Thanks for posting your review.
I find it utterly baffling why someone would buy such a thing. If your laptop is so power hungry it cannot last you til your next access to a wall socket, you would be likely using a tablet or one of the more power efficient smaller laptops instead. Those devices would be USB-C 10W-45W recharge.
My work laptop, Windows 10, which is not USB-C rechargable, lasts about 8 hours on battery. I do not need the WIndows 10 experience as much as 8 hours, if you did it would not be for work but play, like playing movies, and as such any of the tablets I own would be fine and they are happily recharged off a $20-$30 Anker Powercore 6700 - 26800mAh 10W-15W type.
I just did a day trip for work yesterday, moving a lot for 12 hours, and I did not pack my laptop charger as I only needed my laptop 2-3 hours, I used my phone most of the 12 hours and packed a Powercore Fusion to opportunistically use any wall sockets I was near as I moved which happened to be on my 2 flights, in the 2 lounges and in the 1 meeting room, so the device I used the most (phone) was kept charged and if there proved to be no wall socket I would have been fine with 5000mAh anyway.
I fail to see why anyone would want to buy a $150 Anker product when you can solve the need with a $20-$30 Anker product.
My current devices:
- OnePlus6, proprietary charger but can last 3 days of a $20 Powercore 10000
- Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus, 10W, lasts days off Powercore 26800
- Google Pixel C, 15W input
- Toshiba Chromebook, proprietary charger but it doesn't leave home
- Lenovo laptop, proprietary charger, but I never need it to last so long between wall sockets I need to carry this Powercore AC product, I'd be using the phone or tablet above and associated $20-$30 Powercore.
What we need is:
- USB-C rechargeable laptops
- USB-C PD chargers
- USB-C Powerbanks.
I am currently solving the problem of long time between wall sockets with tablets which suit a 10000mAh-26800mAh 10W-15W output.