Mi HyperSonic Power Bank Launched in India for Rs. 3,499

Xiaomi India has launched the Mi HyperSonic Power Bank in India for Rs. 3,499. The 20,000mAh capacity power bank is capable of fast charging up to 50W. Let’s take a closer look.

Mi HyperSonic Power Bank looks sleek and tastefully designed.
Mi HyperSonic Power Bank looks sleek and tastefully designed.

Mi HyperSonic Power Bank: Features & Specs

The I/O on the Mi HyperSonic gets three ports — 1 USB Type C and 2 USB Type As. The Mi HyperSonic is capable of powering up smartphones at 50W and even a laptop at 45W. The USB Types C doubles up as the charger for the power bank itself, filling it up to the brim in just 3 hours and 50 mins.

Mi HyperSonic Power Bank looks sleek and tastefully designed.

The construction is also sturdy. Its made out of Polycarbonate-acrylonitrile butadiene styrene or PC-ABS. The matte black finish looks good too. Strength also treads inside. High-density Li-poly batteries make them compact and safe. The 16 layer chip protection also promotes safety against short circuits, voltage protection, temperature protection, etc.

Also Read: Redmi Note 10T 5G Review – 5G Normalized

Double-tapping the power button enables low-power charging mode for smaller devices such as accessories that aren’t built to be fast-charged. These devices include – smartwatches, Bluetooth headsets, fitness bands, etc.

Mi HyperSonic Power Bank looks sleek and tastefully designed.

The Mi HyperSonic Power Bank is available at a crowdfunding price of Rs. 3,499 starting 30th July 2021.

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