Our first Aukey powerbank review, we have 2 in the office looks good when few are stacked together. All black matte finish is a nice touch. The power level indicator is not the best as the 3 colour level indicator is not as accurate compared to 4 step indicators like other powerbanks. White (60-100%), Green (20-60%), and Red (0-20%) this can be confusing. It has a LED for convenience and weighs 230 grams.
Before I continue the rated input and output mention by Aukey seem to differ with our actual results but it good news). First the input port is rated for 5V 2amps but actually it is a QC2.0 (QuickCharge 2.0) port and we manage to get it charge at 12V 1.1amps with a QC charger, with a 5V charger we manages to get 2.12amps max. (It can do 5V 2amps, 9V 1.67amps and 12V 1.25amps for the input).
The black colour output port is rated at 5V 1amp but we actually got maximum 2amps. The orange colour output port is QC2.0 port, at 5V is rated at 2amps we gotten 2.15amps (again no 2.4amps input capable device for test right now), but it can also charge 9V 1.67amps (rated) and 12V 1.25amps (rated), we gotten max 12V 1.15amps. As you can see Aukey need to update their specification sheet as it actually performs better than advertise.
The rated capacity is 10,000mAh (37Wh 3.7V).
The total input received is 8,953mAh at 5V (44.77Wh), converting to 3.7V equivalent is 12,099mAh.
The total output charged is 6,524mAh at 5V (32.62Wh), converting to 3.7V equivalent is 8,816mAh.
Based on total output against total input the actual conversion charge received is 72.87%. I set 75% as a minimum requirement and the power bank is close to it. It can charge Iphone 6 around 4.7 times.
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