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Can anyone provide experience of the anker 10K vs this one from aukey which is a little cheaper but seems to have more ports AUKEY Power Delivery Power Bank, 10000mAh PD Power Bank, 18W USB-C Portable Charger with Quick Charge 3.0 Compatible iPhone Xs/XS Max, Pixel, Samsung, Nintendo Switch etc. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079Z4R...UCb3DFAYN4
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Had the PC 1000. Didn't like it. It has a cheap plastic exterior that scratches easily. Over time your charger will look wrecked, if you care about that sort of thing. Also does not allow for pass through charging.

Returned the Anker and got the Charmast and couldn't be happier. Has an awesome rubberized coating that feels goods in the hands and doesn't slide everywhere. It's also very thin like an cell phone. If I had to carry this in my pocket I would prefer this dimension to the "fat" design of the Anker, although the total surface area may be similar.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I just don't see how 18w PD is all that great. I'm on iOS so an iPad charger is 12w. 50 percent faster isn't great IMO.

Waiting for 30w PD in and out to be standard for banks, iPhones and iPads also can charge at PD 30w, (iPhone not for long tho)
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Had the PC 1000. Didn't like it. It has a cheap plastic exterior that scratches easily. Over time your charger will look wrecked, if you care about that sort of thing. Also does not allow for pass through charging.

Returned the Anker and got the Charmast and couldn't be happier. Has an awesome rubberized coating that feels goods in the hands and doesn't slide everywhere. It's also very thin like an cell phone. If I had to carry this in my pocket I would prefer this dimension to the "fat" design of the Anker, although the total surface area may be similar.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Charmast?? Is this some sort of paid post? Would not trust random power banks.

Anker is a paid post but at least it's well known and uses solid cells.
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Charmast?? Is this some sort of paid post? Would not trust random power banks.

Anker is a paid post but at least it's well known and uses solid cells.
Agreed 100%. Anker may be pricey, but they use Panasonic high-quality cells. Those cheaper ones...not so much. They all look similar on the outside and it's easy to make a high quality good-looking case but that doesn't matter. It's the cells and the ICs inside that make the difference. Oh, and of course Support and Warranty too.
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is the 26800 pd for $88.98 a little high? Or is that a good deal?
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is the 26800 pd for $88.98 a little high? Or is that a good deal?
That's a very good deal. Costco had it for 109.
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is the 26800 pd for $88.98 a little high? Or is that a good deal?
I think the lowest it has been is $80 a while back. I need one now so I just ordered one.
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THe reviews on the PD 26800 mention this product NOT working with Dell inspiron/xps or Lenovo laptops. That it's outputting 25W/20Volts... I have a Dell Inspiron.

Anyone have any experience using this on a laptop?
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I have the 26800. When you plug it into an x1 carbon, it will say there isn't enough wattage and that you should shut down the PC to charge it.
This is actually written in plain text in the manual. It requires > 30 watts PD to charge while in use (I'm not sure on the minimum amount. Maybe 45 or 60 watts)
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I just don't see how 18w PD is all that great. I'm on iOS so an iPad charger is 12w. 50 percent faster isn't great IMO.

Waiting for 30w PD in and out to be standard for banks, iPhones and iPads also can charge at PD 30w, (iPhone not for long tho)
iPhone X charges at 18W [macrumors.com] max (also true for XS). iPad Pro charges at 30~35W [chargerlab.com], but it might make sense to get a larger battery pack that does 30W.
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Anyone confirms if they have pass through?
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Can anyone provide experience of the anker 10K vs this one from aukey which is a little cheaper but seems to have more ports AUKEY Power Delivery Power Bank, 10000mAh PD Power Bank, 18W USB-C Portable Charger with Quick Charge 3.0 Compatible iPhone Xs/XS Max, Pixel, Samsung, Nintendo Switch etc. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079Z4R...UCb3DFAYN4
I have four of the Aukey 10K slim versions, the same as in your link and they have been reliable and great for 18W chargers. I like that they're slim as Aukey also makes a thicker, stubbier version as well.

However, nowadays, I wouldn't settle for less than 45W or even 60W PD chargers, although I have only seen the higher capacity 20K and up chargers with that wattage.

My 20K "no name" 45W and 60W chargers have worked flawlessly.
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iPhone X charges at 18W [macrumors.com] max (also true for XS). iPad Pro charges at 30~35W [chargerlab.com], but it might make sense to get a larger battery pack that does 30W.
I've seen some posts where users have found that the iPhone Xs and possibly the 8 can benefit from 30W PD chargers (of course if using the USB-C to lightning Apple cables).
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