According to ZDNET, Anker has launched a new MagGo Power Bank (6.6K) as part of a series of new Qi2-compatible charging accessories unveiled at CES. The new MagGo Power Bank can fully charge most phones once and is available for purchase today for $69.99. For those who need to charge their phones multiple times, Anker also released a MagGo Power Bank (10K) with a higher capacity.
Additionally, the new MagGo Power Bank features a convenient snap-on design that is compatible with both Android and Apple phones, allowing users to charge their devices without dealing with loose wires. With its 6.6K mAh battery capacity, the power bank can charge most phones once, making it a convenient and portable option for users on the go.
The MagGo Power Bank stands out from other power banks on the market due to its foldable design, which doubles as a sturdy stand for customizable viewing angles. This feature is particularly useful for everyday tasks such as viewing messages, making FaceTime calls, and streaming videos. Apple users also benefit from Standby Mode, providing an ambient smart display feature when their phones are placed on the power bank.
In terms of charging performance, the MagGo Power Bank successfully charged a phone from 45% to 100% in an hour and a half, with some juice left in the power bank after a full charge. Priced at $69.99, the MagGo Power Bank offers a more affordable option compared to the Apple MagSafe Pack, with additional features such as the foldable stand.
ZDNET recommends the Anker MagGo Power Bank for users who want a wire-free power bank that can securely attach to their phones. However, for heavy phone users who require multiple charges a day, a power bank with a higher battery capacity might be a better investment.