Aibocn 8000mAh Power Bank Review
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Aibocn’s new 8000mAh power bank offers a lot of power in a unique design.
The Aibocn 8000mAh power bank has a high 2.4 amp output. This allows you to charge a tablet — such as an iPad — at maximum speed (although, the 8000mAh capacity may not charge an iPad fully from 0%).
The 8000mAh capacity can recharge most smartphones up to 2 times or an iPad about 1 time. This makes it ideal for weekend camping trips or to keep your family’s gadgets charged on a day trip.
The Aibocn external battery has a nice rounded exterior that is comfortable to hold. However, it is not as ideal for stacking with your phone in your pocket. At a capacity of 8000mAh, this power bank is a larger size and may not be ideal for carrying in your pocket anyways.
The power bank has a “smart” USB port which allows you to charge most devices at full speed, up to 2.4 amps. It also uses a standard Micro USB input to recharge the power bank. As is typical with most power banks, a Micro USB charging cable is included, but a wall USB charger is not.
Please note that this power bank does not feature Quick Charge technology and has a maximum of 2.4amp at 5V output per port. Only certain Android phones support Quick Charge; if you have an iPhone, then the lack of Quick Charge technology would not matter to you.
The Aibocn external battery has many built-in safety features to keep your devices safe, such as protections against over-charging, over-discharging, over-voltage, over-current and short circuit protection.
The Aibocn 8000mAh power bank can provide about 3 charges to many smartphones. The 2.4 amp output with smart detection allows you to charge most devices at full speed. The size is somewhat large and may not fit in your pocket.
- 2.4 amp output
- Rounded, lightweight design is easy to hold
- Smart device detection makes the power bank compatible with phones, tablets, Bluetooth speakers, etc
- Somewhat large size
- No Quick Charge technology