Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh) review

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  • Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh)
  • Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh)
  • Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh)
  • Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh)
  • Anker PowerCore (15600 mAh)

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Warranty (Months) -
Size 12 x 2 cm (4.7 x 0.8 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


DPNHTECH

Super high capacity, fast charging

from DPNHTECH

I’ve been testing this battery for a few months and today I am proud to say it’s a darn good batery just as good as Anker’s Astro series This battery which uses some of the newest technology out there for powerbanks called PowerIQ and VoltageBoost which when combined deliver the...More

I’ve been testing this battery for a few months and today I am proud to say it’s a darn good batery just as good as Anker’s Astro series This battery which uses some of the newest technology out there for powerbanks called PowerIQ and VoltageBoost which when combined deliver the fastest possible charge up to 2.4 amps per port or 4.8 amps overall (Input per port: 5V / 2A) Something that might be a bit tough compared to some other Anker products is this powerbank might not fit in a pocket due to the size but you should have no problem with putting it in a backpack for easy portability. So yes the power bank is priced right, but is it even worth it? I would say YES! if you want to have power so that you can charge your smartphone and a tablet together with no problem The final score averages out to be a 10 out of 10, but that takes into account everything

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Android Headlines

Packs a lot of juice

from Android Headlines

The PowerCore 15600 is a great power bank here from Anker. I do like that they got away from the glossy plastic that was used on the Astro E7. While the PowerCore 15600 is a bit rugged, I still wouldn’t recommend anyone dropping the thing. While it likely won’t cause any damage t...More

The PowerCore 15600 is a great power bank here from Anker. I do like that they got away from the glossy plastic that was used on the Astro E7. While the PowerCore 15600 is a bit rugged, I still wouldn’t recommend anyone dropping the thing. While it likely won’t cause any damage to the battery, it’s still not a good idea. With a capacity of 15600mAh and most smartphones hitting that 3000mAh battery capacity mark, you should be able to charge your phone about 3-4 times. Now charging it up is another story. This is a massive battery, so it is going to take some time to charge it up.

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