A 10,000 mAh portable battery that utilizes Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0

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I love the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 technology on my Nexus 6 phone. It significantly decreases the amount of time I spend charging my phone which is something that I have grown accustomed to. I recently purchased the Aukey CC-T1 2-Port 30W USB Car Charger with Quick Charge 2.0 to be able to use this fast charging technology while in my car and now I’m looking to upgrade my portable battery to one that supports this technology as well. Aukey has such a battery – the Aukey PB-T1 Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 10,000mAh External Battery Charger which has been officially licensed and certified by Qualcomm. The battery charges Quick Charge 2.0 compatible phones and tablets up to 75% faster than standard chargers but will also charge any of your older, non-Quick Charge 2.0 devices at their normal speed (5V and up to 2.1A). The battery measures 5.4″ x 4.1″ x 1.6″ and is contained in an attractive “scratch and corrosion resistant anodized aluminum shell”. It does, however, charge only one device at a time. 

Here are some of the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 compatible devices:

  • Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Note 4/Edge
  • Google Nexus 6
  • Sony Xperia Z4, Z4 Tablet, Z3, Z3 Compact, Z3 Tablet Compact, Z2 Tablet
  • Motorola Droid Turbo, Moto X 2014
  • HTC One M9, HTC One (M8), One Remix (Verizon Mini 2), Desire EYE
  • LG G Flex2, G4
  • Xiaomi Mi3, Mi4, Mi Note, and more

The Aukey PB-T1 Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 10000mAh External Battery Charger is available from Amazon for $29.99. Please visit the Aukey website for more information.

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    1. May – you need to provide the power bank what it needs – the input specs should be printed on the battery somewhere. I charge most of my devices including power banks using a multiport desktop charger. Most desktop chargers that are made today are smart chargers and will detect what a device needs and deliver what it needs up to a certain maximum. But to make sure, you may want to contact your power bank’s manufacturer technical support to be sure.

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