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About Anker PowerCore Fusion PD Portable Battery & Wall Charger:
  • Portable battery and wall charger combined
  • Charger mode simultaneously provides 30W with Power Delivery and 12W Power IQ for rapid charging
  • Battery mode supplies up to 23 hours extra battery life for iPhone Palm-sized design for easy carrying on the go
  • Scratch-resistant coating protects the outer surface
  • PowerCore's built-in 5000 mAh battery can provide 23 hours extra battery life

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busybugsy asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 11:36 AM
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I was able to chargey pixel 6pro once

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I got this last time. Honestly I don't think the 30watt charger is worth it. It's really big and bulky and only 30 watts. You are better off getting a separate charger and battery pack if you are looking for travel. It's the size of a 1000mh pack. 5000mh is pretty small and the shape of this makes it hard to put in your pocket.
I had one of the first iterations of the battery/charger-in-one from Anker. Just outside of the warranty period the charging portion stopped working. The battery could still be charged via another charger and cable though. In theory I really like the idea of the combination, but in practice it's kind of like those old dvd/vhs combined units where if one failed you were stuck with a larger box with half the functionality. These days I carry a separate charger and battery pack. YMMV of course.

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Great charger. I've been waiting for this to come back in stock since the last sale. Very kid friendly. Thanks OP.
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30W can charge a laptop??
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30W can charge a laptop??
Some, like my retina MacBook and likely Air when not in use.
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I had one of the first iterations of the battery/charger-in-one from Anker. Just outside of the warranty period the charging portion stopped working. The battery could still be charged via another charger and cable though. In theory I really like the idea of the combination, but in practice it's kind of like those old dvd/vhs combined units where if one failed you were stuck with a larger box with half the functionality. These days I carry a separate charger and battery pack. YMMV of course.
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I got this last time. Honestly I don't think the 30watt charger is worth it. It's really big and bulky and only 30 watts. You are better off getting a separate charger and battery pack if you are looking for travel. It's the size of a 1000mh pack. 5000mh is pretty small and the shape of this makes it hard to put in your pocket.
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30W can charge a laptop??
Chromebooks, probably. The 12" Retina MacBook that preceded the MacBook Air refresh and then the M1 MacBook Air generation, yes. Newer MacBook Airs, nope. As for Windows devices, there are too many to list but your big players like the XPS 13 I believe no. Just google the model you want with like charging requirements and you should be able to get a more specific answer. Generally speaking, I would not want 30 w to charge any laptop unless it's perhaps a Chromebook.

45 watts would kind of be my minimum point mainly for faster charging. Also some of the laptops that can be charged by 30 w will probably drain, albeit a bit slower, while being charged.
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How does the capacity compare to a laptop battery? Typical laptops are in the 50-80wh range?
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Too bad it doesn't have a built in USB-C instead. Pass, as I own zero Apple products
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Price is showing $49.99. How do I get the discount?
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Too bad it doesn't have a built in USB-C instead. Pass, as I own zero Apple products
is it only apple friendly? I see it as a charger for any device including android? Just asking so I can decide to pull the trigger.
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Anyone know if the 5000mAh PowerCore Fusion Charger has pass-through charging to charge a device even while it itself is plugged-in / charging?
(to serve the function of a mini "UPS")

And will its battery life be reduced if it's kept plugged-in always?
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is it only apple friendly? I see it as a charger for any device including android? Just asking so I can decide to pull the trigger.
Read above. ^^^^ they are saying it can only charge Air laptops.. not regular ones... This will work with ANY device.... but don't expect it to charge a 17" gaming laptop.
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30W can charge a laptop??
In a pinch I've used a 18w Google pixel 2 charger to appreciably extend the run time (vs battery only) of a 2017 16" MacBook pro.
Very slow to recharge when laptop is not in use.
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