In March of this year, Xiaomi released four 65-W chargers with model numbers AD65G, AD653, AD651 and MDY-11-EB. The AD651 device was distinguished by the fact that it did not support Xiaomi’s proprietary current transfer protocols and was soon discontinued. Now, it has been replaced by charging with the model number AD651P.
Some Xiaomi smartphones support various voltages and charging currents, such as 10 V and 5 A, 10 V and 4 A, 10 V and 3 A and so on. To provide the required current, the charger must support PPS. The old version with the model number AD651 was endowed with the PD 3.0 standard, which does not support Xiaomi proprietary fast charging and could charge the Mi 10 Pro with a power of 18 watts. The updated AD651P adapter is capable of charging this device with a current of up to 50 watts.
As for charging other devices, the new power supply is no different from the previous model and can provide charging power for 65 W compatible laptops and tablets. In addition, the dimensions of the new charger decreased by 27% and amount to 50 × 50 × 28 mm. According to the information on the Xiaomi website, it is able to charge the MacBook Pro 13 in 1 hour and 50 minutes, and the 15-inch Mi Notebook Pro in 2 hours 25 minutes. The cost of the charger remains the same and is only $ 14.
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