Xiaomi Mi Power 2C Power Bank Launched

Xiaomi Mi Power

The power bank is an essential device, which enables you to charge your portable devices easily during power outrages and traveling. Xiaomi has unveiled a new power bank named Xiaomi Mi Power 2C with a massive 20000mAh battery capacity at $20. The power bank is available exclusively from the official Mi online store and Mi Home offline stores including Suning Tesco, Lynx, and Jingdong.

Xiaomi Mi Power 2C

Available in a White color variant, the Xiaomi Mi Power 2C is designed using a PCB and ABS body with a rough surface. Hence, you will be able to work with the power bank with adequate grip.

Xiaomi Mi Power 2C ports

The input port is coupled with dual output ports with support for 18W fast charging technology. The Mi Power 2C also includes four LEDs to indicate the charging level. The power/reset button is located on the left side of the power bank.

While you can charge the Mi 5X 4.3 times, the Mi Mix 2 can be charged 3.8 times using the Xiaomi Mi Power 2C power bank. It is also possible to charge iPad Mini 2.5 times using the power bank. Xiaomi has manufactured the power bank using premium Li-Polymer batteries with 93% conversion rate.

Xiaomi Mi Power 2C circuit

The output port provides support for Quick Charge 3.0 with a capacity of 5.1V/3.6A. Moreover, it will take up to 8 hours for the power bank to charger completely using the supplied Quick Charge 3.0 charger.

Xiaomi Mi Power 2C power

In addition to smartphones and tablets, the Xiaomi Mi Power 2C can also be used to charge low-power gadgets such as Mi Band and Mi Bluetooth Headset. However, you have to double press the Power button to swap the power bank to low power mode.

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Xiaomi has integrated several safety measures into the Mi Power 2C power bank and it includes temperature/overcharge/short circuit protection including input/output high voltage protection measures. The power bank provides 90% retention rate and can last up to 3 years with 300 charge cycles.

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