Over the past few days, Xiaomi has been taunting the launch of new power banks in India. The company unveiled the Mi Power Bank 3i in India today. It comes in two sizes: a slim battery pack of 10,000mAh and a chunky battery pack of 20,000mAh.
3i features of Mi Power Bank
Now, Xiaomi is already selling a lot of different power banks in India, so what is so different about Mi Power Bank 3i? First of all, dual-input (via USB Type-C and micro-USB port) and dual-output (via USB-A ports) are supported by the 10,000mAh power bank 3i. On the other hand, the 20,000mAh power bank 3i supports dual-input and triple-output. USB-PD (power delivery) is provided by the USB Type-C port aboard the 20,000mAh power bank and can be used to charge devices.
Yeah, unlike the 10,000mh Redmi power bank, which only supports up to 10W fast-charging, both the 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh Gacor power banks support 18W fast-charging. These two also support a Low Power Charging mode, as well as older Xiaomi power banks. By double-pressing the power button, you can enable it to charge accessories like Mi Band 5, Mi TWS Earphones, and more.
So, what are all of the charging outputs enabled by the Mi Power Bank 3i? The 5V/ 2A (10W), 9V/ 2A (18W), and 12V/ 1.5A (18W) power outputs are provided by both the 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank 3i. To view the amount of juice left onboard both the power banks, you can find a power button and LED indicators.
Both of these power banks come fitted with Li-Po (Lithium Polymer) high-density batteries and advanced chip security with 12 layers. This will protect the equipment from over-heating, over-current, and short circuits.
The price and availability of products
The 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank 3i was priced at Rs. 899, while Rs. 1,499 is required for the 20,000mAh power bank in India. Both of these power banks are now up for sale on Mi.com, so go ahead if you’re looking to get a new portable charger.