Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank released for 59 yuan ($9)


Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank released for 59 yuan ($9)
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Today, Chinese manufacturer, Redmi, released a new member in its powerbank lineup. The new Redmi powerbank comes in two versions. We have the Redmi 10,000 mAh standard version and the Redmi 20,000 mAh fast charge version. Presales is currently ongoing on Xiaomi Mall while the first outright sale is on July 23. The standard version is selling for 59 yuan ($9) while the fast charge version goes for 99 yuan ($14).

Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank

The Redmi powerbank continues the minimalist style of Xiaomi. It is pure white, elegant, with rounded corners, and has lacquer on all sides. The Redmi 10,000 mAh standard version comes with a built-in high-density lithium polymer battery. The battery capacity is 37Wh.

Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank

It provides a dual-input interface (USB-C and Micro USB) and dual output interface (2 x USB-A). With this, it can charge two devices at the same time. The dual-port can output up to 5.1V/2.6A at the same time. The single-port input is 5V/2.1A while the single-port output is 5.1V/2.4A.

Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank

According to the official, the Redmi 10,000 mAh standard version can charge the Redmi Note/Redmi K20 7 1.75 times. The Xiaomi Mi 9 will be charged 2.4 times while it will charge the iPhone XS 2.3 times. It supports small current charging. You can double-click the power check button to turn on the 2-hour low-current charging mode. This is suitable for charging smaller devices like Xiaomi Bluetooth headset and the Xiaomi Mi Band.

Redmi 10,000 mAh powerbank

By the way, the Redmi 20,000 mAh fast charge version comes with similar appearance but it is obviously thicker. It also provides a dual-input interface (USB-C and Micro USB), dual output interface (2 x USB-A), 74Wh large capacity, and it supports bidirectional 18W fast charge.

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