Regular readers will know that I have a thing for portable power banks. I don’t know if it’s because I have a deep-seated fear of running out of battery power and being cut off from civilization, or whether my inner adventurer is excited by the idea of being freed from the grip of power outlets. So when I got the chance to take a look at ChargeTech’s behemoth 124,800 mAh portable power station, I jumped at it. And it’s pretty awesome. Must read: iPhone battery draining fast after installing iOS 12.2? Here how to diagnose the problem and get more battery life At the core of the ChargeTech 124,800 mAh portable power station is, well, 124,800 mAh (462Wh) of power. When you consider that a high-capacity portable power bank is in the region of 20,000 mAh and is capable of recharging a smartphone six or seven times, you begin to see just what a monster this portable power station is. The ChargeTech power station also has a massive complement of output ports. One QC 3.0 port Two 2.4A USB ports One 60W USB-C PD port One 12V cigarette lighter/car auxiliary port Three 9-12V/5A max DC output ports Two 120V AC wall outlets, each with capable of a maximum output of 300W. That’s an incredible number of outlets. And I’ve spent time testing all the outputs and they live up to the promises made on the tech specs sheet. The 60W USB-C PD port is particularly useful for those who have… [Read full story]
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