Review: AideaZ 10,000mAh Wireless Charging Power Delivery Portable Charger

AideaZ 10,000mAh Wireless Charging Power Delivery Portable Charger

9.2

Power

8.8/10

Design

10.0/10

Build

9.0/10

Reliability

9.0/10

Pros

  • Features Power Delivery & Quick Charge
  • Can be recharged at Power Delivery and Quick Charge speeds
  • Makes use of Wireless Charging
  • So small that it can easily be placed into your pocket

Cons

  • Quick Charge and Power Delivery cannot be used at the same time

When you think about wireless charging, you probably think about a wireless charging pad or wireless charging stand. Well, that’s not the case anymore as wireless charging is now being implemented with portable chargers, so you can actually wirelessly charge a smartphone while you’re on-the-move.

At the same time, when it comes to Power Delivery portable chargers, most of them are larger high capacity power banks. Well, there are now a few on the market that are smaller and therefore they’re better for charging Power Delivery compatible smartphones.

Okay, so why are we mentioning wireless charging and Power Delivery together with portable chargers? Well, that’s because this 10,000mAh AideaZ power bank actually makes use of both of those charging technologies. Not only that, the power bank even has a Quick Charge port. So let’s take a closer look to see if this charger is really worth getting with all that it offers.

Power

Power Capacity:

The power capacity of this portable charger is surprising, considering that the charger makes use of three charging methods. At the same time, it’s a great power capacity as it makes the form factor of the charger smaller and gives you the ability to take the charger wherever you want.

3.7 x 10,000 = 37,000 / 5 = 7,400

The output capacity that you’re able to get from this charger is going to be about 7,400mAh, but this amount of power is what you’re able to get from standard devices and not for fast charging devices. What do we mean by that? Well, when it comes to Power Delivery and Quick Charge, the fast charging speed basically decreases conversion from the power bank to the device that you’re charging as more heat is being generated.

So if you’re charging a Power Delivery or Quick Charge compatible smartphone, then likely output capacity that you’re going to get is about 6,500mAh. This much power is still quite good as you can charge most smartphones to full power about two times. That’s really what this AideaZ power bank is made for, which is charging smartphones. As charging larger devices such as tablets or laptops with this power bank will take nearly the entire power capacity.

Charging laptops with this power bank? Yes, you can. Let’s get to that in just sec in the output charging section.

Output Charging:

For most 10,000mAh portable charges, they mostly just use a single port to two ports. This AideaZ power bank is definitely an outlier not only because it makes use of three output charging methods but also because it makes use of wireless charging and two fast charging technologies.

Wireless Charging

The wireless charging is done by placing your Qi-compatible smartphone on top of the power bank, and the power bank features standard wireless charging, meaning that the wireless charging speed is 5W for all Qi-compatible smartphones.

The Ports

The USB-A port features Quick Charge to fast charge Quick Charge compatible smartphones and you can still charge a Non-Quick Charge compatible device with the USB-A port, too. The USB-C Power Delivery port has an 18W charging rate, and even though this power bank does feature Power Delivery, a charging rate of 18W is really meant for fast charging Power Delivery compatible smartphones.

You can charge a few USB-C Power Delivery laptops with this power bank such as a USB-C MacBook, and it will charge the MacBook faster than a standard USB-C port that has a 15W charging rate. That said, a MacBook is really one laptop that we recommend for using with this power bank, as for charging other Power Delivery compatible laptops, then this power bank is not really reliable because many Power Delivery laptops require 30W of charging power or more.

SO if you’re getting this power bank for Power Delivery, then please know that it’s really meant for fast charging Power Delivery compatible smartphones such as the iPhone X, XS, XR, Google Pixel 2, Essential Phone and other Power Delivery smartphones.

Input Charging:

For recharging this power bank, you have two input ports that you can use but they can only be used once at a time. There’s the USB-C port that can be used as an input port, or you can use the Micro-USB input which is Quick Charge compatible. So to fast charge with the USB-C port you’ll need a Power Delivery wall charger.

To fast recharge with the Quick Charge port, you’ll need a Quick Charge wall charger.

