Anker Power Bank, PowerCore 26800mAh Portable Charger with Dual Input Port and Double-Speed Recharging, 3 USB Ports External Battery for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy, Android and Other Smart Devices
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Is the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD and other lesser PD enabled models SAFE to use in the Nintendo Switch and if so/not, what forms of validation have been performed to validate said claim.
These kinds of generators are great for taking on a road trip or for camping because they’re going to recharge your devices over and over again without taking too much power from the power bank.The Anker PowerCore+ 26800 is one of the best portable power banks on the market. With a massive 26,800mAh capacity, it can charge most phones several times over.
On a single side is where you’ll find all the ports, and that includes the three USB output ports and the Micro-USB input port. The one other functional part on this power bank is the power button at the top. The power button has 10 White LED power capacity indicators at the top and so they each count as 10% of the power capacity that’s remaining, and this is a lot more useful than just having four LED lights that many power banks tend to have, including Anker portable chargers. Seems like it’s not an issue with a slow charger, seems like it’s not charging what so ever. Let it charge for 30~ hours and it was still doing the exact same thing, " 2 leds lit up and then the rest started lighting up one by one, until all 10 are lit up, then all but the first two went out, and then it repeats itself like that." Like many of Anker’s products and especially their power banks, the design scheme is meant to be as minimalistic and small as possible. That’s what the PowerCore 26800 conveys, as its high charging potential is hidden underneath its low profile appearance.Recharge with Dual 20W Micro USB: A full recharge of the power bank takes just over 6 hours while using both input ports (wall charger not included).