Lately, we’ve been spoiled by Quick Charge technology. A lot of power banks don’t feature Quick Charge technology, although there are a few that support it. And that’s what we are taking a look at today. Now these are all Quick Charge 2.0, so they will charge your phone twice as fast, granted as long as your phone is supported.
Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10,400mAh Power Bank
This power bank from Aukey is a great looking aluminum power bank. It’s lightweight, but still packs enough juice to keep you going all day long. It’s a 10,400mAh capacity with one USB port for charging devices. Additionally it packs Quick Charge 2.0 allowing for double the charging speeds, as long as your device is supported.
CHOE 15600mAh Quick Charge 2.0 Power Bank
Now this power bank from CHOE is a great one as well, with a much larger capacity than the one above, from Aukey. It does indeed include two regular-sized USB ports, allowing you to charge two devices at a time. However, only one does Quick Charge 2.0, while the other charges at an output of 2.4A. Still not a bad speed.
Anker PowerCore+ 10050
This is one of Anker’s newest releases, in terms of power banks. It’s the PowerCore+ which is a Quick Charge 2.0 power bank here with a 10,050mAh capacity. Which makes the power bank rather small and lightweight – meaning you can easily keep it in your pocket – but still capable of charging your phone a few times and quickly.
Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 10000mAh Power Bank
Aukey has another Quick Charge 2.0 power bank here, this time a 10,000mAh capacity. It includes two USB ports, although one is Quick Charge 2.0 while the other is a 2.4A port. Additionally, Aukey has included a flashlight. Definitely useful in case you are ever lost, or perhaps the power has gone out.
RAVPower 20100mAh External Battery Pack
This offering from RAVPower is quite interesting. Not only does it do Quick Charge 2.0 from one of its two ports. But it also has a USB Type-C port. So if you are using a Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P, you can easily charge your Nexus with your USB Type-C cable without any issues. Pretty unique.
TechMatte® Quick Charge 2.0 Dual Port Power Bank
TechMatte also has a Quick Charge 2.0 power bank available here. This one does indeed have two USB ports, allowing you to charge two devices simultaneously. However, only one does Quick Charge 2.0, while the other charges at a rate of 2.4A, which is still pretty fast, actually. It’s capacity is 5200mAh, so it’s not that big.
MoKo Quick Charge 2.0 10400mAh Power Bank
MoKo also has a 10,400mAh power bank here that uses Quick Charge 2.0. It does feature just one USB port, which is unfortunate, but it at least it’s not sharing power between multiple USB ports. It uses 4 LED lights to indicate how much power is left on the battery pack before you are completely empty.
EasyAcc Quick Charge 2.0 20000mAh Portable External Battery
Here we have a 20,000mAh capacity battery pack from EasyAcc, with three USB ports. However, only one of those three do Quick Charge 2.0. While the other two feature their smart technology which basically communicates with the device to tell it how much power it can handle without damaging the battery.
Kmashi 20000mAh External Battery
Here’s another massive battery pack that supports Quick Charge 2.0. It’s from Kmashi, and has a 20,000mAh capacity inside. This one is a bit interesting as it has a faux leather look and feel around the battery pack. Additionally, only one port is Quick Charge 2.0.