myCharge RAZORMAX Powerbank
Rechargeable battery supplies all tend to look the same from the outside, and just as often their “guts” aren’t that dissimilar on the inside either. So you can’t go wrong with picking a battery back up device by flipping a coin, especially if you don’t care how much time it take to recharge a device or don’t plan to keep it for more than a few months before tossing it aside and getting another one. Neither of which would make sense if you got RAZORMAX Powerbank
Lets deal with the outside first — no plastic to crack the first time it falls a few feet on the floor: the MAX goes with an aluminum body. That doesn’t preclude any damage, but it sure makes for a heftier feeling when you’re holding it and a stronger presence when being carried around. Plus it IS harder than plastic and able to take more abuse. One side has a micro-USB plug for drinking in power from a USB outlet or an AC outlet combined with a USB adapter, the other has two straightforward USB outputs. Nope, no attached or fancy USB cables that you’re stuck with using — just supply your own, be it an Apple Lightning Connector or any variant of USB cable as needed.
The battery is 6000 mAH, which translates into enough juice to charge smartphones and/or tablets more than one time over. No confusion about which output to use with which kind of device either; both outputs put out the higher amperage that supplies a steady stream for tablets and similar types (such as digital cameras — remember them?) and of course the smaller power needs of a smartphone. Best part of all this is that the MAX “knows” what type of device is being attached to which output and delvers the power at the necessary rate to make the charging efficient. And as for built-in conditioning and modifying of the power stream so as to keep it consistent and out of trouble, well yes, the MAX has that too. But of more use are the facts that you can charge both it and a connected mobile device simultaneously and — get this — the battery is able to hold its charge for many, many months (up to a year, so says the company). Since the time you most need power from a powerbank is never the time right after it’s been charged, this is a very good thing.
You’ll pay $69.99 for the RAZORMAX Powerbank and you’ll get what you paid for: an attractive and efficient battery backup that doesn’t have to be coddled or apologized for. That’s all anyone can ask.