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Ravpower 20100Mah Universal Power Bank With Built-In Ac Outlet - Black
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- Product Material Is Pvc
- Product Is Based On Power Banks
- Product Color Is Black
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Ravpower 20100Mah Universal Power Bank With Built-In Ac Outlet - Black. Pvc Material. Product Is Based On Power Banks. Product Color Is Black. Imported From Dubai.
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- 7.5 iPhone 6 charges
- 1.4 iPad charges
- 2 Ports
- 587 g
- AC Port
- LED Battery Indicator
- 19V/1.6A DC Input
- Portable / Space saving
Type-C Meets iSmart USB Charging
This RAVPower travel charger can simultaneously charge your leading-edge MacBook and iPhone 7. It features a 3A Type-C port along with a 2.4A iSmart USB connectivity that lets you charge your compatible devices at once.
Long-Lasting Power. Ergonomic Design
The super-massive 20100mAh of this RAVPower universal power bank fully charges a Galaxy S7 up to 4.6 times. It quickly recharges itself in only 4 hours with the 1.6A DC input. The device boasts a cylindrical design for an optimum balance between sleekness and portability. It has 5 LED indicators that show how much battery is left.
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But as I lay here in my hotel room bed in Tokyo, I'm charging my laptop with this thing. I started only a little while ago, perhaps 20 minutes or so, and my laptop is about half-way charged. This this seems pretty fast!
(I'm charging it from the pack because the outlet is too far away to plug into the wall and lay in bed at the same time).
Initially I bought this thing for traveling. Like when you're at a lo-tech airport that doesn't have power outlets in seating banks or charging stations. Or when you're on a flight that doesn't have power access at seats and you know your laptop isn't going to last that trans-ocean flight. I didn't think I'd use this thing due to laziness and neglectful planning (like not plugging in my laptop when the charger was a few feet away before falling asleep) but it's working great!
It's a bit of weight this thing, so if you've got a decent sized carry-on bag then you should be good. I initially planned to slide this into my laptop bag with my computer but it's a bit on the big size, especially if you're bringing the case and cords with. The case is nice. It reminds me of my kind of small-to-medium sized GoPro case. The whole thing comes nicely packaged.
Inside I got two USB cords, the cords to charge the charger, and a little carabiner as well as a storage pouch. Mine did not come with the two-to-three prong adapter but in a follow up email RAVPower sent me to check on things (including offering up some advice and help), I mentioned the lack of it so they sent it out right away.
I also got one of their USB Quick Charger RAVPower 60W 6-Port Fast Charger Desktop Charger Charging Station with Quick Charge 3.0 for Galaxy S7/S6/Edge, Note 5 and iSmart for iPhone 7/6s/Plus, iPad, LG, Nexus 6, HTC & More for my USB charged items and the cord to plug that into the wall is the same as one of the cords used to charge this thing so I'm able to simply pack one rather than double up on unnecessary items. :-)
Oh and in case you're into such things, the charger feels very sturdy and has a tactically pleasant matte feel and look to it.
It's still charging my laptop but giving off a nice bit of heat. I suggest putting it on something solid rather than letting it get tangled up in your sheets like I just did. (Wow! It got hot!)
Also, since things are starting to come up USB-C (Hello, Galaxy 8!) It's nice to know this thing also has one (only output though).
I use it most often to charge my MacBook Air 11" using a standard Apple wall charger. I feel it gives my MacBook a full charge. It's tough to say because I'm obviously using my MacBook at the same time. But usually by the time RAVPower runs dry, it's hours later and my MacBook has over 50% more charge than when I plugged in.
I don't like how it uses a proprietary charger, even though said charger is very fast. The worst part is that you can't buy an extra one of these chargers, even from the company itself. However, just charge it overnight. I have never needed extra juice beyond what one day's charge has provided.
I don't regret this purchase and would do it again -- however, it's expensive and you have to be willing to carry it.