What is a best power bank?

Is there someone not using smartphone? I don’t know what is the answer. But while observing the peopele around, at least, the point that not using a smartphone is almost like a handicap for a working professional is a fact. 

 

However, no matter what the worth or the quality of our smartphones are, if there’s no charged batteries, they are of no use than a useless junk. Thankfully, we got power banks in this days and age to charge smartphones on the go. But what a best power bank means? Choosing a suitable power bank is no less than a task either. Here are some tips that would help you, we hope. 

 

First and foremost, you need to know about the battery size and the charger specifications of your smartphone and you will find it printed on the battery and the charger or on the box in which your cellphone’s packed. 

 

Then, the power bank brought should at least have the same size as your smartphones’ battery, which could ensure that your battery gets fully charged at least once. More frequently your smartphones run out of power, higher mAh that power banks could store for more charges. (Here’s the entry to our NEWEST Giveaway: Win EasyAcc 9000mAh Power Bank and 2.4A Dual-Port Travel Charger)

 

The third point you should notice is that the output voltage of the power bank should be equal to or higher than that of your device. 

 

Fourthly, how many devices you take along, how many ports and cables that the power bank should come with, letting you charge more than one device at a time.

 

And the fifth point is that you should choose a power bank featuring a power-cut power when coming with a short circuit and overcharged. (Why not have a look at EasyAcc Best Seller in 2015)

 

Lastly, we would suggest you to choose one from a trusted seller, or a branded one. Do avoid being fooled by tall claims and regretting later. (or you could refer to “Tips and Tricks: Where to Buy A Reliable Power Bank“)

 

Easier Charging. Easier Life.

 

More Tips and Tricks on Charging:

Charging 101: what makes the power bank lose charge?

Charging 101: what’s the difference between Quick Charge and Smart Charge?

 

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