The EasyAcc PB10000C is a little smaller and flatter than his predecessor is. Because of its slim design, it is very well suited for slim bags. There is nothing wrong with the quality of the battery and charging cable. The cables are reinforced directly on the connector, to prevent cable breaks at this point.
The mobile battery can be charged using the supplied cable. For that to happen, simply plug the micro USB connector into the battery. Then, the mobile battery is being charged with 5 V and 1.5 A. It can be charged from a computer or via a socket. For the socket however, you need a USB adapter as well, which is bundled with most smartphones, though. When the power bank is fully charged, it can charge its devices with an output voltage of 5 V and 1.5 A or 2.1 A. You can also charge using both USB outputs at the same time. Two smartphones can be charged with full speed at the same time. Because of the high capacity of the PB10000C; tablets, cameras and many other devices with 5 V batteries can be supplied with electricity as well.
The 10,000 mAh are sufficient for 5 to 6 charges with an iPhone. How many there are exactly with your smartphone, you can find out easily using the battery calculator. Should there ever be no load connected to the battery, it will turn itself off again after a few seconds, to prevent self-discharge.
The new PB10000C turned out really well. The output voltage was increased from 5 V (1 A & 2 A) to 5V (1.5 A & 2.1 A). Especially the size is a nice improvement. Because of its relatively high capacity, there is hardly any device it can’t power. Personally, I’m really impressed with the new 10000C from EasyAcc.