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    Most Useful Power Banks to use with Tablets

    Tablets can be quite large and they’re basically as popular as smartphones. However one of the main differences is, of course, the size and since they’re larger that means that tablets have larger batteries with higher power capacities. Which is why it’s vital to have a charging electronic that you can use to charge your tablet at its max charging speed. That said, one of the better options for charging portable devices such as tablets are portable chargers. However, choosing a power bank to charge your tablet can be a difficult thing to do as the power bank needs to have a high power capacity and at the same time it needs to have fast charging speed.

    That is why I have brought together some of the most useful power banks that you can use to charge your tablets.

    Anker PowerCore 20100

    Anker PowerCore 20100
    One of the simplest high capacity power banks on the market is this PowerCore 20100 portable charger from Anker. Anker is one of the best leading brands in the charging electronic market which is one of the main reasons that we’re recommending this charger. As it has a 20,100mAh power capacity so you’re able to charge most tablets to their full power about two times. Mini iPads such as the iPad Mini 2 or 4 are able to charge their full power about two times with this charger.

    The other part of this power bank is that it has really good charging speeds. It uses two USB ports and each of the ports has a charging speed of 5V/2.4A. What’s even better is that the max output of this charger is 4.8A and so you can use both of the ports at their max power at the same time. As a result, you can very well charge two iPads at their max power at the same time, and with its power capacity and charging power you it's a good charger for a Galaxy Tab A. One of the best factors that this charger has is that it’s actually quite small in comparison to other power bank 20000mAh with its slim form factor it can be easy to hold in your hand.

    EasyAcc 26,000mAh Power Bank

    EasyAcc 26,000mAh Power Bank
    If you want a higher power capacity then this EasyAcc power bank is one of the best options. That’s because it has 26,000mAh power capacity and you can very well charge your tablet to its full power about four times; such as Apple’s iPads and even Galaxy tablets are able to charge quite a few time to their full power too. That said, the other main part that makes this power bank does a great job with is its use of 4 USB charging ports.

    That’s right, there are 4 USB ports on this power bank and each of the ports has a charging speed of 5V/2.4A. Although the max output of power is 4.8A, so you can use the max power 2.4A at once with just two ports. So if you’re using four USB ports with the max output of 4.8A being reached, then each port is like to output a charging speed of 5V/1.2A. As a result, it’s best to just stick to charging 3 devices at most for the best charging experience, but of course, the option for charging 4 devices at once is always there. One of best types of tablets to use with it is the Dell Venue 8 Pro as it's one of the best chargers for the Venue 8 Pro because it can charge it multiple times and at its max charging speed with each of its ports.

    The other awesome charging experience with this power bank is it's recharging. This EasyAcc power bank uses Micro-USB input ports. Each of the input ports has a recharge rate of 5V/2.0A and when you use both of the input ports at the same time that results in a recharge speed of 4A; which is able to recharge the power bank to its full power within just 5 hours.

    RAVPower 20,100mAh power bank

    RAVPower 20,100mAh power bank

    The last power bank that I want to recommend for a tablet is this RAVPower 20,100mAh charger. It has the same power capacity as the PowerCore 20100 that is also on this list. As a result, you’re going to be getting about two full charges for most tablets. As useful as the power capacity is, though, what’s more, useful is the charging tech that it uses.

    That’s because this power bank has two USB-A ports. With one of them using Quick Charge 3.0 and the other port uses a standard max charging speed of 5V/2.4A. Not many people know this, but there are in fact quite a few tablets on the market that are compatible with Quick Charge and can, therefore, charge very quickly to their max power when you use the charging tech. The use of Quick Charge with a high capacity such as a tablet is one of the best combinations for charging.

    This power bank also has a third output port which is the USB-C port. You can use a USB-C to USB-C charging cable to charge your USB-C compatible devices and there are even tablets that are compatible with USB-C too and you can charge them with this tablet if you choose to.

    Its recharging is also good because this power bank has two input ports. It has a Micro-USB and UBS-C input port as the USB-C port can also be used as an input. That said, you can only use a single input port at a time, unlike the EasyAcc power bank that we mentioned before. In this case, it’s better to use the Micro-USB port to recharge the power bank and that’s because it uses Quick Charge 3.0 for recharging just as one of the output ports does. The USB-C input port has a 5V/3.0A recharge speed. No matter what recharging port you’re using, it’s important to know that you should use a Quick Charge USB wall charger with either of the input ports to recharge this power bank the fastest.

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