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to get your hands on a YiCamera in the future since Xiaomi hasn’t started selling it in the U.S. yet and would very likely face patent lawsuits from GoPro and other companies if it tried.




Popular News