Xiaomi Launches 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank, And Power Strip For Just $24 And US$6

Ahead of Chinese Singles’ Day sale scheduled on November 11 2015, Xiaomi has introduced 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank, and a new Mi Power Strip alongside it. Two new Xiaomi Mi products based on electricity will go on sale according to online stores.


Just after launching 16,000mAh, 10,400mAh, 10,000mAh and 5000mAh variants, this new 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank added into the segment and is priced at 149 Yuan (Rs 1,540 approximately). Go on sale through Mi.com. Xiaomi will later announce plans regarding the global roll out.

While the Singles’ Day in China is one of the biggest shopping festivals that sees huge amount of online sales. Last year, Xiaomi had tracked a record of nearly selling $163 million in sales in just 12 hours, and in this year’s sale, the Chinese manufacturer will be putting up its recently launched Mi Band 1S, now called Mi Band Pulse on retail.

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The Mi Band Pulse retains the three LED notification lights on the top, the IP67 certification for dust and water resistance and the vibration. Xiaomi promises the same 30-day long battery life, using the heart-rate sensor quite often may hog a good amount of battery.

Now that we’re talking about the Mi Power Bank which comes with a 20,000mAh battery and boasts an ABS plastic body. It features two standard USB ports, micro-USB port, and LED lights to show the battery level. It is designed by Texas Instruments and comes with nine layers of circuit protection, similar to other Mi power banks.

With a maximum output of 5.1V/3.6 A, the company says the 20,000mAh Mi Power Bank can charge a Mi 4 4.5 times, an iPhone 6 seven times, an iPad mini three times, and even a MacBook 1.2 times and only weighs at 338 grams, which is less than the 16,000mAh variant (350 grams).


It supports fast charging, which the company says will help in charging the power bank up to 11,000mAh in only three hours. The batteries on the inside are manufactured by LG or Panasonic and it promises up to 93% conversion rate and a minimum 12700mAh actual output. Charging (5V/2A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A) only takes 3 hours to charge the power bank up to 11000mAh.


Now that Xiaomi has also launched a new Mi Power Strip, instead of three power sockets and three USB ports, this new strip has five power sockets and 3 USB ports. It is priced at 39 Yuan, which roughly translates to Rs 400 and US$6 roughly. Available to purchase from Mi.com on November 11th.