Pocket-sized power with Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0!
The Anker PowerCore Speed 10000 QC power bank offers a compact but powerful charging companion that can fit in your jeans pocket or bag! It carries a hefty 10,000 mAh power, offering several charging top-ups for most smartphones at a go.
Anker's understated and functional black casing doesn't draw attention to itself, making it stylish in either the home or office. A Micro-USB cable is included for charging the PowerCore itself, but can be reversed to in turn charge your mobile devices. Of course, it's also compatible with your gadgets' own cables, including Lightning cables if you have an iPhone or iPad, making it versatile no matter your brands of choice.
The PowerCore range really comes into its own with cutting-edge charging and safety technology which offers some of the most efficient power swapping in the businesses, not to mention Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 output.
This little powerhouse will easily keep you running when you're away from a mains outlet!
How much mAh charge is enough?
To get a rough idea of how may times your device can be charged by a given power bank, you first need to know the battery capacity of your gadget. For example, an iPhone X has a 2716mAh battery. Double that number (5400) and divide the powerbank capacity by this amount. This gives you a very rough idea of how many full charges you'll get. You can inflate this number by working in the highest efficiency zone, recharging your device from no less than 20% to no more than 80% - this will give you the most charge duration overall!
- Input: 5V 2A
- Output: 5-6V 3A , 6-9V 2A , 9-12V 1.5A
- Li-ion Rechargeable Power Core: 10050 mAh / 36.18 Wh
- Super-compact form-factor: 100mm (L) x 63mm (W) x 22mm (H)
- 18 Month Anker Warranty
- Powerfully compact - fits in your pocket or purse!
- Compatible with any USB chargeable mobile device
- Up to 24W output (12V 2A)
- Up to 3A output (5V)
- Colour: Black
Note: The PowerCore devices should be charged from a wall charger with 2A or greater output. Charging from computers, laptops or wall chargers with 1A or less will take longer and be less efficient.
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Posted: 23rd Sept, 2014
How it work or how to use?
"We've written a blog article on exactly this topic! Check it out here for all the answers: http://www.cablechick.com.au/blog/what-are-power-banks-and-how-do-they-work/"
Posted: 1st Dec, 2014
When your battery is flat, can you just plug in the power bank and continue using your phone? Or do you have to leave your phone to charge up from the powerbank before you can use it? If it's the latter, how long would it take to charge your phone before you can use it?
"If the phone battery is completely flat (ie: phone is off and can't turn on) then you'll have to wait for enough power to be restored before using it again. It usually takes less than 10 minutes to get enough charge in to power up the phone - the same as if you plugged it into a wall charger. If your phone is very low battery, then in most cases connecting the power bank will allow uninterrupted, continued operation. Our power banks can charge your phone at practically the same rate as a wall charger (with the exception of iPhone 6 Plus and Tablets that need 2A charging, then only power banks rated as such will be as fast)."
Posted: 30th July, 2015
Can these 2600mAh power banks be connected together through USB to charge a larger battery?
"No. To charge a larger battery a more powerful power bank is required.
Posted: 4th August, 2015
How do u know when ur power bank battery charger is done charging so you can use it to charge your phone?
"Red LED ON: Battery Charging
Red LED OFF: Charged / Unit off
Blue LED ON: Battery Discharging (to device)"
Posted: 26th Sept, 2015
I have a mains charger for my Android phone with a USB skt. Can I use this to charge a power bank from the mains?
"Yes, you can use your Android phone's wall socket USB charger, with the included Micro USB Cable (or any other Micro USB Cable), to charge this power bank from a mains power source."
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