Baseus wireless 10,000 mAh power bank with 20W fast charging released for $25


Baseus, a Chinese company that specializes in mobile accessories, has recently released a new 10,000 mAh power bank with 20W fast charging for $25. The Baseus Airpow portable charger supports 20W Power Delivery high-speed USB C output. According to the company, this device can charge an iPhone 14 up to 50% in just about 30 minutes. The new wireless fast-charging power bank comes with its cable and it costs only 179 yuan which is about $25.

Baseus wireless power bank

In addition to the 10,000 mAh capacity and the 20W fast charging, this power bank also supports two-way fast charging. The cable can choose USB Type-C and Lightning versions. However, only the USB Type-C cable supports two-way fast charging. The cable is used to recharge the power bank as well as a device.

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Though the name of this power bank has “wireless”, the press release from Baseus did not introduce the wireless charging power. It only introduced that it supports magnetic suction and can be directly attached to the back of the phone. The company also claims that this device can offer charging services for two devices at the same time.

The Baseus wireless power bank is slim and portable, making it easy to carry around with you wherever you go. It’s also lightweight, so you won’t even notice that you’re carrying it. It is also compatible with a wide range of devices, including iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and tablets. Furthermore, this device works with other USB Type-C devices, such as laptops and gaming consoles.

Final Words

The new Baseus 10,000 mAh power bank with 20W fast charging is a decent choice for anyone who needs to charge their devices quickly and on the go. Its slim design, multiple charging ports, and compatibility with a wide range of devices make it a versatile and convenient accessory to have. And with its affordable price, it’s an excellent value for money.

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