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Anker Wireless Portable Charger, PowerCore 10000mAh Power Bank with USB-C - £29.99 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by AnkerDirect
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Anker Wireless Portable Charger, PowerCore 10000mAh Power Bank with USB-C - £29.99 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by AnkerDirect

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Posted 28th May

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A decent wireless charger that I have been hoping for!

  • The Anker Advantage: Join the 50 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Wireless Charging, Anywhere: With PowerCore, simply place your Qi-certified phone or accessory on the center of the pad for an easy wireless charge up to 5W.
  • Simultaneous Charging: Get a 5W wireless charge for your phone or wireless earbuds while charging another device via one of two 12W USB ports. (12W total max output)
  • Charge While Recharging: Connect PowerCore’s 10W USB-C input port to a wall charger and still get a wireless charge for your phone at the same time.
  • What You Get: PowerCore 10K Wireless, USB-A to USB-C cable, travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and great customer service. (Wall charger not included)
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Hi,shame it's only 5w wireless charging.
Seems of limited use. I would have thought many people used wired chargers to top up while on the move - either while stowing the device or using it if with the power pack itself in a pocket etc. The only way to do this with a wireless power bank would be to strap it to the device. I suppose it might protect the device USB port.
Edited by: "carnivaist" 28th May
This is a battery pack with dual USB output AND wireless charging. So you have the best of both worlds, not the limitations of one
redcastle28/05/2020 16:42

This is a battery pack with dual USB output AND wireless charging. So you …This is a battery pack with dual USB output AND wireless charging. So you have the best of both worlds, not the limitations of one


I realise that. I'm questioning the value of forking out £30 for a 10'000 mAh powerbank simply for the extra benefit of wireless charging that most people will never need on the move.
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