120W charging on the cheap


Last year’s Mi 10i debuted a 108MP camera in the mid-range category, but this year Xiaomi is focusing on bringing fast 120W charging speeds to a wider audience with the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge. However, is the phone just a one-trick pony or is there more to discover here? Find out in the Android Authority Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge review.

What you need to know about the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge

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  • Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge (6GB RAM/128GB Storage): Rs. 26,999 (~$362)
  • Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge (8GB RAM/128GB Storage): Rs. 28,999 (~$389)

The Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge is a retooled version of

The weekend’s best deals: HBO Max, new AirPods, Apple Watch Series 7, and more


Ars Technica

It’s time for another Dealmaster. Our latest roundup of the best deals we can find from around the web includes a rare discount on HBO Max subscriptions. Right now, new or lapsed subscribers to the video streaming service can take 20 percent off the cost of a monthly subscription, for up to 12 months in total. The deal applies to both the ad-supported and ad-free plans, bringing them down to $8 per month (from $10) and $12 per month (from $15), respectively. If you run the offer out for the full 12 months, it’ll result in a $24

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE review


There’s a category in the smartphone market that has emerged over the past few years that I’ll call “value flagships.” Buying one feels a little like getting away with something — nearly all the features of a high-end device with a significantly lower price. Phones like the iPhone SE, Pixel A-series, and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 FE are classics of the genre, combining the right features for the right price at the right time. With its second entry in the category — the Galaxy S21 FE — Samsung is just a little off the mark on all the elements that would

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