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Xiaomi launches 20000mAh Mi Power Bank for USD 24

Xiaomi has launched a whopping 20000mAh Mi Power Bank in China. The company has launched 520mAh, 10400mAh and 16000mAh power banks in the past as well. Lets dive into the details of the latest power bank from Xiaomi.


The 20000mAh Mi Power Bank has been designed by Texas Instruments that comes with nine layers of circuit protection. All the other Mi power banks came with an aluminium body but this one is made up of ABS plastic that offers a better grip and prevents scratches, according to Xiaomi. As it has 20000mAh capacity, it comes with more batteries as well, however, it just weighs 338 grams and that is lighter than the 350 gram 16000mAh Mi Power Bank. This is mainly due to the ABS plastic body in place of aluminium.


Coming to the buttons on the power bank, the power button is on the side, microUSB slot for charging the power bank and two standard USB slots for output that will let the users charge two devices simultaneously at the bottom, along with the four LED battery indicators. It comes with 5.1V / 3.6A output, which is similar to the 16000mAh power bank. The batteries are made by LG or Panasonic and it promises up to 93% conversion rate and a minimum of 12700mAh output. The device also comes with fast charging (5V/2A, 9V/2A and 12V/1.5A) and it takes only 3 hours to charge the power bank up to 11000mAh.

The Xiaomi 20000mAh Mi Power Bank has been priced at CNY 149 (US $24 / INR Rs 1,555 approximately) and would be going on sale in China starting from November 11 via The company has also recently announced the updated Mi Band Pulse that now comes with a heart rate monitor and it will also start selling in China from November 11. However, the company has not revealed any details about their global launch yet.


Xiaomi has also updated an existing accessory. It’s the Mi Power Strip and now it comes with 5 power sockets instead of the 3 power sockets and 3 USB ports in the original model. It has been priced at CNY 39 (US $6 / INR Rs 407 approximately). It will also go on sale on November 11 in China from the official website.

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