Called the Mumu BP2, it has been developed by Chinese health device manufacturer Mumu.
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Mumu is completely wireless and runs on a rechargeable battery. With the aim of being as simple as possible, it only has two buttons: power and Bluetooth connection. Everything else is controlled by the app. Users can monitor the data in real time and record it on Baidu Cloud, including systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and heart rate. To accommodate for older phones – likely those used by elderly users – the device and app are compatible with the older Bluetooth 2.1 and the newer 4.0.
Commentators note that blood pressure monitors are relatively simple to make and require little expertise to use. They also clearly meet a need – a World Health Organization report published one year ago shows hypertension affects over 40 percent of Chinese adults aged 45 or older.
The Mumu BP 2 is now available for pre-order in China for RMB 399 (US$65) and will ship on November 8.