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nrgGo 60W PD Battery Power Bank for Laptop - 25600 mAh PD Power Bank USB C - Portable Battery Pack Power Delivery - QI Wireless Charging - External Laptop Battery Pack - Laptop Portable Charger USB C
|Connector Type||USB Type C, USB Type A|
|Item Weight||1.5 Pounds|
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nrgGo 25,600mAh + Qi Power Bank
Portable Power with Wireless Charging
nrgGo 25,600mAh Portable Power Bank, USB-C Power Delivery, Qi Wireless Charging, High Capacity Portable Charger, External iPhone Battery, Fast Charge for Samsung Galaxy
What it Charges:
- Phone (iPhone [6,7,8,X], Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, etc.)
- USB-C Laptops (MacBook Pro, Dell XPS 13, Asus Chromebook Flip C302, etc.)
- Tablet (iPad, Surface Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Fire HD, etc.)
- Watch (Apple Watch, Fitbit Versa, Samsung Galaxy Watch, etc.)
- Camera (Nikon Z6, Fujifilm X-T30, Panasonic Lumix ZS200, etc.)
Ultra-Fast 60W USB-C Power Delivery (PD)
Fill this portable power bank or charge your device fast with a single 60W USB-C PD input and output port.
2 Fast Charging 2.4A USB-A ports
Charge 2 devices at high-speed with the 2.4A USB-A ports.
Qi Wireless Charging Pad
Wirelessly charge your Qi-enabled devices on the 5W charging pad
|nrgGo 400 Portable Power Station||nrgGo 25,600 Power Bank||nrgGo 20,100 Power Bank||nrgGo 12,000 Power Bank||nrgGo 5,000 Power Bank||nrgGo 50 Watt Solar Panel|
|Capacity||38 Ah, 10.8V||25,600 mAh, 3.7V||20,100 mAh, 3.7V||12,000 mAh, 3.7V||5,000 mAh, 3.6V|
|Rated Watts||411 Watt Hours||94.7 Watt Hours||74 Watt Hours||44.4 Watt Hours||18 Watt Hours||50 Watts|
|AC 120V Outlet||2x (pure sine wave)|
|DC 12V Port||1x 12V up to 10A (120W max)|
|USB Port||1x USB-C PD (3A), 2x USB (2.4A)||1x USB-C PD (60W), 2x USB (2.4A)||1x USB-C PD (18W), 2x USB (3A)||1x USB (2.1A), 1x USB (1A), 1x Micro USB (2.5A)||1x USB-C PD (18W), 1x USB (3A)|
|Wireless Qi Charging||✓|
|Weight||12.3 lbs||1.5 lbs||13.5 oz||13.4 oz||4.25 oz||9 lbs|
|Charge Times||Max Input: 4 hrs, Wall Plug: 7 hrs, 100W Solar: 8 hrs||USB-C Source: 2.5 hrs, USB Source: 9 hrs||USB Source: 8 hrs||USB Source: 5.5 hrs||USB Source: 2 hrs||400W Power Station: 13-32 hrs|
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My laptop charges at full speed. My iPhone charges on the Qi charger instantly. No fidgeting or fuss. It just works.
The percent dial is nice, and I've roughly calculated the Watt hour rating to be close to 100Whr. (It's stated rating). My laptop has a 39Whr battery and one charge drains about 30-40% depending on how low my laptop is.
It fully charges at 60W. The 20v profile works which is rare on battery banks. They usually cap out at the 15v 2A (30W) or 15v 3A (45W).
I was in the market for a better USB PD battery bank after my RavPower one died a month after the warranty expired. This one has met and exceeded expectations as to how powerful it can be.
It is however missing any sort of USB C to USB C cable. (I would recommend a proper 100W 5A certified one cause this is a powerful battery pack). It makes sense that they did it to be price competitive but it doesn't make sense to sell a USB PD battery bank without a 60W compatible cable.
It doesn’t charge my tablet or Mac any faster than my ravpower 30 watt. So the wattage isn’t right, charge time isn’t right and it only charged my iPhone Xs max 4 1/2 times. The only benefit is the wireless charging but it’s still not worth the money.
My only complaint would be that the display light is a bit bright. A dimming feature would be a nice touch.
Only downside is it's a little clunky and heavy but for what it does, I really don't care lol.