Redmi launches 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh Power Banks


Redmi has been such a very fortunate name for Xiaomi that has brought a revolutionary change in the company’s performance. Redmi phones have been ruling out the markets across different countries. And now, the company has launched its first two Redmi-branded power banks in China. These two new power banks include the PB100LZM, which has a 10,000mAh battery capacity and the PB200LZM, which has a 20,000mAh battery capacity.

Xiaomi announced the launch of the new power banks in a post on Weibo. Both of the power banks come in white color. It is still not confirmed whether they will be available in other colors or not. The 10,000mAh power bank features a slim body has dual outputs, in the form of two USB Type-A ports. It has two inputs one Micro-USB and one USB Type-C port although neither of them supports fast charging. 

The worst part is that these power banks doesn’t feature fast charging even for the output which is quite disappointing. The power rating for the input port is 5V and 2.1A, while the output is rated at 5.1V and 2.4A (12.2W). Xiaomi claims that this power bank has nine different types of protection, including low-voltage and a reset function. There’s also a button on the side and presumably a LED lights for the charge status too.

The 20,000mAh version is quite similar to that of the lighter version, with the same number of ports but the size and charging functions are different. This power bank supports fast charging with an input rating of 5V and 2A, 9V and 2.1A, and 12V and 1.5A. The output power is rated at 5.1V and 2.4A, 9V and 2A, and 12V and 1.5A. This indicates that it supports 18W fast charging. Xiaomi claims that this power bank can charge a Redmi Note 7 around 3.5 times; a Mi 9 around 5.3 times, a Redmi K20 about 3.5 times, and an iPhone XS about 4.8 times which is incredible.

As for the price and availability, the 10,000mAh variant is priced at 59 Chinese Yuan (approx Rs. 590) while the 20,000mAh battery is priced at 99 Chinese Yuan (approx Rs. 991). Both of the power banks will go on sale starting July 23 in China.

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