Day to day use of our mobile phones poses a constant drain on our phones, as connectivity becomes fundamental for our lives, the way we communicate, conduct business, and live is tethered to our battery level, constant data exchange puts a strain on our consumer electronics devices batteries, it’s common to have a smartphone in our bags and right next to it, a charging dock, and a power bank just to get us through the day. As manufacturers develop better batteries for our phones, they release devices like the ones we share with you today to keep you connected to the internet so you can go on about your business in your daily life.
Xiaomi, the Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer, just unveiled a new wireless charging dock that has a double purpose: The Mi Wireless Power Bank 30W isn’t just a portable power bank, it is also a wireless docking stand. It’s made by a vertical wireless charging coil with USB-C.
This beautiful charging dock comes in color black and has a wireless charging icon in the top part to show wireless charging capability. Its lithium-ion polymer (10.000mAh) within the device makes it a powerhouse. Its nominal capacity is a mere 5600 mAh. This new power bank charges the telephone in its proximity in a quick way. The LED light on its side lets the user know the battery level and when the dock is connected to the base.
Xiaomi Mi Wireless Power Bank Photos
The Xiaomi Mi Wireless Power Bank (WPB25ZM) has a USB-A port with a 27W output and a USB-C port with a top 30W output. The power bank can also charge wirelessly 30w compatible devices like Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Ultra, Mi 10 5G, and the Mi Pro 9 5G. This peripheral will also charge an iPhone 11 and Samsung’s Galaxy S20.
With a $29 US dollar price tag, this peripheral will help you top off your mobile phone while you’re on the go. This great device is available for preorder on Mi’s website.
Xiaomi to include Wireless Charging in Next Line of Telephones
For Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi, the delve into wireless charging is a rather new incorporation to their array of phones, the company recently developed and unveiled its latest line of phones for the European market and the Asian market as the 2020s roll into 5G supremacy. The manufacturer’s entry-level line of mobile phones still relies on earlier docks such as micro USB and some have USB-C, still, they have no wireless charging capacity. Components and key parts prices for this type of technologies in entry-level phones increase their price tag, that’s one of the reasons why Xiaomi chooses to put these features in their top-tier telephones.
Xiaomi to Delve Deeper into IoT
With 5G technologies the new gold standard, companies are constantly releasing internet-of-things capable devices all over the place, from Xiaomi to Haier, LG, Philips, and Huawei, all of the major consumer electronics manufacturers plan to include IoT technologies in the market, the idea of contactless, interactive, AI-powered technology applied to homes and offices will become part of the new normality as technological companies adapt their products to the new normality to tackle coronavirus spreads.