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Not bad for charger/battery combo. But no PD Frown

Pretty sure the "no PD" will become the new "no HDMI"
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A perfect combo for travelling. When I travel, I like to have a battery pack in case I'm out and about, but when I get back to the hotel, I need a charger with at least 2 outputs (for my phone and my battery pack). This gives me a single device to pack, and one fewer cord to boot.

Another use case for this is to power a raspberry pi. If the power goes out, the pi is still up and running, which may or may not be useful depending on what is running on the pi.
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PD stands for Power Delivery. It allows you to charge your phone at 5V 3A (18W) meaning a quicker charge time. Apples claims 50% charge in 30 minutes.

Normal USB chargers are 5V 2.1A (10.5W)
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Specs:
1 x USB Type-C Female Port
1 x USB Type-A Female Port
15W Total Output
Portable Battery
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Not bad for charger/battery combo. But no PD Frown

Pretty sure the "no PD" will become the new "no HDMI"
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Why would anyone need 10000 wall charger and battery? At most, I keep 500 in stock at one time for personal use.
A perfect combo for travelling. When I travel, I like to have a battery pack in case I'm out and about, but when I get back to the hotel, I need a charger with at least 2 outputs (for my phone and my battery pack). This gives me a single device to pack, and one fewer cord to boot.

Another use case for this is to power a raspberry pi. If the power goes out, the pi is still up and running, which may or may not be useful depending on what is running on the pi.
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<blockquote>davelikesdeals2<p>Why would anyone need 10000 wall charger and battery? At most, I keep 500 in stock at one time for personal use.</p></blockquote><p>A perfect combo for travelling. When I travel, I like to have a battery pack in case I'm out and about, but when I get back to the hotel, I need a charger with at least 2 outputs (for my phone and my battery pack). This gives me a single device to pack, and one fewer cord to boot.</p><p>Another use case for this is to power a raspberry pi. If the power goes out, the pi is still up and running, which may or may not be useful depending on what is running on the pi.</p>
Anyone know if this is significantly bigger than the 5000 version?
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What is pd?
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What is pd?
Power Delivery aka Fast Charging
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What is pd?
PD stands for Power Delivery. It allows you to charge your phone at 5V 3A (18W) meaning a quicker charge time. Apples claims 50% charge in 30 minutes.

Normal USB chargers are 5V 2.1A (10.5W)
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Unless you absolutely need PD, this RavPower charge might be a better option because it has an additional USB port for charging multiple devices at the same time: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-C...0778KRNRL/

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Unless you absolutely need PD, this RavPower charge might be a better option because it has an additional USB port for charging multiple devices at the same time: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-C...0778KRNRL/ [amazon.com]
That doesn't have a usb c port, though, so you're trading one usb-c port for a usb-a port. The third port on the one you link is a micro-usb input for charging via a car charger (or a wall charger, I suppose).
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Unless you absolutely need PD, this RavPower charge might be a better option because it has an additional USB port for charging multiple devices at the same time: https://www.amazon.com/Portable-C...0778KRNRL/ [amazon.com]
This ones doesn't appear to have any USB-C at all..
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Nice combo despite no PD, but price could be better
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PD stands for Power Delivery. It allows you to charge your phone at 5V 3A (18W) meaning a quicker charge time. Apples claims 50% charge in 30 minutes.

Normal USB chargers are 5V 2.1A (10.5W)
i have this Anker product and can confirm it fast charges my iPhone x to 50% in 30 mins using the APPLE USB C to lightning cable !!
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