For the most part, power banks or battery packs are mostly the same. With the big differences being the number of ports and amount of juice they sport. But this PowerCore+ is a bit different from most others. First of all, it supports Quick Charge 2.0. On top of that, it has a USB Type-C port. What this means is that you can charge the PowerCore+ as well as charge other devices from that port. Including items like the Chromebook Pixel and the Apple Macbook, both of which use USB Type-C for charging. Not to mention the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, OnePlus 2 and the new LG G5. We also have two full-sized USB Type-A ports available on this PowerCore+.
Not to mention the fact that this has a capacity of 20,100mAh. Which means it can charge most smartphones about 6 or 7 times before running out of juice. That is a pretty great deal as well, especially if you're taking it traveling, or maybe camping. This way you can be at the airport and not be tied to the only outlet that has about 30 other people crowded around, trying to charge their smartphone before they get on their flight. Today, this battery pack is coming in at $49.99. Making it a pretty good deal, with it dropping from it's regular price of $119.99.