Anker PowerCore Slim Power Bank is an ultra slim portable charger with 10000mAh External Battery, High-Speed PowerIQ and VoltageBoost Charging Technology Power Bank for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and More Slim Size, Big Power One of the slimmest and lightest 10000 mAh portable chargers on the market. Provides 2.6 charges for iPhone XS, 2.4 full charges for Galaxy S10 and 1.3 charges for iPad mini 5. Versatile Charging Anker’s exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology combine to deliver the fastest possible charge for any device, while the trickle-charging mode is the best way to charge low-power devices. Certified Safe: MultiProtect is Anker’s 11-point safety system, providing superior protection for you and your devices. Quality Throughout: With a sleek fabric exterior and cool-blue LED light to report battery level, PowerCore Metro 10000 is premium both inside and out.
Anker PowerCore Slim Power Bank
- High-Speed Charging:
The 18W Power Delivery USB-C port pumps out enough power to charge an iPhone 11 Pro at full speed.
- Universal Compatibility:
Combining a Power Delivery USB-C port and a PowerIQ-enabled USB port to seamlessly provide charging to virtually any mobile device.
- Power on the Go:
The 10,000mAh capacity is enough to provide multiple charges to your mobile devices ? wherever you are.
- Power Delivery Recharging:
Use a USB-C Power Delivery charger to juice up your PowerCore in just 4.5 hours.
- Added Convenience:
Next, we scored and compared all the different extra features that help make these products more convenient to use. We took into account how many devices you can charge at once, if there is a built-in flashlight, and if there are integrated cables or a recharging plug. Because the Anker PowerSlim 10000 is fairly simple in design, it scored below average in this metric.
- Charging Efficiency:
Our next set of tests looked at each battery pack’s charging capacity and efficiency. We based scores for this metric on the number of times each battery could charge a device, namely a Samsung S8, and how many milliamps we could get out of each charger when using a dummy load set for different discharge rates, as measured by a digital multimeter. The Anker PowerSlim 10000 did decently well, earning a slightly above average score.