So we have slow evolution of USB-C into our gadget ecosystem, so I myself have had a USB-C Phone (OnePlus2) and a USB-C tablet (Pixel C) which at full bore input is 2A for the phone plus 3A for the tablet so 5A.
I then carry a battery, a good sweetspot is the Powercore 1000. It has at full bore 2A so if I were to be charging all of these I'd be consuming 3 ports (1 USB-C, 2 USB2) 7A input.
I then have a few low-power devices like BT headsets which I doubt uses more than 1A input (likely less), so then I'm at 4 or 5 ports and say 8A needs most.
That suits the Powerport5 USB-C as 40W, so overall is well balance system, but not if I crank up the time off-grid. Say carrying 10000mah isn't enough and I carry a 20000mah say, then the recharging of the USB battery would if using 2A input would double, beyond a reasonable time (airport lounge or overnight) so then I'm wanting a faster input battery.
So what I'm looking for Anker to do is up the level and make these products to make a more capacity system.
So if day a 10000mah 2A input battery was 6 hours, then say a 15000mah 3A input would be also 6 hours, so then I'd need a different Powerport and Powercore. The Powerport would need to be 3+2+3+1=9A so I'd need a 45W (not 40W) upgrade to the Powerport5, and it to have 2 USB-C ports (not 1).
Then the Powerport 2 and Powerport 4 need something doing also, say a Powerport 2 dual USB-C 3A, or a Powerport2 with 1 3A and 1 2A, and Powerport to be 1 or 2 USB-C.
If this forum is going to have a useful purpose then a reply from Anker of other than "thankyou I have passed it on" or "we're working on it" would be useful. So a debate of how many ports of each type, trade off of power vs size.