Aukey PB-XD10 Review | QuickCharge 3.0 10,050mAh Powerbank
Our 2nd Aukey hardware for review, this time featuring a 10,050 mAh capacity powerbank. A handled form factor with curve edges and all black matte finish, just weighs 180 grams. It uses a 4 dot power indicator that represents every 25% charge levels. The package comes with a bi-directional Type-A to Type-C charging cable.
Let’s start with the USB-C port that support 2 way charging (not quick charge in any direction). The input supports 5V/2.4A and 9V/2A (MAX 18W) charging. Our test uses an Aukey Quickcharge 2.0 charger at 5V we manage to max out 15.20W (4.84V/3.14A) and at 9V we manage to hit 17.49W (8.97V/1.95A). For the output it supports 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A and 12V/1.5A (MAX 18W) charging. We use a USB tester to stress test the powerbank and at 5V it max out at 15.55W (4.92V/3.15A), 9V at 17.27W (8.95V/1.93A) and 12V at 17.76W(11.92V/1.49A).
The Type-A port is QuickCharge 3.0 enabled, it supports 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A (MAX 18W). Starting with at 5V we manage to max out our testing device to 15.55W (4.92V/3.16A) I believe it can go higher, at 9V we manage to get 20.48W (8.03V/2.55A) and 12V we manage to get 20.28W (10.4V/1.95A) before the tester gets cut off. So Aukey can perform higher than the rated charge.
The rated capacity is 10,050mAh (36.2Wh)(10050mAh * 3.6 V / 1000 = 36.2Wh).
Based on my two most recent 5V charge and discharge record. Using my personal way the test the performance which is; the total output charge against total input charge received. The actual conversion charge received is 76.79% (6124mAh/7975mAh) and 77.20% (6038mAh/7821mAh). I set 75% as a minimum requirement for the powerbank to be consider great and this Aukey powerbank did perform well. Better efficiently than most of Mi’s lineup.
Model Number: Aukey PB-XD10
USB-C Input: 5V/2.4A, 9V/2A (Max 18W)
USB-C Output (PD): 5/2A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A (Max 18W)
USB-A Output (Quick Charge 3.0): 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A (MAX 18W)
Dimensions: 10.5 x 6.35 x 2.2 cm
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