We’ve seen tons of power banks on the market, so what makes the Adventure Ultra different than all the rest? Well, first it comes with a built in AC 3 pronged port to plug in your laptop, tablet, portable speakers, portable lamps, fan, your refrigerator. Ok, maybe not your household appliances but, the port is there and pushing out 45W of power. Enough to power up your portable electronics.
Living in a world filled with electronics, and relying on them so heavily, seeing your battery meter go into the red, can definitely give you a bit of anxiety. Especially, if you’re an entrepreneur working on a time sensitive project, with no electrical outlets around you. So, having a portable charger with you at all time becomes essential to have in you bag. However, most the portable chargers either; only charge phones or, not powerful enough to charge your laptop. Thanks to the people at myCharge they have us on the go workers fully charged at all times with the Adventure Ultra.
- Capacity: 13400mAh
- Built-in AC power port (recharging the power bank)
- Dual USB-A ports
- USB-C port
- Pass through charging: allows for charging of the battery and connected devices at the same time
- Product Dimensions: 1.2 in x 5.8 in x 4.1 in
- Product Weight: 1.05 lbs
- Total Output: AC 110V 45W
- Output by Port
- USB-C Port: 3.0A
- USB-A Port #1: 2.4A
- USB-A Port #2: 2.4A
- Total Shared: 3.4A
- AC Port: 45W
- Comes with an AC charger cable
I remember seeing the Adventure Ultra at CES earlier this year, and the weight of the bank was surprising, especially because of the power that it produces. It looks heavy because of its rugged look but because they use a plastic casing rather than metal like most other power banks. This comes in handy for me when carrying all of my photography equipment in my bag.
Overall, the Adventure Ultra is super functional and a necessity for the traveling workaholic who has a multitude of devices running at once. With a retail tag of $129.99 this power banks price point will scare you at first, however it will end up paying for itself in the end. I would recommend the Adventure Ultra for anyone looking to have the best power bank on the market.