With smartphones usage increasing more and more, it is the need of the hour to have a good power bank as a backup for your phone. Since there are many options available in the market, we decided to list the best ones here.
In this comprehensive list, we will be talking about the 5 best power banks available in the market. We will compare these so you can find the best one that suits you. The parameters for our ranking are the build, conversion rate, output ports, and value addition. So here are the top 5 Power banks to use.
Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 2i
Launched in November, the Mi Power Bank 2i easily takes place in the list. The power bank is made in India and is available at a price of Rs. 799 for 10,000 mAh and Rs. 1,499 for the 20,00 mAh unit.
The Mi Power Bank 2i comes with an Aluminum metal case with a double anodized surface. It sports rounded edges and a matte finish. With up to 85% conversion rate, this power bank features two USB Type-A and Type-C output ports. There is also a Micro USB port for charging. You can get the Mi Power Bank 2i here.
Lenovo MP1060 10,000 mAh Power Bank
This latest offering from Lenovo gets the highest conversion rate of 90%. It comes with a premium 3D nano grade metal carved texture for grip. This power bank features a fancy set of LED indicators to tell the charge left.
Also, an integrated temperature control ensures that your phone doesn’t heat while charging. The power bank also prevents itself from draining when idle. You can get the Lenovo MP1060 power bank for Rs. 1,299 here.
Ambrane P-1313 13,000 mAh power bank
Coming from the house of Ambrane, this power bank comes with two output USB Type-A output ports. You also get a Micro USB port for charging the power bank. The P-1313 comes with a LED bulb on top so it can double up as a torch.
With a 5V/2.1 Amp output, this power bank comes with a metal build in a matte finish with rounded corners. You can get this power bank at Rs. 1,299 here.
Intex IT-PB11K 11000 mAh Power Bank
The Intex IT-PB11K Power Bank comes at an affordable price of Rs. 699 only. While it does not feature a Type-C output, the power bank is functional and comes with 3 Type-A output ports. There is a Micro USB port for charging the power bank.
This offering from Intex also comes with a torch on top, which is good. There are also LED indicators that show the charge left in the power bank. You can buy the Intex IT-PB11K power bank here.
Pebble PB44 10,000 mAh power bank
Lastly, the Pebble PB44 is a 10,000 mAh offering from Pebble. It is a slim power bank with a rubbery coating for better grip. It is a slim power bank and comes with an inbuilt micro USB and a Type-C connector cable.
Apart from integrated cables, there are two Type-A ports so you can charge four devices at once. It also has an output of 2.4V which is a good speed for charging your phone. You can get the Pebble PB44 10,000 mAh power bank for Rs. 1,560 here.