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By Pankaj Mirchandani - When it comes to buying a power bank for your laptop, there are a few important things to consider. First and foremost, you'll want to make sure that the power bank you choose is compatible with your laptop. This means checking the wattage and voltage of your laptop, and finding a power bank that can provide the appropriate amount of power to charge it.
One of the key things to look for in a power bank for laptop is its power output. A 100W power bank will be able to charge your laptop more quickly than a 60W power bank, but it will also be larger and heavier. If you're looking for a more portable option, a 60W power bank may be a better choice. However, if you're looking for something that can charge your laptop more quickly and have less concern about portability, a 100W power bank might be the better option.
Another thing to consider when buying a power bank for your laptop is the type of charging technology it uses. A PD power bank, which stands for Power Delivery, is a newer technology that allows for faster charging of USB-C devices. If your laptop has a USB-C port, it's likely that it can take advantage of PD charging, so you'll want to look for a power bank that supports this technology. Some brands have power banks which support older DC port based Laptops like UltraProlink Juice-UP 120 UM1106. In such cases always confirm if the DC connector is provided as well.
The capacity of the power bank is also an important consideration. The capacity of a power bank is measured in mAh (milliampere-hours) and it tells you how many hours the power bank will last before needing to be recharged. The higher the capacity, the longer the power bank will last before needing to be recharged. This will be helpful if you are planning to take your power bank on a long trip or if you don't have access to a power outlet for an extended period of time.
Another important feature to consider is the number of USB ports available on the power bank. If you have multiple devices that need to be charged, such as your phone and tablet, you'll want a power bank with multiple USB ports so you can charge them all at the same time.
Lastly, it is also important to consider safety of the power bank & your device. Look for power banks from reputable brands who have safety certifications like BIS as per Indian Standards.
In conclusion, when buying a power bank for laptop, consider the power output, charging technology, capacity, number of USB ports and brand. A 100W power bank with PD technology and high capacity will be able to charge your laptop quickly, but it may be less portable. A 60W power bank with PD technology and high capacity may be a more portable option. Ultimately, the choice depends on your specific needs and preferences.
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