Even though it is not near to the initial power capacity that power banks that have Panasonic battery cells can promise, the PowerCore 20100 + still does extremely well.
With its output power capacity of 16,080mAh, you will be capable to provide your smartphone about five full charges or much more if you have a smartphone that has little than normal battery capacity.
Tablets will have no issues charging fully and this goes for complete-sized and mini tablets.
Current-stabilizing VoltageBoost and smart-charging PowerIQ technologies to get the quickest possible charge up to 2.4A per port.
With a capacity of 20100mAh, PowerCore + can charge a typical phone seven times without itself needing a recharge.
Despite its big capacity, PowerCore + can be completely recharged in eight hours by a 2.4A charger and the added USB to USB-C cable. That is twenty percent quicker than a typical charger of similar capacity.
Capable of charging the fresh MacBook at 5V/2.4A. USB-C charging can be triggered by pressing the power Wheel.
Anker specially integrates smart-charging PowerIQ and current-stabilizing VoltageBoost technologies, offering your gadget with the quickest possible charge up to 2.4A per port.
The PowerCore + 20100 is built with just the highest-grade materials and circuitry and is given a premium aluminum alloy finish that makes it both amazingly attractive and relaxing to hold.
Multi protect safety system
Little circuit prevention, surge protection, and more latest safety specs keep you and your gadgets safe.
- High power capacity that can charge tablets and smartphones many times.
- Quick charging via each of its ports and it has a Max output of 6A. The type-C port can charge compatible gadgets and even MacBooks.
- It is truly heavy and big, so it is not the most portable power bank.
- It does not make sense to purchase if you are not using the Type-C port.
To sum up, there is a two USB charging port and the Type-C port on a little side of the power bank. On top of the power key and the power key has 10 LED power capacity indicators on top of it.
Charging starts when you link a device to the power bank, anyway, charging with the Type-C port is pretty different because you have to press the power key to make the Type-C port into an output port.
Charging mechanically stops either when there are not any gadgets linked to the charger or if all the gadgets linked to the power bank are completely recharged.