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Do you keep exhausting the battery of the Apple MacBook Pro and therefore need a power bank to be able to continue working on the go? Then you might be interested in the new PowerCore + Powerbank from Anker with 26.800 mAh and USB-C connection. This external battery for the MacBook Pro and many other devices is allowed not on the plane, but for the car / camper, the train, the long-distance bus, in the park, in the event of a power failure and so on, the new Anker Powerbank is a good idea.
The external battery is not made for the entirety of mobile devices, one of the manufacturers leaves anchor on the Amazon product page knowledge. The power bank is not compatible with the HTC 10 and the HP Specter; in addition, it does not support Qualcomm Quick Charge technology. There is also a note that the Lumia 950, the Samsung W700 and the Apple MacBook Pro are not loaded at the maximum possible speed for the devices. So the devil is in the details. The iPhone and iPad can, however, be charged in addition to the MacBook Pro 2016 with a USB-C connection - all details and information can be found on the linked page;)
In addition to the limitations of the power bank, there are of course information and data that show that the external battery is definitely capable. So within the scope of his possibilities he offers this data (information partly from a customer review):
By the way: Power banks with USB-C are also for them Nintendo Switch usable.
The new model with 26.800 mAh is currently not available on Amazon (as of May 9, 2017). However, you can order other external batteries from Anker for Apple devices. On the following linked product page you will find power banks with 10.050 mAh, 13.400 mAh, 20.100 mAh and again 26.800 mAh (but with 3 x USB-A and 1 x USB-C). Again, I recommend reading all the details before you order;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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