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    Xiaomi 65W GaN Charger Pre-orders Begin for 149 Yuan ($21)

    The Xiaomi 65W GaN charger has now been put on the Xiaomi Mall website and pre-orders have been officially opened. It will begin to go on sale at 10:00 on June 16, and the pre-order price is currently set at 149 yuan.

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    According to reports, Xiaomi’s 65W GaN fast-charge charger uses GaN’s third-generation semiconductor materials and can fully charge a Xiaomi 10 Pro in merely 45 minutes. It is compatible with most USB Type-C phones, laptops, and tablets.

    It’s a fairly impressive charger, and the fact that it’s compatible with laptops means there’s a lot of utility for it too. We’re looking forward to seeing if the charging adapter comes to other markets or not, since there’s a lot of potential here.

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