5 Best Portable External Battery Chargers

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We always wanted a smartphone with a smart battery, but alas, it’s getting expensive day by day but the battery performance still remains the same. We use our smartphones for almost everything, like almost everything we do on our personal computers and laptops. So we need a battery life that can do justice for all these activities. So what can we do?

One, we can wait till we get such smartphones. Two, we can use power banks. I’ll stick with the second option as of now. 😛 Now-a-days almost every brand has their own power bank or in other words portable external battery charger, you can take Nokia, Samsung, even Lenovo has one. So I decided to make a list of top 5 power banks I used and giving you the chance for picking the best one.

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Best Portable External Battery Chargers

Personally I have tried all the power banks mentioned in this post. But I always keep Sony and Anker as my primary external power bank. Sony is thin and it looks premium, so whenever I carry it, I’ll feel like I’m holding another thin smartphone, it doesn’t really give me a feel like I’m holding a power bank in my hand. Mi Power Bank is another interesting addition to this list, considering Xiaomi Mi3’s success this less-expensive power bank is also another great product for them to brag about. But do remember, when you want to pick the best one, do check its battery capacity, size, weight, and finally the price.

1. Sony CP-F10L Portable Power Supply

Portable External Battery Chargers - Sony CP-F10L (10000mah)

Sony CP-F10L Portable Power Supply
Model Name CP-F10L
Battery Capacity (mAh) 10000
Size (mm) 70.4 X 130.6 X 16.5
Weight (g) 260
No. of USB output ports 2
Input Source DC 5V, 0.5A ~ 1.5A
Output Source max. 3.6A

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2. Anker 2nd Gen Astro3

Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12000mAh

Anker 2nd Gen Astro3
Model Name 2nd Gen Astro3
Battery Capacity (mAh) 12000
Size (mm) 111 x 83 x 26
Weight (g) 300
No. of USB output ports 3
Input Source 5V / 2A
Output Source 5V / 4A (total)

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3. Mophie powerstation XL

Mophie powerstation XL (12000mah)

Mophie powerstation XL
Model Name powerstation XL
Battery Capacity (mAh) 12000
Size (mm) 71.12 X 114.3 X 23.114
Weight (g) 439.13
No. of USB output ports 2

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4. Mi Power Bank

Mi Power Bank (10400mah)

Mi Power Bank
Model Name NDY-02-AD
Battery Capacity (mAh) 10400
Size (mm) 90.5 x 77 x 21.6
Weight (g) 250
No. of USB output ports 1
Input Source DC 5V, 0.5A ~ 1.5A
Power source DC 5V
Input voltage DC 5.1V
Input current 2.0A(TYP)
Output current 2.1A(TYP)

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5. OnePlus 10000mAH Power Bank

OnePlus 1000mAh Power Bank

OnePlus 10000mAH Power Bank
Model Name 2030002
Battery Capacity (mAh) 10000
Size (mm) 142.8 × 72.6 × 16.2
Weight (g) 222
No. of USB output ports 2
Input Source 5V/2A
Output Source 5V/2A (One device) | 5V/1A (Two devices)

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[NOTICE: THE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ARE TAKEN FROM RESPECTIVE WEBSITES, KINDLY REFER THEM FOR ANY TECHNICAL USAGE.]

If you have any other suggestions (your desired power banks) to improve this list, kindly let us know in the comments below. I’ll review it and update this list. Meanwhile I’ll also analyse other new portable external battery chargers and expand this list often.

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2 Comments on 5 Best Portable External Battery Chargers


  1. Aug 14, 2014 / Anchit Shethia:
    I personally like the Sony and Powermonkey power banks since I have used them personally and they are really handy. I also own a solar powered power bank which is my must carry when going for a hike :) Reply
  2. Aug 14, 2014 / vijay:
    Good :) i always go with Sony because of its premium look. Reply

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