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ZENDURE X6 20,100mAh 45W PD USB-C Power Bank

ZENDURE X6 20,100mAh 45W PD USB-C Power Bank

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Does anyone know the batteries they use?
This is a fantastic (albeit, heavy and bulky) battery pack. And this price is a bit lower than what I paid for it over their indiegogo campaign at the beginning of the year.
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I can take one for you as soon as I get back home this afternoon. I can tell you it's quite bright (not in a good way), and it stays on while in use (or charging). If you plan on plugging it in during the night you'll need to hide it behind something so the light doesn't bother you, and the little carrying bag it comes with (every Zendure product I've owned [which includes this one, a 65w usb-c charger, and 2 other battery packs] comes with a similar one) isn't dense enough to stop it. I'll get you a pic later today.
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Sadly, due to refresh rate, I couldn't get a decent picture. This was the best I could do. It's at 100 (%). The other things / modes the display shows are an "X" pattern and a "][" pattern. One is achieved by double pressing the button. The other by keeping it pressed. One represents trickle charge, the other represents "usb-hub mode". I haven't ran a speed test on connected devices through the Hub mode, but I have tried it and it does work as expected, but only with the lower 2 USB ports. This thing fully charged my laptop (Dell XPS 13 9350) about 1.5 times. This machine requires 45w PD. A MacBook, for instance, I believe needs only about 30w. Also, the provided cable is quite nice (as always is with Zendure; these guys very clearly do not cut corners in favor of saving money, they went with a nice polycarbonate/plastic/ABS body on this one (instead of their regular Aluminium), I'm pretty sure for weight reasons.
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