Power banks are a useful type of charging device for students as they provide additional power when on the go. Power banks are mobile batteries that can be used to charge a variety of devices that can charge via a USB or wirelessly. They aren’t too heavy and are convenient for putting in bags of pockets when travelling.
Defined by mAH, the main difference between power banks is their power storage capacity. For a single charge of a mobile phone, a small 4,000mAH is suitable. However, if more power is required, like for a tablet for example, a more powerful power bank would be necessary.
Power banks from Cygnett are available from 4,000mAH all the way up to 27,000mAH and a myriad of sizes in between. Magnetic wireless power banks that cling to the back of a modern smartphone are also available from Cygnett as well as solar power banks. They come with different numbers of charging ports and in many different colours.
Manhattan is another supplier of charging equipment with its main focus on charging cables and leads. However, they also manufacture a 10,000mAH power bank with three USB outputs to charge multiple devices at once. The handy LED status bar shows how much power is available, indicating when it is full or nearing empty.
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