Top 5 Types of Power Banks with Awesome Features

The field for charging is changing that’s because we have lots of devices to charge. That said, there are two primary parts that newer smartphones and tablets are improving on and that would be having larger batteries for higher capacities. Also, the use of faster charging speeds through special charging technologies. The type of charging tech that I’m talking about is Quick Charge. Quick Charge is a fast charging technology from a company called Qual-comm and there are a few phones that are compatible with the charging tech as they have to use a certain Snapdragon Processor that can charge that quickly.

That said, Quick Charge has been implemented with a lot of charging electronics such as USB wall chargers and car chargers. Perhaps the most useful charging electronics that Quick Charge is present in is with portable chargers. That’s because you’re able to charge your compatible device at its max charging speed while you’re on-the-go and you don’t have to rely on a charger for too long. With all that said, with as useful as these power banks are, it’s good to know what the best portable chargers are that use Quick Charge. As you want the power bank that you use to be powerful, from a trustworthy brand and also the charger needs to be portable.

Anker PowerCore 10000 Speed


With most power banks that have a 10,000mAh power capacity, they usually have 2 USB charging ports but this PowerCore 10000 portable charger is different. It has a 10,000mAh power capacity but it only uses a single port and that is a good thing. That’s because the single port on this power bank uses Quick Charge 3.0 and you’re able to charge compatible devices at their max charging speed. Not only is that the benefit of this single port but you’re also able to make the most of the power capacity that this power bank has, as you’re only charging a single device at a time and the use of Quick Charge makes the conversion of power worse as it offers a faster charging speed.

The size of the charger is also another benefit of using a single port, as this power bank only has a length of 3.9 inches and a thickness of 0.9 inches. You can easily just hold it in a single hand or place it into your pocket too. The only real improvement that this power bank could have is the use of Quick Charge with its Micro-USB input port for recharging.

Tronsmart 10,000mAh Power Bank

Tronsmart 10,000mAh

Of course, I couldn’t go away from the 10,000mAh power capacity range without mentioning another awesome 10,000mAh power bank. That’s what this Tronsmart portable charger offers as it has two USB ports. One of the ports uses Quick Charge 3.0 and the other one has a speed of 5V2.4A which is going to be most useful for devices that don’t use Quick Charge. So you get the best of the both world with this power bank.

Another great aspect of charging with this power bank is when it comes to recharging because it uses Quick charge with its Micro-USB input port. Of course, the main thing to remember is that you must use a Quick Charge USB wall charger to recharge this power bank at its max charging speed, but when you do, it’s able to recharge to its full power within just 3.5 hours.


 RAVPower 20100 Portable charger with Quick Charge

RAVPower 20100

Going into the higher capacity power banks brings us this RAVPower portable charger that has a 20,100 MAH power capacity. So there’s lots of power to be used to charge smartphones and even tablets to their full power various times over. As high as the power capacity of this charger is, the main part is the charging with it.

As this portable charger has three output ports. With there being two USB-A ports; one the ports uses Quick Charge 3.0 and the other ports has a standard fast charging speed of 5V/2.4A. The third output of this power bank is its USB Type-C port that can be used with a USB-C to USB-C charging cable to charge USB-C compatible devices. Since there are quite a lot of Quick Charge smartphones that also use USB-C, this power bank makes the most out of two very powerful charging technologies.

That’s because this power bank also has two input ports, with one being a USB-C input port and the other being a Micro-USB input port. The USB-C port has a recharge speed of 5V/3.0A and the Micro-USB port actually uses Quick Charge, so it’s better to use the Micro-USB input port for faster recharging for the power bank. That said, it’s important to know that no matter what input method you’re using, you should use a Quick Charge USB wall charger to recharge this power bank at its max charging speed.

Aukey 30,000mAh Power Bank


Aukey, a company that’s up there in the ranks of Anker and RAVPower has a very high capacity power bank with 30,000mAh of power capacity. Plenty of power that can most likely last you about a week and then there’s the charging this power bank has. It’s with this much power capacity that you’re able to charge a Galaxy Tab S3 to full power lots of times and the charging power with this power bank allows you to charge it at its max charging speed.

It has very similar charging that we talk about with the RAVPower portable charger above with its use of one USB-A port that uses Quick Charge and another port that uses a standard charging speed of 5V/2.4. It also has a third output port with it being its USB-C port to charge USB-C compatible devices.

Also, this power bank has two input ports which is a great thing as you can use both of them at the same time. The Micro-USB and USB-C input each have a charging speed of 5V/2.0A and when you use them both together you’re able to recharge this power bank at a 4A recharge rate.

 EasyAccMegaCharge Power Bank


The final Quick Charge power bank that I have to mention is this EasyAcc portable charger that has a 16,750mAh power capacity. You’re probably wondering why I went back in power capacity and that’s because this power bank has one of the best recharging capabilities on the market.

First, let’s go over the output ports. It has two USB-A ports with one of the ports using Quick Charge 3.0 and there’s the other port that has a charging speed of 5V/3.0A which is better than the standard 5V/2.4A speed. Now there’s the recharging with this power bank that also uses Quick Charge which is one of the main reasons that this power bank is best for those that have Quick Charge compatible smartphones as you can use your Quick Charge USB wall charger with this power bank when you recharge it.

It has a USB-C input port that uses the Quick Charge and it also has a Micro-USB input that has a recharge speed of 5V/2.0A. When you use the UBS-C port with a Quick Charge port on a USB wall charger and then the Micro-USB input port is being used at its 5V/2.0A speed, you end up with 5A overall recharging speed. This allows the power bank to be recharged within just 3.5 hours and it’s one of the fastest on the market for a 16,000mAh power bank. It’s one of the best power banks for the Galaxy S8 as you can charge your phone and then use the USB-C port to recharge this power bank very quickly too.


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