|ADATA PV110 10,400mAh Power Bank Unboxing and Review: Power of Two|
A few weeks ago, ADATA sent us their latest product, the PV110. It is an external battery pack or commonly known as power bank with 10,400mAh capacity and has dual output.
The box is plain and simple, its content is modest too - it has the unit, user manual and USB cable.
The front has the ADATA PV110 marking while the back has all sorts of certifications.
The left and right sides have rounded edges and without anything on them. The top has the specifications written in both English and Chinese. The bottom is the most interesting portion of this power bank, here you can find the power button, the 4 LED status lights, the micro USB port for the input and two USB ports for 1A and 2.1A respectively.
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The PV110 has an aluminum brushed finished, it looks very premium and stylish, the build quality is superb too.
To start using the PV110, you need to press and hold the power button for about two seconds. You can use both the 1A and 2.1A output ports at the same time. The LED lights indicate the remaining power, one light is equivalent to 25% or less of its capacity.
It has a rated conversion factor of 93.5% and 86.1% for 1A and 2.1A output respectively. In real life usage, it can charge the O+ Air with 2000mAh battery for about four times using the 1A output port while the 2.1A can fully charge the iPad Mini twice.
To charge the PV110, you can use the supplied USB cable or other high-performance USB cable to connect it to your computer. You can also use a dedicated micro USB charger with output of up to 1.5A. While charging, the LED lights will blink continuously, when it has four steady lights, that means it is already fully charge. By the way, it has 6-way circuit protection that avoids the damage to your PV110 and the device that is connected to it.
The ADATA PV110 is definitely a premium external battery pack, the brushed aluminum exterior is really cool and stunning. The two output ports are also great and very useful, especially during times of emergencies.
It is now available locally in several tech stores found in the mall and has a retail price tag of Php1,990