Anker is launching their very first portable charger with USB-C and Micro USB inputs! Take a look at the all-new PowerCore Lite 10000:
It’s important to note that the USB-C input port is for input only and only one port may be used at a time.
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Slim Size, Big Power: One of the slimmest and lightest 10000 mAh portable chargers. Provides two-and-a-half charges for iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X, or 2.6 full Galaxy S9 charges.
High-Speed Charging: Anker’s exclusive PowerIQ and VoltageBoost combine to deliver the fastest possible charge for any device. Qualcomm Quick Charge not supported.
Certified Safe: Anker’s MultiProtect safety system provides superior protection for you and your devices.
What You Get: PowerCore Lite 10000 portable charger, Micro USB cable (USB-C cable and Lightning cable not included), travel pouch, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
Finally, there’s a neat trickle-charging mode! Check it out:
Availability: Anker’s PowerCore Lite 10000 is available to order via Amazon US starting today for a cost of $33.99 (was $29.99) and should begin shipping immediately.
What are your thoughts on PowerCore Lite 10000? Will you be picking one up? Maybe we’ll see a version with Lightning soon (?). Let us know everything you’re thinking by replying!
That trickle charger mode sounds amazing and could save my battery from dying on me all the time. Wish there was a lighting instead if micro USB input though cause those are the two cables I carry.
Love the switch over to usb c though!
My guess would be around $50? I’m not really good at estimating values though. I don’t know how beneficial this would be to me but I like the idea! I think lightning would be more beneficial for a larger number of people as many people have iPhones over USB-C devices. Maybe once I get a Switch which I think charges on USB-C, I’ll get this.
Whoa! This is a game changer! Might need to pick up one of these. I have so many different power banks, I really don’t need to get any more, but this looks so light and sleek. Good to know that we can’t use both inputs at the same time, that would’ve been my next question. Thanks for this post!
You have to admit the trickle charge feature is good though. I hope it will be standard from now on. I would have preferred type c in/out, simultaneous dual input charging and Power IQ 2.0 but I think this PowerCore has a place and looks pretty slick.