Xiaomi is the number 1 company in the world when it comes to the powerbanks sales. Last year it has sold the most powerbanks in the world. Though there is no info yet concerning this market, we are sure the Chinese tech giant has done it best not to yields the position to other manufacturers. This year the company has launched a few new models. But today we are going to talk about the Xiaomi Mi PowerBank 2 (Upgraded version). As you understand, there are not made many changes in comparison to the original Mi PowerBank2 but one. This model comes with two USB output interfaces, but the price tag remains the same, 79 yuan ($12).
The appearance of the Xiaomi Mi PowerBank 2 (Upgraded version) is identical to the original model. Thus it comes with a single-piece body made of aluminum alloy. The surface passes through an anodizing process to provide a drop collision and anti-corrosion effect.
Under the hood, we can find high-quality lithium polymer batteries with a board conversion of 90%. That’s why though the batteries capacity is 10.000mAh in total, the actual output capacity of 6500mAh. The company claims it is capable of charging the iPhone 7 for 3.5 times, while the Mi 6 can be charged for 2 times.
At last, the Xiaomi Mi PowerBank 2 (Upgraded version) comes with two ports. One of the supports a variety of fast charge protocols. But both ports can charge phones simultaneously. Each of them comes with a 5V / 2.4A output power. Therefore, the total power is 15W. The input power features are impressive as well. It comes with 12V / 1.5A and 9V / 2A 18W mode fast charge.