Anker Astro E1 Ultra Portable Power Bank Review


Littler limit power banks are as yet the most favored variant of power banks since they’re so portable and proficient in the meantime. It bodes well for additionally charging electronic companies to invest a greater amount of their energy into creating power banks that are meeting super portable needs of their users, and that is the thing that this Astro E1 charger can accomplish. Originating from Anker, this little power bank charger should convey a balanced powering package that can be taken about anyplace.

Anker Astro E1 5200mAh Power Bank

Anker Astro E1 5200mAh Candy bar-Sized Ultra Portable Power Bank Review

Most smaller than expected power banks have a charging rate of 5V/1.0A, which is about the slowest charging speed. For this situation, you can anticipate that your cell phone will charge as quick as it does with a divider charger. Tablets like iPad may not charge at full speeds, but rather 2 Amp charging is certainly superior to anything 1 Amp charging. The charging velocity of the power bank is 5V/1.0A. A moderate charging speed, without a doubt. In any case, considering the power bank’s ability is low, it doesn’t impact the involvement with it that much.

You can completely charge the power bank in around 5 hours. On the off chance that you truly strategized, you can charge it amid the day and still use it that same day. As I would like to think, having a 5V/2.0A charge speed would have been vastly improved because the revive rate would have multiplied, and the power bank would be completely charged inside 2.5 hours.

Key Features of Anker Astro E1

Anker is market pioneers for portable mobile phone chargers and in light of current circumstances. The Anker Astro E1 offers mind-boggling limit and execution for the measure of their device. In their words, this “Sweet Treat Sized” power bank offers an amazing accuse rate and happens to it is elite PowerIQ innovation. Anker’s PowerIQ innovation implies that the Anker Astro E1 Power Bank adequately distinguishes the device it’s appended to and advances the power yield for most extreme productivity.

The innovation fundamentally distinguishes in case you’re connected to a Galaxy S4 or an iPhone 5 or an iPad. It then changes the technique for charge conveyance so that your wireless or tablet charges as quick as could be expected under the circumstances. A few users have griped of not as much as publicized charge rates now and again. The upshot is that Anker’s user administration is quick and for the most part very great. The Anker Astro E1 likewise comes with an 18-month guarantee which is a major blessing from us here at Power Bank Expert.

Outwardly it’s a genuinely shrewd-looking external charger.

The corners are adjusted and the surface very glossy and smooth. There are 4 LED lights on the level top of the power bank to give a sign of current charge. The standard USB and miniaturized scale use spaces are very near one another on the level end of the device. It’s presumably not the sexiest portable charger available but rather still holds up stylishly to its rivals. The charger is shockingly substantial which is no genuine amazement.

It’s certain pressing a great deal of warmth at that size, so it’s no big surprise truly. Development insightful it feels solid and durable.
The case is drop tried, and the joints that keep running at the edges of the Anker Astro E1 don’t appear as though they’re breaking into pieces at any point shortly. I’ve not perused any reports of broken equipment from coincidental harm.

I have however perused several reports of the battery turning out to be to a great degree hot and not charging legitimately. In both cases, the battery was supplanted promptly because of Anker’s 18-month guarantee. When we discuss convey ability, we take a gander at size contrasted with yield.

This is the place the Anker Astro E1 truly sparkles. The Anker Astro E1 is pocket estimated. It is measurements are 3.8 x 1.7 x 0.9, and it tips the scales at 4.16 ounces. For 5200 mAh, this is very noteworthy, and clearly, Anker has gone to considerable lengths to keep their product as little as could be allowed. The shape may function admirably for a few and not all that well for others. There is something to be said for level, card molded devices as they can be simpler to slip into wallets or sack pockets.

Design & Capacity of Anker Astro E1

This is one of the sleekest external batteries I’ve seen! It highlights a dark, reflexive surface that feels strong in my grasp. Four blue LEDs show the charge level and compliment the outline well. The catch likewise sits flush with the unit which keeps it from being incidentally squeezed.

The 5,200mAh battery is sufficient to charge my iPhone 5S around two full circumstances (it can be somewhat less in case I’m using my telephone a great deal while it’s charging). Charging the unit itself brings around 5 hours with a 1 amp charger, (for example, an iPhone charger). Lamentably, a 2 amp (tablet) charger won’t charge it any speedier as the Astro just has a 1 amp input.
The USB port can adjust to essentially any charging prerequisite your devices may have.

In my video, you can see that it adjusts to 0.5 amps for a telephone that is around 90% charged, and afterward, it adjusts to very nearly 2.0 amps while charging an iPad that is around half charged. I’ve just expected to use Anker’s user benefit one time, yet they were exceptionally responsive and proficient. The 18-month guarantee gives consolation that they remain behind their products.

Pros
  • Large charging capacity to size ratio
  • 5,200mAh battery
  • 18 month warranty
  • This thing is remarkably small
Cons
  • Some battery heat issues

Conclusion:

From its stark outline to its flexible power conveyance, the Astro E1 portable charger can convey on the overflow of what a smaller than expected power bank should convey on. We imagine that this power bank and the PowerCore 5000 are introducing another age smaller than usual power banks.

Fasting charging, high power limit with regards to its size and awesome plan that conveys an outstanding user encounter. This is a model of what smaller than normal power banks ought to resemble and what they can be equipped for later on.