Battle of EasyAcc 1st & 2nd Generation Power Bank

The latest teaser of Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice has just released on Monday. Did you wonder who will win in this battle between human and god? How do you define “Dawn of Justice”? And which side the so-called justice stands by? All the answers only come out when the movie screens.

However, there is battle that you can make a comparison and determine the winner by yourself right now: the battle between EasyAcc 1st & 2nd Generation Power Bank. Details are below but before that, there is a solar charger giveaway for you.

 

The EasyAcc 10000mAh 1st gen and 2nd gen power banks are similar in some ways, but they are also different in some ways as well. When viewed side-by-side, they look very similar, but when examined carefully in regards to their design and performance aspects, they do have a few significant differences.

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Design & Functionality:

The 1st and 2nd gen power bank chargers are similar in design. The 2nd gen power bank charger basically took the design of the 1st gen power bank charger and just slightly modified it. The dimensions and weight of the two power bank chargers are the following:

  • 1st gen: 5.2 x 2.8 x 0.6 inches; 8.5 ounces
  • 2nd gen: 5.7 x 3.0 x 0.6 inches; 8.0 ounces

The length and width of the 2nd gen power bank charger are slightly higher than the 1st gen power bank charger’s length and width measurements. However, in terms of weight, the 2nd gen power bank charger is lighter by around 0.5 ounces. Both the 1st and 2nd gen power bank chargers sport a two color design with a matte finish style. The “EasyAcc” logo on the top of the power bank chargers are different. The “EasyAcc” logo has been imprinted on the 1st gen power bank charger whereas the “EasyAcc” logo on the 2nd gen power bank charger has been inscribed. Both power bank chargers have the same four LED design on the top with the exception of the 2nd gen power bank charger having white LEDs instead of the blue LEDs that are present on the 1st gen power bank charger. Plus, the LEDs are smaller on the 2nd gen power bank charger than those on the 1st gen power bank charger. The placement of the power button and the micro USB port has been changed on the 2nd gen power bank charger. The power button which was on the front of the 1st gen power bank charger, has now been placed on the right side on the 2nd gen power bank charger. The micro USB port which was also placed on the front of the 1st gen power bank charger, has now been placed on the left side of the 2nd gen power bank charger.

 

Another thing that has been changed or rather modified in this case, are the two USB ports. The two USB ports on the 2nd gen power bank charger have been upgraded with smart charging technology. This allows the current being outputted from the USB ports to be regulated to match the current input rating of the devices in order to ensure proper, quick, and safe charging. That is why the USB ports on the 1st gen power bank charger have designated current output ratings. For example, one USB port has a designated current output rating of 1.5A max and the other with 2.1A max since they cannot regulate the current. The type of battery used in each power bank charger is different. The 1st gen power bank charger utilizes a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery while the 2nd gen power bank charger utilizes a Lithium-Polymer rechargeable battery. Last, the 2nd gen power bank charger has an integrated LED flashlight and the 1st gen power bank charger does not.

 

Performance:

The power bank chargers, in regards to performance, have some similarities and differences. The 2nd gen power bank charger will charge devices, whether they be small or medium sized, more efficiently and effectively than the 1st gen power bank charger will. The reason is because of the smart charging technology that the 2nd gen power bank charger has been integrated with and utilizes. In regards to simultaneous charging, the power bank chargers are similar in this aspect. Both the 1st and 2nd gen power bank chargers can only charge two small devices simultaneously or one medium device individually due to their maximum current output rating being below the standards for charging two medium devices simultaneously with great effectiveness. The rechargeable batteries of the 1st and 2nd gen power bank chargers, even though they are different from one another in terms of the type used and implemented, they both can charge devices multiple times over with one full charge of the power bank charger. For example, both power bank chargers can charge an iPhone 6 3.5 times or a Samsung Galaxy S6 2.5 times with just one full charge of the power bank charger.

 

Conclusion:

While it may seem like small modifications in design is the only difference between the two power bank chargers, there are actually some major differences between them. The big difference lies in their functionality and performance. For example, the 2nd gen power bank charger is able to charge your devices much more proficiently when compared to the 1st gen power bank charger. The integrated smart charging technology in the 2nd gen power bank charger allows it to charge your devices much more quickly and adequately when compared to the 1st gen power bank charger with its standard USB ports. Simultaneous charging is the same between the two as only two small devices can be charged simultaneously and medium devices must be charged individually. The type of rechargeable battery utilized by the two power bank chargers are different from one another regardless of them having the same battery capacity size. The 1st gen power bank charger utilizes a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery and the 2nd gen power bank charger utilizes a Lithium-Polymer rechargeable battery. Also, because they have the same battery capacity size, both power bank chargers can charge the same device multiple times over equally. The last significant difference between the two power bank chargers is that the 2nd gen power bank charger has an integrated flashlight whereas the 1st gen power bank charger does not. So, the 1st and 2nd gen power bank chargers are in fact similar in some ways, but they are also quite different in a few ways as well.

 

That’s all for the comparison of EasyAcc 1st & 2nd Generation Power Bank. Which one is better in your mind? Tell us what you think of them and what else do you want to know about them on comments.

 

The original passage was published on: http://www.examiner.com/article/easyacc-10000mah-power-banks-1st-gen-vs-2nd-gen-comparison

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