- Includes 2 USB-A ports with charging support Quick Charge 3.0
- 1 USB-C port supports Power Delivery, capacity up to 45W
- Quality finishing is quite good, sturdy
The feeling of holding the battery The first feeling of Xiaomi is that it is very sturdy and heavy (because it has a large capacity), however the 2 USB-A heads look aesthetically beautiful, but it will be difficult for us. Earn a 20,000 mAh battery in the same price range that is better than Xiaomi's.
The middle USB-C port is a 2-way charger, we can charge 45W into this battery with fast speed.
With 45W via USB-C port, we can easily charge the MacBook 12 ", MacBook Pro Air, MacBook Pro 13", even in some cases still charge well for the 15 "line.
My MacBook Pro received 14.2V – 2.92A, on the MacBook report system, it received 45W.
Also using this USB-C port to charge Google Pixel, it receives 18W easily.
We can charge A fast port for full Android smartphone devices on the market that support Quick Charge 3.0.
However, I realized in the charging results, there were enough 3 ports:
- The battery will always prioritize the USB-C PD port, for example, the MacBook plug has a 45W priority, and the iPhone or Pixel prioritizes 18W.
- If charging 3 full ports, 2 USB-A ports only have a total capacity of 7.5W (divided by each other), so the total capacity of all 3 ports that Xiaomi Gen 3 charger can be 52.5W
- If you charge only 2 USB-A ports for 2 mobile devices, it only has 5V – 3A ~ 15W (divided equally between 2 ports).
- So Quick Charge 3.0 is only available when we charge a USB-A port only.
With the measured charging capacity, I am completely satisfied with Xiaomi Gen 3 battery. It is difficult when the price is only 650K we get a full charging need not only for Android devices but also iOS, MacBook devices Port C, good finishing.