Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 3 with 30,000mAh capacity, 18W output unveiled

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 13 Jun 2020
HIGHLIGHTS

The Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 3 has two USB-A ports, one USB-C port and one MicroUSB port.

It supports 18W output from the USB-A and USB-C ports.

The power bank itself can be charged at up to 24W using the USB-C port.

Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 3 with 30,000mAh capacity, 18W output unveiled

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Xiaomi has unveiled a massive 30,000mAh power bank. It will go on sale in China from June 18 and is priced at CNY 170 (Rs 1820 approx. directly converted). Since the device has a massive 30,000mAh capacity, it supports fast charging at up to 24W via USB-C. This means that if you have Xiaomi’s 30W fast charger, you can top up the power bank in 7.5 hours. The micro-USB port, on the other hand, is limited to 18W. To put the 30,000mAh capacity into perspective, a smartphone with a battery capacity of 4000 to 5000mAh can be charged 4 to 5 times. A small device like the iPhone SE which has a 1821mAh battery can be charged more than 10 times. 

All the connectivity options of the power bank are neatly laid out on one side. For connectivity, the power bank has two full-size USB-A ports, one USB-C port and one MicroUSB port. The power bank supports 18W charging from the USB-A and USB-C ports. The power bank also has a low-current mode for small devices like smartwatches or Bluetooth headphones, etc. 

Xiaomi sells power banks with 10,000 and 20,000 mAh capacity in India and there is no information on when the 30,000mAh power bank will come to India. On the charger front, Xiaomi does sell Mi 18W dual-port charger, Mi 18W car charger, and the Mi 27W superfast charger in India. 

In other Xiaomi news, we recently reviewed the Mi 10 smartphone and you can check out our review here. Xiaomi also entered the laptop segment in India with the launch of the Mi NoteBook 14 and Mi NoteBook 14 Horizon edition. All the laptop variants run on the 10th gen Intel processors. You can read more about the laptops here.  Xiaomi has also launched the Mi Band 5 and there is no information on when the device is coming to India. You can, however, check out all the details of the Mi band 5 here.

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