The dual-purpose Fusion 5000 plugs into the wall to serve as a standard charger and, while doing so, can store up to 18.5 watt-hours for later use. Its plug folds into the body for easy transport, and it provides up to 15 watts per USB port.
- Available in three colors
- Doesn't support quick charge
- Lower capacity than most others
The highest-capacity model they offer, the PowerHouse II can store an impressive amount of energy and route it to a maximum of eight devices at once using a combination of a 300-watt AC outlet, two DC barrel plug receptacles, and Type-A and C sockets.
- Supports high-speed protocols
- Led screen is easy to read
- Extremely expensive
PowerCore III A1617
Setting the PowerCore III A1617 apart from most others is its integrated Qi charging pad that delivers 10 watts and is certified for use with most major smartphones. Its physical connectors include a Type-C port with PowerIQ 3.0 technology.
- Soft travel pouch
- Capable of wireless passthrough
- Not compatible with smartwatches
Considerably different from the rest, the PowerSolar Flex doesn’t actually store any energy, but instead can provide 24 watts using an advanced, flexible solar panel that can be set up on the two integrated legs to meet the angle of the sunlight.
- 3 usb ports at up to 12 watts each
- Folds up for easy storage
- Weighs quite a bit
The Play 6K is a highly specialized model that affixes to a smartphone and serves as a grip to make mobile gaming much more comfortable. It has a powerful cooling fan and can expand from 5.7 to 6.45 inches to accommodate modern devices including the Samsung Galaxy S20.
- Capacity of 6700 milliamp-hours
- Recharges fully in just 3 hours
- Not ideal for the iphone xs
In addition to a maximum wattage that’s higher than most others, the A1362 Hybrid can connect to a computer via Type-C and serve as a two-port USB hub for a huge variety of devices. Its PowerIQ 2.0 technology helps to fill up many smartphone batteries quickly.
- Delivers up to 27 watts
- Can charge a macbook pro fully
- Includes a wall wart
The PowerCore A1109 stores about as much electricity as the average smartphone and is one of the most compact models on the market. It’s a cylinder measuring roughly 1-1/2 by 4 inches with a Micro USB input and a single Type-A output.
- Maximum current of 2 amps
- Comes in four colors
- Highly affordable
The especially versatile PowerHouse 100 has an AC outlet and Type-C Power Delivery port that can be used simultaneously for a maximum output of 145 watts. At 97.2 watt-hours, it’s just under the limit allowed on commercial airlines.
- Weighs about a pound
- Physical on-off switch for ac mode
- Accommodates three-prong plugs
There are very good reasons for the relatively high cost of the Elite A1291 , like a peak output of 87 watts that can refill a MacBook Pro in under 2 hours, as well as the included Type-C PD wall wart that can refuel the battery itself with minimal waiting.
- Two-sided usb-c cable
- Can accommodate 3 devices at once
- Allowed on commercial flights
You can use the Sense 10K by connecting to its standard USB port equipped with the company’s proprietary adaptive protocol, a Type-C output for Power Delivery-capable devices like recent iPhones, and a trickle-charging mode for low-voltage electronics such as headphones.
- Woven fabric exterior
- Available in three colors
- Comes in at a moderate price