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credit to Being Askhole for the 6,000mAh version.
The 20,000mAh with Power Delivery is on sale again too. Last time it was reduced to $94.50, but this price is still considerably better than any other retailer.
comparing https://www.gearbest.com/power-banks/pp_662137.html its not on special atm and its $77 but its still an awesome piece of kit - also serves as a rather convenient USB hub. I use it to charge phone and macbook - it has been as low as $55 I think
I made the mistake of buying one of the Chinese PD power-banks, and while it did charge my Dell XPS 13 for about 15 minutes, after 15 minutes, the XPS 13 would start charging the powerbank. End result, fully charged powerbank and a dead laptop battery.
The ZMI (under the Xiaomi umbrella) has been flawless on my iPhone and Macbook - just been OS and it was invaluable
I think there is a setting in the laptop you can turn off so it doesn't charge stuff.
All we need now is for Gearbest to find a postal service that'll ship it.
that one doesn't ship to aus.
USB-C Input (PD):
5V-3A (15W), 14.5V-2A (29W), 20V-1.5A (30W)
USB-C Output (PD):
5V-3A (15W), 9V-3A (27W), 12V-3A (36W),
14.5V-3A (43.5W), 20V-2.25A (45W)
USB-A Output 1 (QC 3.0):
5V-3A (15W), 9V-2A (18W), 12V-1.5A (18W)
USB-A Output 2:
Total Output: 63W
the sub $50 xiaomi 20,000 mah seems to do fine so dunno why you'd spend twice on this
I think this one charges USB c laptops
the zmi charges the macbook pro so i assume it also does others
Except a lot of websites currently won't ship the ZMI to AUS
There's two, one that's officially xiaomi branded, that doesn't support USB-PD, so you can't charge a nintendo switch or a mac. The other one which is the ZMI (brand owned by xiaomi) Can, but it cost a bit more, closer-ish in price to this deal now.
Would this power Nintendo switch dock?
Yep it does
Can this or smaller cygnett's charge older laptops (Dell Latitude)
Unlikely - You'd need to have a USB-C Power Delivery port, and the required input would need to be a maximum of 45W.
You might need something more like this
Same price on the ebay store at the moment, which means you can apply the site wide 5% discount (eg. PICK5) to bring it down to $99.08. Click and Collect available.
Now even cheaper with 20% off through their eBay store.