Xiaomi Launches idmix Super Travel Charger, Starting at 219 yuan ($30)


Xiaomi idmix Super Travel Charger
Xiaomi Launches idmix Super Travel Charger, Starting at 219 yuan ($30)
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Today, one of the Xiaomi eco-chain enterprises released its new travel charger. The MR CHARGER (aka Xiaomi idmix) is considered to be a super travel charger, which not only serves as a powerbank but also a charger. The MFi version is priced at 269 yuan ($37), while the Type-C version is priced at 219 yuan ($30).

The Xiaomi idmix Super Travel Charger combines the functions of charger/charge line/power bank and is compatible with British, Australian, and European adapters. It can be quickly switched between them. So you don’t have to use a bunch of data cables when you go out. This simply means you acquire one product for all purposes. Well, for three purposes, at least.

Xiaomi idmix Super Travel Charger

This Super travel charger has a built-in foldable AC pin. So you can plug it in the socket to charge itself. This product also supports side charge. So even if the hotel only has one charging port, you can also charge the phone.

As we are dealing with a power bank, it’s quite interesting what a capacity the battery has inside. It turns out the Xiaomi idmix sports a built-in 10000mAh lithium battery (the rated capacity is 6500mAh). In other words, it can charge the Xiaomi Mi 9 2 times or the iPhone XS 2.2 times.

The Super Travel Charger Apple MFi certified version has a data line output power of up to 5V/2.4A. Thus, the charging speed is about 2 times faster than that of 5V/1A equipment. Moreover, it can charge the iPhone XS Max with the C-Lightning line to 40% in 30 minutes.

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The total output power of the Super Travel Charger is 5V/3A or 15W. So when working alone, USB-A, Type-C own line, and Type-C port output power will reach 5V/3A or 15W.

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