In the past, fast-charging was something you could only find on flagship smartphones. Unless you’re on iPhone, but even Apple’s caught up there too. The beauty of technology is that as time goes on, these “flagship features” start trickling down to the smartphone range.
As more people gain access to handsets that have fast-charging, the demand for fast-charging grows and that’s where third-party accessory makers like Aukey and Anker thrive — what with all the recommendations from popular YouTubers.
Then there’s Tronsmart, which is a brand that doesn’t really get as much coverage as the others do. But, in my experience they make some solid products.
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During the weekend, a 19-year old was reported to be found dead while sleeping with his phone while it was being charged by a power bank. Unlike other cases of electrocution from a direct charger, many were surprised that a power bank could possibly be the cause of death.
With a typical power bank pushing 5V 2A, it is definitely safer than a wall socket charger and most people believe it isn’t enough to kill anyone. Unfortunately, for some power banks, it could be more dangerous than you think.
If you’re looking for genuine Xiaomi products, Mi Malaysia has set up its new online store on Lazada Malaysia. This will be their official channel and the first sale is happening this Friday, 18th November.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is water resistant with a certified rating of IP68. That means it can withstand being submerged up to 1.5 metres deep and that even includes the new S-Pen. While charging technology has come a long way with faster speeds and wireless convenience, Samsung has also introduced a rather interesting accessory that makes “wet charging” possible.
Everyone wants to keep their smartphones sufficiently charged. Like us humans, we need to fuel up our devices every now and then.
For a complete nourishment for you and your smartphone, meet the KFC 5-in-1 “Watt a box”. This pack of finger-licking goodness comes with something extra.
The Redmi Note 3 will go on sale next Wednesday in Malaysia along with its new mammoth sized power bank and an updated Mi Band fitness band. The new Mi 20,000mAh power bank is hitting their online store at only RM99 while its updated Mi Band Pulse with heart rate monitoring is going for just RM79.
UPDATE: Xiaomi 20,000mAh Power Bank and Mi Band Pulse official pricing revealed.
Apart from their new Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi Malaysia is bringing a couple of new accessories to our local market very soon. The first device as teased above is their new powerbank that packs a huge 20,000mAh capacity.
Xiaomi is the number 1 name when it comes to affordable and quality power banks. As demand for power on the go grows, the Chinese company has managed to make their power banks smaller and lighter.
With USB Type-C becoming a new standard, they have just announced a new 10,000mAh power bank that comes with the new reversible port. At 12.58mm thin, it is almost as compact as their current 5,000mAh ultra-slim unit (9.9mm).
Double 11 or better known as Single’s Day is a huge cyber sale event in China. The folks at Xiaomi are not leaving out Malaysia and they are offering special deals and discounts for today only.
Firstly, the newly announced Redmi Note 2 will go on sale starting today with the retail price of RM649. Two colours will be offered – White and Dark Grey with stocks to be delivered within 2 weeks.
A power bank is more than just a lifesaver for your phone. With more devices relying on USB power, Xiaomi has announced its largest power bank yet, with a gigantic 20,000mAh capacity.
The current 16,000mAh power bank which retails for RM89 is quite a heft at 350 grams and Xiaomi has managed to make the new 20,000mAh version lighter at only 338 grams. That’s even lighter than two of the latest 10,000mAh power bank that weighs 207 gram each.