Anker PowerCore+ 20100 Power Bank Review


The Anker PowerCore+ 20100 is a portable USB battery pack that gives you a lot of juice to charge the greater part of your devices when you can get almost an outlet. On the off chance that you travel a great deal or simply abhor having your cell phone or tablet fastened to an outlet when it needs to charge, a convenient USB battery pack is something that you ought to consider getting on the off chance that you don’t as of now have one.

Anker has been a major name in this market for some time and the organization has a plenty of battery packs to look over that range in an assortment of limits and costs. Notwithstanding, one of its most up to date increases is the PowerCore arrangement.

Anker PowerCore Power Bank

 

The “20100” in the name alludes to the milliamp-hour limit of the battery, so the PowerCore+ 20100 has 20,100mAh of juice that it can empty. To place this into viewpoint, the iPhone 6s has a 1,715mAh battery, which implies that the PowerCore 20100 battery pack has the limit of about 12 iPhone batteries, which is crazy.

Consistent with Anker’s notoriety, the Anker PowerCore 20100 battery bank additionally offers genuine 20,000 mAH limit which implies that you can charge most cell phones around 5-6 times with this power bank. The power bank uses top notch 6 Panasonic 18650 3400 mAH NCR18650B batteries which are one of the most elevated quality batteries accessible in the market. The high qualities batteries are consoling and guarantee long life and security.

Key Features of Anker PowerCore Power Bank

The PowerCore+ 20100 comes with two USB ports and it comes with Anker’s PowerIQ innovation, which implies that the battery pack can distinguish the satisfactory amperage required to charge your device and charge it as fast as possible. It can likewise convey up to 2.4 amps for every USB port, which is quite insane considering that other battery packs as a rule can’t put out that numerous amps on the double.

The PowerCore+ battery pack can charge everything without exception that charges over a USB cable, and this even goes for the new 12-inch MacBook, which can be charged using the USB-C cable that accompanied your MacBook, and there’s even a USB-C cable incorporated into the crate with the 20100, since the battery pack requires USB-C to revive the battery pack itself.

What’s more, that is maybe one genuine destruction of this new PowerCore+ battery pack. Most other battery packs, including Anker’s more established models, take microUSB to revive, which means you don’t have to bear additional cables and can essentially simply use your Android device’s cable that you’re bearing at any rate. In any case, with the 20100, you need to bear yet an additional cable on the off chance that you need to charge the battery pack.

The uplifting news is that Anker has a microUSB form of the 20100 on the off chance that you don’t need the USB-C model, and it’s less expensive. The other uplifting news is that the 20100 is capacious to the point that you likely won’t have to revive it amid an end of the week trip, and on the off chance that you’ll just use it sparingly to charge your iPhone or Android device, you could most likely even leave the USB-C cable at home amid seven days in length excursion.

Concerning reviving the battery pack itself, it doesn’t accompany a divider connector, so you’ll need to use your own, and I exceedingly suggest using a 2-amp charger like the iPad charger. Despite everything, it’ll take throughout the day (or throughout the night) to charge, yet it’ll be considerably faster than charging it using a USB port on your PC, which puts out not as much as an amp.
PowerCore+’s other key advantage is improved power yield. Anker guarantees up to 6 Amps of aggregate yield, however the per-port yield relies on upon what you have associated.

For the two full-sized USB ports, iPad clients will tap out at 2.4A for each port, as that is the top charging velocity upheld by iOS devices — outstandingly including the fresh out of the plastic new iPad Pro. New to this model are USB-C and 12″ MacBook bolster: not at all like the smaller scale USB-based PowerCore.

Compatibility & Size Anker PowerCore Power Bank

The measure of the PowerCore+ 20100 is littler than some of Anker’s past era high-limit battery packs, yet it’s positively not little by any methods. It quantifies in at around 7.5-inches long, 2.5-inches wide, and about an inch thick.

It additionally measures a full pound, so you’ll certainly see a distinction while bearing it in a sack. By and large, the PowerCore+ 20100 isn’t a battery pack for everybody. Truth be told, most easygoing clients could presumably escape with something littler and pay less for it, yet in the event that you’re a street warrior and travel a ton, or on the off chance that you simply don’t care for being fastened to outlets, as a rule, the 20100 is an item that you ought to consider adding to your collection.

Pros
  • 20,100mAh capacity
  • 2 amp input
  • This power bank is additionally backed with 18-month warranty
  • Feature new Panasonic battery cells and a matte finish
Cons
  • Long in length
  • AC charger not included

Conclusion:

The Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C is a respectable high-limit control bank for quick charging all way of USB-associated devices, including USB-C models, for example, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P – regardless of the possibility that you don’t have a USB-C cell phone now, odds are you will do at your next redesign.

It’s enormous and overwhelming, yet stays in vogue and simple to use, and at present offers great incentive at £32.99. We’d get a kick out of the chance to see such things as pass-through charging and a LCD screen, yet the LED control wheel is the best execution we’ve seen, and we welcome the Anker’s capacity to charge itself in a little more than eight hours.