So the FreeLace and Freebud earbuds were not the only thing the Chinese Giants Huawei launched, in addition the mega company also unveiled a 40W power-bank with a very large 12000mAh battery capacity. Now im sure that there are many occasions where a power bank comes in handy, you can take it with you while travelling, camping, or quite simply when your battery is down and you don’t have the time to charge the phone at home. On many occasions, there is always certainly limitations to the type of gadgets you can charge via a Power bank but as we move to a new generation of technology, things are starting to change. The Huawei 12000 40W SuperCharge power bank is not your everyday power-bank, not only does it charge smartphones, but in addition to that the power-bank also charges smartwatches, cameras, tablets and also your laptop! The device is said to be the first power-bankwhich has gotten the safety certification of Germany’s TUV Rheinland.

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Furthermore, the new devicegives users super fast charging to the many technological gadgets it can support, and to this regard Huawei states that the power bank can charge the new P30 Pro up to 70% inonly 30 minutes where a 10W charger can only charge your device to 26%, even the 22.5W SuperCharge power bank that Huawei producedcharges your phone to 55% charge in 30 minutes. In addition, the 12000 SuperCharge power bank comes with a bi-directional 40W charge and amazing recharge capability. This means that while it can deliver 40W output to supported devices, it also has a super fast 40W input speed. Hence, the device gets back to full in only 2 hours 14 minutes.

In addition to that, the power-bankhas an amazing 12000mAh Lithium-Cobalt oxide battery which is somewhat similar to the one used on the premium Huawei P20 Pro. Even thoughthe device has a very large battery, the power-bank weighs only 227g. The weight won’t pose a problem if you are on the go. The power-bank supports both Type-A and Type-C outputs. So, it can charge laptops that have the USB-C charging ports.


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