- Mi Boost Pro Power Bank 30000mAh listed on Xiaomiís crowdfunding website.
- It has dual input ports - Type-C and micro-USB
- It supports up to 18W fast charging.
Xiaomi has launched a new power bank with a massive 30000mAh capacity. This new power bank, dubbed as Mi Boost Pro Power Bank 30000mAh, is currently available at a special crowdfunding price of Rs 1,999 on the company's crowdfunding website.
Xiaomi has set a goal of 5,000 units in 15 days for the new power bank. At the time of writing, the campaign was funded by over 400 people. The shipping will start from May 15, if the goal is reached.
The Mi Boost Pro Power Bank 30000mAh is currently available in a black colour option with an anti-skid finish. It gets a 30000mAh lithium polymer cell with 16-layer circuit protection. Moreover, the power bank supports up to 18W fast charging.
Talking of the port selection, Xiaomi has provided a total of four ports on Mi Boost Pro Power Bank 30000mAH, which includes two USB Type-A, a Type-C, and a micro-USB port. Interestingly, the power bank supports dual micro-USB and Type-C input, which means the device can be charged by any of the two.
Also, the triple output ports will allow you to charge three devices simultaneously.
The power bank supports PD 3.0, which can spit up to 18W output via the Type-C, whereas the output through the dual Type-A ports is capped to 18W.
The new power bank from Xiaomi comes with PD 3.0 and supports recharging itself via a Type-C to Type-C cable with a peak power of 24W. This means the power bank supports fast charging for recharging and can fully charge in under 7.5 hours.
The new power bank compatibility extends to 5V/2A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A charging, allowing users to connect and charge most devices, including phones, fitness bands, smartwatches, tablets, and more.
The company claims that the Mi Boost Pro Power Bank 30000mAh can charge the iPhone 11 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max in less than two hours. Notably, the power bank also comes with a low charging mode that can be used to charge low power devices like Mi Band 5, wireless earphones and more. Users can enable the low charging mode by double-pressing the power button.