Xiaomi has reduced the prices of its Made in India Mi Power Bank 2i 10000mAh and 20000mAh variants. The 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i variant now costs Rs 799, while the 20000mAh variant will retail for Rs 1,499. So both the variants received a price cut of Rs 100 in the country. Nevertheless, these are the launch prices of both the power banks because, in April 2018, Xiaomi hiked the prices of these two power banks by Rs 100, which took the price of Mi Power Bank 2i 20000mAh variant to Rs 1,599 and Rs 899 for the 10000mAh model. That said, Xiaomi hiked the prices earlier because of the changes in tax structure, but the reason behind the price reduction is yet to be revealed by the brand.
These new prices are already effective on Mi.com. Customers interested in purchasing the Mi Power Bank 2i 10000mAh or 20000mAh variant can head over to Xiaomi’s Mi.com and make a purchase. In addition, the new prices are already effective across other e-commerce portals such as Amazon and Flipkart. Also, it seems like Xiaomi will sell the power banks at new prices on Mi Home offline stores too. Xiaomi is also selling the power banks across offline stores such as Big Bazar, Vijay Sales etc.
The 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i sports metal body and offers features such as two-way fast charge, dual USB output and low power charging support. Xiaomi also stated that this model features Lithium polymer batteries inside and also has nine layers of circuit chip protection. This model is available only in a single Black colour and measures just 14.2mm in thickness.
Coming to the 20000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i, it has high-density lithium polymer batteries of high-capacity. Xiaomi has added features such as two-way quick charging, dual USB output and it even has support for Quick Charge 3.0 on a single port. The Power Bank also ships with a low power charging support. The 20000mAh model is available only in a single white colour option.
Xiaomi is also offering six months of warranty on both the power banks.
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