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Xiaomi utilizes Gallium Nitride technology and provides a maximum output of 67 watts across three ports

Xiaomi recently unveiled its latest accessory, the Xiaomi GaN Charger 67W (2C1A), which incorporates Gallium Nitride technology. The device is equipped with two USB Type-C ports and a USB Type-A port, and is labeled with the model number A07ZM.

The official price of the charger is ¥149, but customers can currently purchase it at a discounted price of ¥129 as part of the launch promotion.

The newly launched Xiaomi GaN Charger 67W (2C1A) stands out from other chargers as it utilizes Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology instead of the more common silicon, allowing for a smaller overall size. It measures a mere 53 x 28 x 53.9 in dimensions.

In addition to its compact design, the charger features a foldable pin and comes with a 1.5m white USB Type-C to Type-C cable.

The charger supports Xiaomi’s own proprietary charging standard, delivering up to 67W, as well as USB PD for up to 65W. The two USB Type-C ports can provide a maximum output of 67W, while the USB Type-A port is limited to 22.5W.

All three ports can be used simultaneously, with the output speeds being divided between them.

Finally, the Xiaomi GaN Charger 67W (2C1A) comes equipped with 8 layers of protection, including overvoltage protection, input and output overcurrent protection, low ripple, short circuit protection, over temperature protection, low electromagnetic interference, and resilience.


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