Why you’re going to need a Laptop Power Bank:
Whether you love it or hate it, your life requires electricity. Your phone, laptop and all other electrical peripherals you carry on you will sooner or later run out of energy and you may not always have the convenience of an electrical outlet close to you. Some of our devices rely heavily on energy and a conventional power bank just won’t be able to deliver on the needed capacity. That’s where a laptop power bank comes into play.
The Laptop Power Bank does the same function as any other power bank. It’s there to give you an ‘on-the-go’ charge to bring life back to your mobile devices. The only difference is, the Laptop Power Bank is loaded with more energy storage capacity, which comes in handy when you’re trying to charge larger devices like laptops and tablets.
How do I buy the right Laptop Power Bank?
When you’re out there browsing through markets, it’s not a good idea to go with the “bigger is better” approach. You need to take into consideration how often are you going to need that charge and just how mobile is the Laptop Power Bank going to be? Are you going to keep it at home at one place? Or are you going to be taking it with you on trips? When you’re going to be charging a device the size of a laptop, then you should be very careful just how ‘small’ you’re really able to go. Chances are that you’re going to be needing a big Laptop Power Bank.
What size should you be getting?
Battery capacity is measured in terms of milliamps, or mAh. Many laptops have around 5,000 mAh batteries, which means a 2,000 mAh is only enough for less than half a charge. Therefore, a computer with a 5,000 mAh battery capacity requires a power bank of at least 5,000 mAh to guarantee at least one full charge.
When you select a Laptop Power Bank that’s too small, you’ll only get half the charge. If you take a Laptop Power Bank that’s too big, you risk having your laptop battery explode. A good rule of thumb would be to only select a battery that’s not 1.5 times larger than that of your laptop battery.
How to Plug into a Power Bank With a Laptop
The most basic and fundamental principle of using a Laptop Power Bank is to understand that it’s a power bank. Thus you’ll first have to charge it through an electrical outlet to store energy. There are of course solar options available, however, when you choose to charge a laptop power bank through the use of solar energy, you need to make sure that the energy you provide the laptop power bank is correct. Some laptop power banks come with solar energy kits, however these can cost considerably more since the solar panels usually come with the laptop power bank.
However you choose to do it, the fact remains that you’re first going to have to charge it full of energy. After that’s done, you’re ready for any situation where you need that extra charge. Many of the latest Laptop Power Banks are made to hold their energy over a long period of time. Making sure that you don’t need to constantly keep it in the back of your mind to keep them charged. In other words, your laptop power bank will be sitting idly for weeks – ready to lend a hand when your laptop needs a charge. This can be done by simply connecting the laptop power bank into the laptop.
Where do I get a Laptop Power Bank?
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