Anguo 3-Port 10,400mAh Power Bank
- Has three USB charging ports to charge three devices at once
- Has enough power capacity to charge most smartphones to their full power at least twice.
- Using all three of the ports at the same time will limit your usage of the power capacity that you actually use.
Power banks have two main parts to them and that would the be their power capacity, which is the part that makes them portable in the first place. The other main aspect is the charging ports and just how much many USB ports it has. Since a portable charger can potentially have 4 USB Ports and that means you’re able to charge multiple devices at once. Of course, the power capacity and the number of ports that a charger has is important as when you’re charging lots of devices at once, you want the power capacity to hold up to charge all the devices to max power.
This Anguo 10,400mAh portable charger has three USB ports and when you take into consideration that it has a 10,400mAh capacity, having three USB charging ports can seem overwhelming. At the same time, you charging three devices at once can be a great thing to have while you’re on the go. Let’s take a closer look.
The power capacity of this Anguo portable charger is average as it has a 10,400mAh initial power capacity and since it doesn’t use Quick Charge you’re able to get an average conversion rate during charging. As a result, you’re going to have an average Output power capacity to use for your devices at the same time.
3.7 x 10,000 = 38,480 = 7,696
|Anguo 3-Port 10,400mAh Power Bank|
(Output Power Capacity = 7,400mAh)
|Phone Capacity||Anguo 3-Port 10,400mAh Power Bank Left Over Power Capacity after 1 Charge
Number of Full Charges
4.7 Full Charges
4.2 Full Charges
|iPhone 6 Plus||7,700mAh||2,915mAh||4,785mAh
2.6 Full Charges
4.4 Full Charges
|iPhone 6s Plus||7,700mAh||2,750mAh||4,950mAh
2.8 Full Charges
|Samsung Galaxy S6||7,700mAh||2,550mAh||5,150mAh
3.0 Full Charges
|Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge||7,700mAh||2,600mAh||5,100mAh
2.9 Full Charges
|Samsung Galaxy S7||7,700mAh||3,000mAh||4,700mAh
2.5 Full Charges
|Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge||7,700mAh||3,600mAh||4,100mAh
2.1 Full Charges
|Apple iPad Mini 2||7,700mAh||6,470mAh||1,230mAh
1.1 Full Charges
|Apple iPad Mini 4||7,700mAh||5,124mAh||2,576mAh
1.5 Full Charges
Most of the time, you’re going to be getting an Output power capacity of about 7,700mAh that you can actually use towards charging your devices. For the most part, this is a great power capacity, but at the same time it’s going to be most useful for charging smartphones only as charging a tablet with this Anguo power bank will result in only a single full charge and that would take the entire power capacity to do. Also, in some cases, larger tablets will require more than its 7,700mAh output power capacity to charge.
If you’re sticking to charging smartphones with this portable charger then you’re going to have a pretty good experience, as charging just a single smartphone at a time will result in two full charges. Charging two smartphones at the same time will result in a single charge for those two phones. Lastly, if you’re charging three devices at once, then you’re you’re able to come close to the three phones charging to full power, but each of them they most likely won’t charge to full power as the power capacity of the portable charger is being split up a lot.
The charging speed of this Anguo portable charger is quite good but definitely not the best. The reason for that is because the charging speed of the ports is different from each other. One of the ports has a charging speed of 5V/2.4A and the other two ports have a speed of 5V/1.0A. So you’re going to want to use the 2.4A USB ports first for the device that you want to charge the fastest, as it gives the faster charging speed.
The other two 1 Amp USB ports give a slower charging speed and should definitely be used with the devices that you don’t mind charging at a slower rate. Also, if you do plan on charging a tablet with this portable charger then we recommend using the 2.4A port as most tablets such as the iPad are able to charge at their max speed using that port and charging a tablet with the single Amp ports will result in a very slow recharging speed.
The recharging for this Anguo portable charger is quite good, as it has a recharge speed of 5V/2.0A through its Micro-USB input port. As long as you’re using a 2 Amp USB wall charger or higher to recharge this portable charger then you can recharge it to its full power within 4-5 hours.
Size and Weight:
Perhaps the best part of this portable charger is its size and that’s because it has a length of 3.7 inches, a width of 3 inches and a thickness of 0.8 inches. The weight of the charger is about 10 Ounces. It all comes together to make a portable charger that is surprisingly compact that can go with you everywhere if you wanted to take it with you anywhere. Holding it in the hands while you charge your smartphone holds no problems, although, when it comes to fitting it into a pocket then that can cause a bit of a problem with its near inch thickness.
On the functional parts, this Anguo portable charger is very easy to use and that’s because it has all of its usable parts on a single side of it. On this single side is where you’re going to find:
- The Three USB Ports
- Micro-USB Input port
- LED Flashlight
- Power Button
You do have to press the power button to begin charging, but charging automatically stops if you have nothing charging. The power button is also used to turn on the LED flashlight by holding the power button down and you can turn off the flashlight by holding it down too.
Structure and Material:
The build quality of this portable charger is really good and is similar to other Aluminum portable chargers. That’s because it has an Aluminum body and the side parts of the charger are made of plastic. It’s not a Rugged portable charger by any means but it should be good for light drops and it won’t take damage for everyday use.
On the tech side, things stay pretty cool for when you’re charging one or two devices at once. It’s when you’re charging three devices at once do things actually start to become heated.
It’s a very reliable portable charger if you find the specifications suit your needs, that said, this Anguo charger doesn’t do anything amazing with its power as there’s no use of Quick Charge anywhere. Then again, it has 10,000mAh power capacity that can charge three devices at once but not all the ports give a fast standard charging speed.
Overall, the reliability of this portable charger is great at its base, but when you get into the details about charging speed for each of its ports, then it might not give you the best charging experience than other portable chargers that also has multiple USB ports but also has faster charging speeds.
The power capacity is most useful for charging smartphones and there’s one port with its 2.4A output that can be very useful for charging smartphones and tablets but that’s just a single port and the other two ports just give a 1 Amp charging speed.
It’s a smaller portable charger that can easily fit into the hands and it’s lightweight too. It’s also really easy to use with all of the functional parts of this charger being on a single side.
The build quality is solid and is able to take everyday use.
It’s a good power bank, there’s no doubt about that. The main flaw is just how ordinary it because there’s no use of Quick Charge or powerful standard charging with each of its ports and that can be a letdown for people looking for more power.
Specs of the Anguo 3-Port 10,400mAh Power Bank:
Standard Output Capacity: 7,700mAh
USB Port 1: 5V/2.4A
USB Port 2: 5V/1.0A
USB Port 3: 5V/1.0A
- Input: 5V/2.0A Via Micro-USB Input
- LED Power Indicators: 4 LED Power Capacity Indicators
- Size: 3.7 x 3 x 0.8 inches
- Weight: 10 Ounces
The Anguo 10,400mAh portable charger does a good job with implementing three USB ports with its 10,400mAh power capacity. However, the power of the charging ports could be better.