Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W launched, equipped with these features

Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W has been launched in China. This new power bank of Xiaomi can also be used as a wireless charging stand. This power bank has a 10,000 mAh lithium-ion polymer battery. In this you will get black color option. Also, this power bank has a connecting dock, with 5 connectors / pogo pins for charging. This power bank becomes a charging stand for wireless smartphones after being placed on the connecting dock, which looks like a Pixel stand, which was launched by Google.

Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W price

The Mi Wireless Power Bank 30 Watt is priced at CNY 199 (about Rs 2,100) in China and pre-orders for this have also started in China on Mi.com. As we mentioned, this power bank will be available for purchase in black color option. At present, no information has been given about its launch outside China.

Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W features

Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W has a black color finish and this wireless charging icon to show wireless charging support. It has a 10,000 mAh lithium-ion polymer battery, but it has a rated capacity of only 5,600 mAh. This power bank of Xiaomi comes with the dock, which has five pogo pins for charging. This power bank becomes a vertical wireless charger when connected with a doctor.

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If you want to charge your smartphone, just put this power bank on the dock and then put your smartphone on it for wireless charging. At that time the dock will charge the power bank and the power bank will charge your smartphone. The LED light on the side of the power bank shows the battery level of the power bank. At the same time, when the dock is connected, it lights up.

Talking about the port, this power bank comes with USB Type-A port, which has a maximum output capacity of 27 W. Apart from this, it also has a USB Type-C port, which has a maximum output capacity of 30 W. This power bank also has the ability to charge the device wirelessly for up to 30 watts, although it also depends on how much wireless charging support the device comes with.

If you do not want to charge your power bank with a dock, you can also charge it with a USB Type-C port in which you get an 18 watt maximum power input. At the same time, the power bank provides a 10 watt maximum power input when charged with pogo pins.

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