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Your Ultimate Guide to 2000mAh Power Banks

Power Banks have been one of the most in-demand accessories in recent years. Ever since smartphones have become a necessity, power banks have made their way into almost everyone’s bag or purse as part of one of their essential items. We simply can’t leave our homes without them! 

For any busy career man or woman whose eight to twelve hour-long days were spent out of home, power banks are what allow them to keep their devices powered through meetings, commutes, and hours away from a socket. 

Now that smartphones have become bigger, which subsequently means a bigger battery, the demand for higher-capacity power banks have also increased. Not to mention, the need to power other devices such as iPads, laptops, and game consoles. The tiny 5,000 mAh power banks that were popular during the 2010s just won’t cut it — a 2000mAh power bank is the way to go. 

Putting mAh in Perspective

To put mAh into perspective, an iPhone 5 has a 1,440 mAh battery, which is why people back then could get away with a 5,000 or 10,000 mAh power bank. The iPhone 12 Pro Max Battery however has a 3,687 mAh battery, which means if you carry a 10,000 mAh power bank, you can only charge your phone for two full times! It only makes sense to have a higher capacity power bank in handy. 

How to Choose the Best 20000mah Power Bank

Everyone will be pleased to know that today's power banks are built to provide even more battery-charging capabilities than its predecessors. 

The PowerCore+ 26800 PD 45W with 60W Power Delivery Charger is an ideal accessory to own especially for those who are always on-the-go. This product offers fast charging with a USB type-C power delivery. With smartphones today mostly having much larger batteries than before, this device has enough juice to charge our phones up to seven times before needing to recharge. Alternatively, It can provide one full charge to your laptop, allowing you to work almost anywhere and anytime.

The PowerCore+ 26800 PD is compatible with the Macbook Air, iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XS Max and other devices and other devices with USB Type-C ports. 

It takes about four and a half hours to fully charge the power bank with its  60 watt (w) delivery charger. Other items included in the box are a USB-C to USB-C cable as well as a travel pouch for easier storage. 

In terms of price, Anker’s PowerCore+ 26800 PD 45W with 60W Power Delivery Charger will set you back around P6,495, which offers great value considering the specifications, features, capabilities, and other items that come in the box.

While the power bank is usually used to charge your smartphones, brands have also kept up with the demand for a device that could power up more specific devices such as the Nintendo Switch. Just as its name suggests, the PowerCore 20100 Nintendo Switch Edition (P5,495) was created specially for the gaming console. In fact, Nintendo itself has recognized the power bank to be compatible with its best-selling product.

The power bank's large mAh capacity means it is able to fully charge your Nintendo Switch for up to two and a half times. This is more than enough juice to finish several levels of your game before having to recharge the power bank itself. Amazingly, the power bank only takes 3.5 hours to recharge.

Despite its capacity, storage and portability is not an issue! The power bank is lightweight, compact, and easy to grip. Its tapered edges allow you to bring it wherever you go without worry.

The power bank is also compatible with other devices such as the iPhone X and Macbook Pro, making it the perfect all-around power bank for you. 

What to Consider when Buying

When choosing a power bank the two main things to consider is the capacity and of course, price. Determining what capacity is best for you will depend on the type of gadgets you have and your needs. For example, if you need a power bank that can charge your almost-4,000 mAh phone and your 5,000+ mAh laptop, then you obviously need a power bank with a bigger capacity of 20,000 mAh or more.

If you’re taking it around with you on trips, you should also consider its portability. Do you carry around a big enough bag to carry your power bank? Remember, if you’re considering bringing your power bank on a flight, power banks — like any other item identified as a spare battery — are not allowed in checked-in luggage. Your power bank should be with you on your carry on. 

If you’re on the market for a new 20,000 mAh power bank, consider a brand like Anker. Remember that a power bank is powering your precious gadgets, you don’t want to take your chances with random brands. Besides, with a brand like Anker, you don’t have to spend a fortune on great quality.
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