Design

Size and Weight:

The size of this power bank is that of a mini portable charger despite its 10,000mAh power capacity and three charging methods. That’s because the charger has a length of 4.1 inches, a width of 2.4 inches and a thickness of 0.9 inches. The weight of the power bank is 7.4 Ounces.

So it’s very simple to place this charger right into a pocket and you can also hold this power bank and wirelessly charge your smartphone at the same time. That’s one of the main convenience factors as you don’t need a cable to use this power bank so long as you have a Qi-compatible smartphone. Of course, the charging will be slower.

Functional Components:

All of the charging ports are on a single side, and then at the top of the power bank is where you’ll find the digital power capacity indicator. The power capacity indicator on this charger holds quite a bit of info.

The display shows the power capacity in a percentage with the use of three digits. Then below is where there’s a “QC”, “PD” and “5V” logos to show what charging method you’re using. So you’ll know when you’re using fast charging or just standard charging depending on which one is lit up.

Build

Structure and Material:

On the build side, this power bank is great and it’s surprising considering that it comes from a brand that seems like they’re starting out. The charging ports are great to use and the wireless charging is responsive once when you place your smartphone on top of the power bank.

Tech:

With the use of three charging methods, this power bank can get quite warm even though the max output limit is 18W. If you’re using the wireless charging, that’s when the heat generation is the most noticeable and that can be said about wireless charging in general as it generates quite a bit of heat.

Reliability

If you have a Quick Charge compatible smartphone that is also Qi-compatible or a Power Delivery phone that is Qi-compatible, then this power bank is very reliable, as you can make use of two of its main features.

Summary:

Power:

The charging power from this power bank is absurd, not with its power capacity, but with its use charging power and the fact that it’s a wireless charger and a fast charger.

Design:

The power bank can be taken anywhere and it’s so small and easy to hold that you’ll be able to hold the charger and wirelessly charge your smartphone while you have it in your hand. The digital power display gives info that not many other power banks offer.

Build:

The build quality of the power bank is great, but the charger does get warm if you’re using the wireless charging.

Reliability:

This power bank is a must if you have a Quick Charge or Power Delivery smartphone that is also capable of wireless charging.

Specs of the AideaZ 10,000mAh Wireless Charging Power Delivery Portable Charger:

  • Output:

USB-C Power Delivery Port: 5-6V/3A | 6-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A (18W)

USB-A Quick Charge Port: 5-6V/3A | 6-9V/2A | 9-12V/1.5A (18W)

Wireless Charging: 5W

  • Input:

Micro-USB Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A

USB-C Input: 5V/2.0A | 9V/2.0A

  • LED Power Indicator: Digital Power Capacity Display
  • Size: 4.1 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Weight: 7.4 Ounces

Conclusion:

In a market where most 10,000mAh portable chargers are becoming clones, this AideaZ power bank features quite a lot packed into a small form factor.

AideaZ Power Bank 10000mAh Fast Charge Wireless Charger 18W Power Delivery Portable Charger Ultra-Compact LCD Display High-Speed Charge Compatible with iPhone Xs/XS max/XR/X/8 Samsung Galaxy and More

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Features

  • Power Delivery: Charges USB-C Power Delivery devices with 18W output/input. Use original Apple USB-C to Lightning cable, charge iPhone X, XS, XSmax/XR up to 50% in 30mins. Support to charge laptops, phones, tablets and more.
  • Portable Wireless Charger: Wireless Charger with large-capacity battery. Supports including (but not limited to) iPhoneX/XS/XS max/XR/8, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+/S7/S7Edge/S8/ Note8, Google Nexus 6, and all Qi-Enabled Devices.
  • Compact and Colossal Capacity : Designed with optimal portability in mind. Slips easily in and out of a purse, pocket or bag. (Size: 4.13 x 2.44 x 0.95 in, 7.48oz). Provides almost three-and-a-half iPhone 8 charges or two-and-a-half Galaxy S8 charges.
  • Rapid Recharge: Top up the battery in as little as 1 hour with a USB-C Power Delivery input.(Wall Charger not included. USB-A to USB-C cable included for recharging.)
  • What You Get: AideaZ Power Origin Air 10000 Portable Charger, USB-A toUSB-C cable (USB-C to USB-C cable sold separately ), storage bag and customer service card, our worry-free 18 month warranty and friendly customer service.
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