- not very expensive
- high capacity
My research results to the following known brands - Bavin, Romoss, Pineng, PNY , Yoobao. These are all high quality brands but what Pineng PN-968 sets apart from the others are the features.
|The only contents are the powerbank itself , microUSB cord, and manual|
- It maintains a constant voltage in output
- has over voltage protection
- has short circuit protection
- optimized hardware and software for efficient battery operations
Aside from that, it also has a built in LCD display that has host of indicators that will tell you whats going on with the power bank. You dont have to rely on led lights showing the percentage of remaining battery and what not. The actual remaining capacity is displayed in NUMBERS and is updated real time.
The LCD can also show you which of the outputs are currently working and on what voltage and amperes.
|This side is where you can see the input and output slot, the LED flashlight and the LCD indicator|
It also charge faster compared to Romoss powerbanks.
So in summary , I ordered Pineng PN-968 because :
- Stylish (you can choose between white+gray or white+orange)
- Feature packed
- Fast charging
- and inexpensive
According to Lazada, its a P2,200.00 worth of device that just cost now P848.00. I bought two because my friend also wants to buy one. Since we bought it from Lazada and we reached the P1500 total invoice price, I can use the code LZDAPP250 to have a P250 discount. We got it via Cash on Delivery. Ordered it yesterday afternoon and I got it today before lunch.
I'm happy. Will update this post as i use the device.