1. Mallowpuff's Avatar
    I have been wanting a Powerbank for a while now. So when AUKEY asked if I'd like one to review, I was ecstatic.

    First impressions were that it was a Powerbank. It's not flashy, or trying to be something it isn't. Which is exactly what I was looking for, so it gets a point from me there. It is a semi-matte black with only a small AUKEY logo near the charging ports.

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    Something that honestly surprised me quite a bit was how small and light it is. I have a OnePlus 6T and this Powerbank, except for being slightly thicker, is smaller than it. Weight wise, it is very close. I would say the Powerbank weighs just a tad more. Here are some pictures with the Powerbank compared to a regular mechanical pencil. Being this light, and affordable, comes at a price though. It simply feels cheap. It's plastic-y and does have a tad bit of flex.

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    Now on to one of the most important parts, the in/outputs. It has plenty. This Powerbank has two UAB A ports, one capable of Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0. The other is a standard 2.4A. QC3.0 is not near as common as it should be on Powerbanks so that was great to see. It also has one USB C that can act as an input or an output. This is capable of 18W PD(Power Delivery). Another thing that most Powerbanks, especially at this price, do not have. And finally it has one micro USB in, for those of us who have not switched to USB C(me included!). Here are a couple pictures..

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    And finally, performance. It has been great. Honestly, I was surprised by the charging speed. It neared my OnePlus Dash Charger speed. It was not quite as fast, of course, but I didn't expect it to get close. It kept my Switch charged for almost an entire day, which was pretty great. We all know the Switch isn't the best when it comes to battery.. I haven't done a true timed test, but it charged my OP6T twice and still had some juice left.

    Overall impressions, 4.5/5. I have had absolutely no issues with it at all. The only downside is the cheaper feel but it more than makes up for that.
    01-23-2019 01:32 PM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    Nice write up bro!
    Mallowpuff likes this.
    01-23-2019 03:15 PM

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