Xiaomi Mi HyperSonic Power Bank with 20,000mAh Capacity, 45W Charging Support for Laptops Launched in India: Price, Specifications

The Mi HyperSonic Power Bank has one USB Type-C port and two USB-A ports.


Xiaomi has launched a new power bank in India. The new Mi HyperSonic Power Bank is equipped with 50W fast-charging capabilities. It has a total capacity of 20,000 mAh. The new power bank from Xiaomi comes with three ports, enabling users to charge multiple devices at the same time. The Mi HyperSonic Power Bank has one USB Type-C port and two USB-A ports. It is capable of charging a laptop at 45W charging speeds. Xiaomi further claims that the 50W fast charging of the HyperSonic Power Bank can refuel a typical 4,500 mAh battery in roughly 65 minutes. 

Users can recharge the power bank via the USB Type-C port in roughly 3 hours and 50 minutes. Xiaomi claims that its new power bank for charging laptops is built keeping user safety in mind.  The 20,000 mAh Li-poly batteries ensure fast and safe charging with every use. It also comes with six layers of advanced chip protection to safeguard devices from short circuit protection, temperature protection, input over-voltage protection, battery over-current protection, over-discharge protection, etc. 

The power bank also comes with a low power charging mode that can be activated by simply double-tapping the power button. This feature is handy to charge low power consuming devices like Bluetooth headsets, fitness bands, smartwatches etc. 

The power bank features a matte black design made from a high-quality PC + ABS material. The choice of material is said to make the power bank lightweight and durable. Xiaomi is making the HyperSonic Power Bank available for purchase in India via a crowdfunding program. It goes on crowdfunding starting July 30 for Rs 3,499 via the company’s official website.

Xiaomi recently launched the Mi Boost Pro power bank in India. It has a 30,000 mAh capacity and is priced at Rs 2,299. You can click here to know more about the same. What is your take on Xiaomi’s power banks in India? Do let us know in the comments below.