3 things to consider when buying a power bank

The need to remain relevant on social media, and stay digital on the move is the major reason you need a power bank.

It's the 21st century!

The weirdest thing to say these days is 'My battery is dead.'

You don't even need an extra battery to stay relevant.

The need to remain on social media, and stay digital on the move is the major reason you need a power bank.

It can charge your Phones, Tablets, etc.

3 things to consider while buying a power bank;

1. Check the Capacity (mAh) - The higher the mAh, the wilder the smile on your face and also the longer the power the device supplies.

If you are going for 10,000 mAh or higher capacity power banks, make sure you also have a 2.1 Ampere fast charger to charge them quickly.

2. Portability: The higher the capacity, the higher the weight.

A high capacity power bank is usually so heavy and occupies more space which can be a huge pain, especially when you are travelling.

3. Number of USB ports: If you think you will need to charge more than one device simultaneously, it is important that you opt for a charger with two USB charging ports.


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