Best Portable Wireless Charger Battery Power Bank You Can Buy Today

Today let’s take a break from the PC hardware side and take a look at some of the best portable wireless power banks available in the market. All of the portable power banks mentioned here have wireless charging capabilities that can wirelessly charge your iPhone or Android devices. These power banks can also recharge smartphones / tablets via wired connection, and some do offer fast charging capabilities. I will explain below why I am (specifically) looking for portable power banks with wireless charging capabilities. However, if your device doesn’t support wireless charging or doesn’t have Qi wireless features, you might want to check out Anker’s portable chargers, or RAVPower’s power banks instead. But if you (like me) are also in the market looking for portable wireless power banks, continue reading below and check out my list.

Best Portable Wireless Power Banks – Q4 2018 List

Why am I looking for portable wireless chargers? The answer is simple. My device has wireless capability and I wanted to be free from the shackles of wires. Note though that wireless charging on portable power banks are not as fast compared to “wireless” wall chargers. These wireless wall chargers needed to be plug so it’s not really portable and I can’t bring them anywhere to charge my device on the fly. Although, they can do fast charging wirelessly since they support QC 2.0/3.0 and PD 2.0/3.0. If you’re looking for fast wireless wall chargers, check them here.

Portable power banks are very useful and I think it is a must have especially if you are a power user, or when you’re traveling, and you know that your device won’t last a day with your usual activity. In this list, I found 5 portable power banks with wireless capabilities. I have arranged them starting from the cheapest to the more expensive one; and all are within the $50 budget.

AideaZ Power Bank 10000mAh Ultra Compact 18W Portable Wireless Charger

First on the list is the AideaZ Power Bank Ultra Compact portable wireless charger, with a capacity of 10,000mAh and 18W power delivery. It features both wireless and wired charging and it’s compatible with the latest iPhone and Android devices. It also features “Sense” technology and can provide fast charging via wired connections, provided that the device supports QC and PD standards as well.

The Aideaz 10,000mAh portable wireless power bank can be fully charge in 3.5 hours using a QC 3.0 wall charger. There is an LED indicator that shows the capacity of the battery. This also features overcurrent protection, overvoltage protection, over discharge protection, short-circuit protection, overpower protection and many more. It’s really a good portable wireless power bank. But if 10,000mAh is not enough for you, there’s also a 20,000mAh version, which I’ll mention later below.

The Aideaz Ultra Compact portable wireless power bank is available in here.

Hokonui 10000mAh 10W Fast Qi Wireless Power Bank

Next is the Hokunui Fast Qi Wireless power bank with a capacity of 10,000mAh. This portable wireless charger features 10W fast charging to compatible devices like Samsung Galaxy smartphones and other Qi-enabled quick charge device; and also support up to 7.5W fast charging to supporting iPhone smartphones; and finally 5W for other Qi-certified standard devices.

It has a “smartphone-like” body design with a nice LED display. It does feature both QC 3.0 and PD 3.0 high speed charging via the bidirectional USB Type-C port on the side. This means the power bank itself take around 4 hours to fully charge, and it can quick charge other device via the same port.

More details on the Hokonui 10000mAh Fast Qi Wireless Power Bank on here.

RAVPower 10000mAh External Wireless Portable Charger

If you don’t like shiny glass surface, RAVPower has the 10,000mAh external wireless portable charger; same capacity but is slightly more expensive than the Hokonui 10,000mAh. However, unlike the Hokomui, this RAVPower portable wireless charger has a wireless output of only 5W and needs around 5.5 hours to fully charge the charger itself.

The RAVPower may sound like it’s a bit disadvantageous compared to its capabilities compared to Hokonui; however RAVPower is a more established brand and company. So between the two, I would lean towards the RAVPower instead, plus I prefer the more rugged look compared to the shiny one.

The RAVPower 10,000mAh portable wireless charger is available on here.

KEDRON Portable Charger Power Bank 24000mAh Wireless Charger

Another portable wireless charger with a LED screen display and a huge capacity is the KEDRON portable charger power bank. This devices has more features / capabilities than the previous portable wireless chargers; although it’s priced a tad higher as well. For starters, it has a high capacity of 24,000mAh and can charge up to 4 devices simultaneously; 1 via wireless and 3 via wired connection. It has standard USB Type-A ports, a micro USB and a Lightning port as well.

The body is also small, measuring 6.5” x 3.3” x 0.8” inches, and it has a carbon-fiber like surface design/texture. With a huge 24,000 mAh you can definitely charge your smartphone several times, or several of your devices at the same time. This makes it ideal for travel, especially during long distance trips.

You can check out latest pricing and availability of the KEDRON 24,000mAh portable wireless charger on here.

AideaZ Power Bank Ultra Compact 20000mAh Portable Wireless Charger

Last but not the least on this list is the AideaZ Power Bank Ultra Compact with also a huge 20,000mAh capacity. It has an LCD display that indicates the (remaining) charge, and it also features a slim but long body design. I think, among the portable wireless chargers in this list, this is the better one although a bit pricier compared to the others.

It has features that are unique to this charger alone; like PowerSense that “adapts to your device’s unique charging protocol to deliver a tailored, blazing-fast charge”. It also has an 18W of output power, while wireless charging is 5W, but you don’t need to take the phone’s case off. It is also compatible with the latest iPhone XS (Max) / XR, Samsung Galaxy S9(+), Note 9 and their predecessors, and other devices that supports wireless charging and QC/PD standards.

The AideaZ Power Bank Ultra Compact 20,000mAh wireless charger is available on here.

There you have it guys! Let me know which portable wireless charger do you plan to buy or which one did you bought recently. Personally, I think I’ll be getting the Aideaz 20,000mAh and see how it goes. Don’t forget to share this article with your friends.

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