ZMI has launched the No. 20 Mobile Power bank, a successor to the ZMI No. 10 Mobile power bank which was launched towards the end of 2016. In August this year, ZMI released a second-gen No. 10 power bank with a 45W power rating. ZMI No. 20 Power bank arrives with a bumped up power rating of 65W which is suitable for charging notebook PCs.
The No. 20 mobile power bank comes with a large capacity of 25,000mAh and supports 120W output. This makes the power bank the only one globally which supports 120W fast charge rating. The Mi 10 Pro Extreme Commemorative Edition also happens to be the only device with such rating. ZMI equally touts the big battery as capable of charging the iPhone SE 2020 from zero to full charge eight solid times and the MacBook Pro 1.3 times.
In terms of the interface, the power bank comes with two USB-C interfaces. While one of the ports support 100W output, the second USB-C port is static at 45W output. At the same time, it supports 65W self-charging and can be filled within 2 hours if it goes flat.
The new ZMI No. 20 Mobile Power Bank Pro is priced at 399 yuan ($59). There is no word yet on when it will go on sale.
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