ZMI GaN Charger with 67W Released

April 13, 2023

According to Gizcoupon’s news on April 12th, Xiaomi‘s ZMI GaN charger has released a new model with a 67W power output that supports simultaneous charging for three devices, available at an introductory price of 129 yuan. Developed jointly by CUKTECH and ZMI, this charger supports 67W MAX flash charging, GaN3 technology, 2C1A interface, 8 protective mechanisms, multi-device compatibility, and is smaller and more powerful. It also comes with a 6A high-current fast charging cable (1.5 meters, Type-C to Type-C).

ZMI GaN charger

The new ZMI GaN charger features

This charger is compatible with various charging devices, providing 67W MAX fast charging for Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi 12S Ultra, Redmi K60 and other models, and can also charge high-power devices such as the new MacBook Pro and fill light. Specifically, it can fully charge Xiaomi 13 in 38 minutes, and provide 27W MAX fast charging for iPhone 14 Pro Max, reaching 55% battery in 30 minutes. It also supports stable 65W output for Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Gen 2.

The third-generation gallium nitride (GaN) technology used in this charger has outstanding thermal conductivity, high-temperature resistance, and high-voltage resistance, which not only enables the charger to be small and lightweight, but also provides advantages in charging power conversion compared to chargers with the same power output (non-GaN).

This charger features a three-charging interface design that can intelligently recognize the power input of a computer and prioritize stable power supply to computer devices. The Type-C 1/2 single-port output has a maximum power output of 67W, while the USB-A single-port output has a maximum power output of 22.5W.

The charger adopts a classic foldable plug design with a more balanced center of gravity and stable use. You can fold the plug 90 degrees, which makes it more compact when you place it in a bag and reduces the risk of scratching other items.

Note that due to the Lightning chip, if any of the three ports is connected to a Lightning data cable, it will be recognized as a single output device, and the remaining Type-C port will not be able to reach the maximum output power of 67W.

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