Coming Soon: PowerCore III 10000 Wireless

Anker is developing its first wireless portable charger with Power Delivery… Take a look at PowerCore III 10000 Wireless!

Anker Wireless Power Bank, PowerCore Portable Charger

Specs

  • USB-C Input: 18W
  • USB-C Output: 18W
  • USB-A Output: 18W
  • Wireless Output: 10W Max
  • Total Output: 20W Max
  • Dimensions: 5.89" * 2.7" * 0.77"
  • Weight: 8.5 ounces

Are you interested in Anker's PowerCore III 10000 Wireless? Be sure to let us know with a reply!
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Looks good. Wonder what the difference will be between wireless and wired charging

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No PD over wireless charging. Guessing its going to have wireless and a PD in/out type c port and one type A

Edit Just looked at the pic🤦‍♂️

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Do you mean in terms of efficiency?

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Do you know if the PD is just input, or input and output?

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The obvious ones.

Wired, 20Ah 18W in+out.

The unknown is it 7.5W or higher wireless? Two ways this could be constructed.

Metal sides and underneath with ceramic top, 10W-11W wireless, launch price $54-$58, discounted price $33-$35

All plastic, 7.5W wireless, launch price $50, discounted price $30-$31.

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I am very much interested in this, 7.5W fast charging via the Wireless would be the best thing! Look forward to hearing updates on it

thanks @Insider for the information!

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Just what I’ve been waiting for @Insider
@professor predicted something better will come quickly after the first wireless PowerCore was released. For once I glad I kept my money in my wallet!

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99% sure it’s PD input and output.

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Ooooo I’m kind of interested a lot depends on if it’s pd input and output because if it’s just pd in then I don’t really think I’ll go for it. Also depends on the price but definitely happy to see the pd port being added

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Hope it’s 10w wireless this time around

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Being a PD, what is the price expected for it, $55 ~$60?

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Depends on the wireless Wattage. To handle the thermals of 10W it has to be metal sides+bottom to conduct the heat away, that adds about $2-$3 cost, for that to be 40% off, means the launch price has to be $4-$5 more. If it’s 7.5W, given it’s dimensions, can be done with plastic so launch price $4-$5 less.

99% confident 18W PD in+out.

You say $55-$60, we’re agreeing within $1-$2 difference, I got $54-$58.

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Hope the price stays in that range :smiley: This is something I may invest on getting one for home

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Yep efficiency wise

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Yes @ikari04warrior same here.
10w would be fine, 15w would be better as it’s the fastest my mobile will charge at wirelessly.

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The fastest my S10+ can wireless charge is 12w. I’m ready to upgrade soon, but I’m hesitant because newer Samsungs don’t have the headphone jack anymore :sob:

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Ah heck yeah! This is the ultimate combination of form and function. Can’t wait to get it!

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Thats correct @ikari04warrior
For those that have a good pair of headphones with the 3.5mm i can see why thats a concern. But i think that’s the way most mobile manufacturers have gone or are going.
My S20 came with a decent pair of headphones that connect via the USBC port.
To be fair i use the wireless now and keep the wired set as a backup.

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I have not used wired charging, not once with my iphone 11 pro… The condition now suits, with phone sitting on the wireless charging stand… This wireless charger should solve issues in the long term

One modification i would to see on this wireless charger is to have some kind of grip to hold the phone tight in place… Some kind of notch or a elastic strip… Or something similar

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