Let’s be honest – most contemporary smartphones drain their batteries very quickly, and this is quite inconvenient if you have to make an important phone call or you’re waiting for one. Of course, poor battery life is not only due to the conventional apps all of us have on their devices. Certain games such as the recently released Pokemon Go are even harder on our batteries. A possible solution of this inconvenience is the use of an external power bank. This is why we decided to write a publication about a very decent device of this kind – ADATA A10050 Power Bank.
This is a portable lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 37.2 Wh (10 050 mAh). It comes with an LED indicator that shows 4 levels of power so that you may accurately calculate how to use the remaining charge. Right next to the LED light, you can find a microUSB port (DC 5V/2A), which is used for charging the battery itself.
Also available are two USB ports that allow you to charge two devices at once. As you may guess from the image above, there is a difference between the two ports. The one on the right (DC 5V 1.0A) is meant for smaller devices such as your smartphone, whereas the one on the left (DC 5V 2.1A) is suitable for tablets.
On the other hand, this product is not only about big capacity and convenience. ADATA A10050 uses high quality materials and stylish design, which means that your bag will have another elegant, practical, and reliable accessory. Not of least importance is the affordable price of this power bank – a real bargain.
We must also note that a battery like this is a good choice not only for your smartphone or tablet. You may know that some contemporary compact cameras (and not only compact) can be charged with similar portable batteries. A good example is the Sony RX100 – a great little fellow capable of producing very pleasing shots.
|Model||ADATA A10050 Power Bank|
|Capacity||10 050 mAh (Lithium-ion power bank 37.2Wh)|
|Compatibility||meant for universal use|
|Dimensions||100 x 60 x 22 mm|
|Number of charges||10050mAh are enough for 3.7 full iPhone charges (according to ADATA)|