Capable of charging the new MacBook at 5V/2.4A. USB-C charging can be activated by pressing the Power Wheel.
Anker uniquely integrates smart-charging PowerIQ and current-stabilizing VoltageBoost technologies, providing your device with the fastest possible charge up to 2.4A per port.
With a capacity of 20100mAh, PowerCore+ can charge a typical phone 7 times without itself needing a recharge.
In spite of its massive capacity, PowerCore+ can be fully recharged in about 8 hours when combined with a 2.4A charger and the included USB to USB-C cable up to 20% faster than a typical charger of similar capacity.
The PowerCore+ 20100 is built with only the highest-grade materials and circuitry, and is given a premium aluminum alloy finish that makes it both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable to hold.
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Surge protection, short circuit prevention and more advanced safety features keep you and your devices safe.
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♦ MacBook Compatibility: In addition to standard functionality, USB-C port makes it compatible with the new MacBook 2015/2016 (not MacBook Pro), charging at 5V/3A. Note: Included USB-C cable can only be used to recharge PowerCore+.
♦ Ultra-High Capacity: Recommended by Time Magazine, the PowerCore+’s 20100mAh capacity can fully charge one MacBook, one iPhone and one iPad Air 2 on a single charge.
♦ User-Friendly: Its compact size, LED Power Wheel, premium components and aluminum-alloy case make it easily portable, durable and user-friendly.
♦ What You Get: PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C power bank, 60cm USB to USB-C cable, 90cm USB-C to USB-C cable, welcome guide, travel pouch,
For Optimal Use:
♦ Press the LED Power Wheel before connecting your device to activate USB-C output.
♦ Disconnect your USB-C device once it is fully charged. This will prevent the device from returning charge to PowerCore.
♦ Use the included cable, your original cable or a third-party certified one (such as MFi).
♦ The included USB-A to USB-C cable is designed for charging PowerCore. Performance may be limited with other devices.
♦ Compatible with the new MacBook (with included USB-C cable), Apple and Android smartphones, tablets (including Nexus 7) and other USB-charged devices except iPod nano / Shuffle / Classic, HP TouchPad, Dell Venue 11 Pro, Asus tablets and some GPS and Bluetooth devices.
♦ Note: Not compatible with SONY Xperia XZ, Google Pixel, Dell XPS 12 9250 (2015), Dell XPS 15 (9550), Dell XPS 13 (9350) or HP Spectre x2
Anker PowerCore+ 20100 USB-C: Specs
♦ Brand: Anker
♦ Model: ANK-A1371
♦ Barcode: 6940268801770
♦ 20,100mAh power bank
♦ 2x 5V/2.4A/12W USB outputs with PowerIQ and VoltageBoost
♦ 1x 5V/3A/15W USB-C input/output
♦ 10-LED status system
♦ carry case
♦ no passthrough charging
♦ What the advertised capacity really tells you!
The rated capacity is what is actually inside the power bank, the physical battery.
Inside power banks are 3.7V batteries but the USB standard is 5V. Between the battery and the USB socket is a conversion circuit and this changes the 3.7 V into USB friendly 5V. When converting into a higher voltage you must also convert the mAh into the new voltage.
♦ How to calculate theoretical USB output capacity?
A simple equation can be used to convert the 3.7V into 5V.
ACTUAL 5V mAh = 3.7 *XXXX(Advertised Capacity) / 5
For a 10,000mAh power bank – 3.7 X 10,000 / 5 = 7,400 mAh
So a 3.7V 10,000 mAh power bank really only supplies 7,400 mAh at the 5V USB connection. So straight out of the box is a 23% reduction in the stated mAh. This is not the actual experienced level as there is also conversion loss.
♦ What is conversion loss?
As you use your power bank the circuit inside that converts 3.7V to 5V USB uses some energy and also creates heat. During this conversion you lose some extra mAh. There is a wide range in conversion efficiency and most brands don’t state the losses.