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XPower Power Luggage 10G Power Bank

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HK$198.00

Power Luggage 10G Power Bank
• Ultra tiny design
• Micro USB & Type-C input
• 3 x output: 1 x Type-C(3A max) &
2 x USB(2.4A max)
• Total output 15W 5V/3A(max)
• 10,000mAh Li-Polymer battery
• Safety certificate: CE,FCC,ROHS
• Multiple safe protection: Short circuit/
Over-charge/ Over-discharge/ Over-heat/
Over-current protection
• Dimension: 90 x 63 x 23(mm) & 219g

 User Manual:

Power Luggage 10G Power Bank
• Ultra tiny design
• Micro USB & Type-C input
• 3 x output: 1 x Type-C(3A max) &
2 x USB(2.4A max)
• Total output 15W 5V/3A(max)
• 10,000mAh Li-Polymer battery
• Safety certificate: CE,FCC,ROHS
• Multiple safe protection: Short circuit/
Over-charge/ Over-discharge/ Over-heat/
Over-current protection
• Dimension: 90 x 63 x 23(mm) & 219g

 User Manual:

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Very good charger but more features to be desired
Have known the XPower brand for some years now but this is the first time I try out the company's power bank products...

Anyway got this one during 電腦通訊節2019.  Have checked out its specs online before actual purchase.  Was able to choose a unit with a slighter higher output voltage (~5.12V vs. ~5.06V on the other) before actual purchase.

Tried it overnight and am quite satisfied with the small size, capacity and performance.  To summarise:

Pros:
a. Able to pump out good current output while unit does not even feel warm, implicating good heatsinking within the enclosure;
b. High capacity at relatively small size;
c. Four-port configuration; especially, inclusion of both Micro-b and C ports;
d. Bright and clear LED battery capacity indicator (also easy to read from various angles)

Cons:
a. Exterior finishing treatment could be better (esp. with the black unit where the text printing could've been brighter).  Anti-scratch lacquered finish would've been great;
b. Internal cell and motherboard/chipset QC could've been more consistent across units.  As mentioned, one unit yields an VOut of  ~5.12V while another unit yields just ~5.06V.  Both are within passable standards (ie. at or over 5V during output) but IMO a little over-speccing (ie. maintaining VOut at ~5.12V) is always welcome;
c. USB C plug connection feels a tad loose;
d. No QC and PD capability (featured in the 20G or higher model).  These features would've been more than welcome on a small form powerbank like this 10G model.
From: Alvin | Date: 8/26/2019 1:09 PM
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