10 of the biggest portable battery packs for smartphones and tablets
Biggest portable battery packs for smartphones and tablets
The Lenmar PowerPort offers two USB ports, which provide enough power to charge even the most power-hungry smartphones and tablets. It is slim, portable, and easy to carry around.
With its two USB ports, the Snugg Power Portable can charge two smartphones or tablets at the same time. Its battery is large enough to charge an iPhone completely up to 5 times.
With its large capacity and low price, the satechi Portable Energy Station is among the best portable battery chargers you will find. It has two USB ports with maximum output of 2 Amps.
The Just Mobile Gum Max may be pricey, but it has a beefy cell with high power output of 2.1 amps. It holds enough power to charge an iPhone up to 6 times.
Price: 119.95 € ($161,20)
Smartphones, tablets – this portable battery pack by TeckNet can charge them all through its single USB port. Despite its large capacity cell, it weighs only 270 grams.
Price: £59.99 ($93)
This massive portable battery pack by Veho is not only capable of charging a smartphone or a tablet numerous times, but it will bring a laptop back to life as well.
It isn't called the Hyper Juce Plug for nothing. The accessory packs a massive battery, which can recharge an iPhone completely up to 11 times.
High capacity, 5 USB ports, and a built-in emergency flashlight – all of this you'll get from the iSound Portable Power Max.
The Mili Power King has a huge rechargeable battery, single USB port and additional outputs for other kinds of devices.
10. POP Portable
The undisputed king of battery chargers is the POP Portable, which comes with a gigantic battery that can charge an iPad fully a couple of times. Sure, it is quite bigger than the rest, but that's okay with us considering how much juice the gizmo can hold.
1. HTCFreak (Posts: 150; Member since: 17 Jul 2010)
Thanks PhoneArena for the useful article! This will come in very handy! :)
2. fur0n (Posts: 69; Member since: 13 Jun 2012)
I have one that holds 13,500 mAh and it only cost $50http://www.newegg.com/Product/
3. karthikhvenkat (Posts: 1; Member since: 15 Feb 2013)
Thanks PA for the useful article! Great One:)
5. pyro2448 (Posts: 6; Member since: 18 Mar 2014)
Poweradd™ Pilot Pro 32000mAh Battery Charger For iPad Air iPod 129.99$ beats these by far! Works with everything including laptops!
6. tgshuttleworth (Posts: 3; Member since: 20 Aug 2014)
I am looking for a high capacity external battery for a Galaxy s4 which when plugged into the phone it does NOT need anything to switch it "on". When the phone needs power I need it to flow without any manual assistance. Many of these must be switched "on" which is an issue for me.Does anyone know where to but this type of external battery?
7. pyro2448 (Posts: 6; Member since: 18 Mar 2014)
Depends how high capacity your looking I huess ... The one I mentioned is awesome and does exactly what you need it to do no problem!
8. tgshuttleworth (Posts: 3; Member since: 20 Aug 2014)
Pyro2448, I see in the pixs that there is an "on/off" button on the cover. Does power flow to a connected device WITHOUT pressing this button??? this is critical for my application. Maybe the button only controls the digital display (I am hoping).
9. pyro2448 (Posts: 6; Member since: 18 Mar 2014)
You are correct that there is a power button,but it plays no role in actually turning the battery on and off, when you click it, it displays the amount of charge left in a percentage format as well as a battery level icon, if you hold down the power button it allows you to change the about of power to a device, I have mine set to 19.5 amps when I'm charging my laptop. Plug anything into it and it charges IMMEDIATELY with no need to power on the battery!
10. tgshuttleworth (Posts: 3; Member since: 20 Aug 2014)
Thanks, this will work great. One more question. Do you know how this item will discharge when simply sitting on the shelf after a full charge? Appreciate the help.
11. pyro2448 (Posts: 6; Member since: 18 Mar 2014)
Sorry I'm not fully understanding the question your asking?do you mean discharge as in nothing is plugged in or if your phone is plugged in how long will it last? Or do you mean its still plugged in and at 100%?