Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo: Power Bank and Phone Holder

Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo

Anker is a company known for releasing a wide variety of charger-related accessories. Starting from chargers, and power banks, to data cables that have been certified by MFI (Made for iPhone). And this time, Anker released the Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo series which is designed to be more flexible.

Previously, Anker had released a PowerCore power bank with a MagSafe mechanism, so that it could be attached to the back body of the iPhone 12 and 13 series magnetically. However, this latest series is made more flexible, has slightly thinner dimensions, and can charge faster than before.

Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo Has a Strong Magnet

Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo

Unlike the previous series, Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo has more compact dimensions. This is thanks to the use of MiniCell which can present the same capacity in a smaller physical capacity. On the outside, there is a special section that functions as a buffer or phone holder. The holder can be opened and folded according to taste, making the smartphone can stand in portrait or landscape positions. So you can stream and charge without the need to use a cable connection. The magnetic part has a 9N adhesive power which is claimed to be able to withstand loads of up to 900 grams.

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This power bank has a 5,000 mAh battery capacity. Can charge iPhone 12 or 13 series to more than one full charge, depending on the battery capacity of each iPhone variant. The process can also run automatically, you just have to paste the two devices without having to press a button.

Charge Faster

Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo

The battery capacity is larger than Apple’s MagSafe Powerbank accessory. When compared to the previous generation PowerCore Magnetic series, there is an increase in speed, both wirelessly and via cable. Through the MagSafe wireless charging system, the current that can be delivered now reaches 7.5W. Meanwhile, for output via the USB-C port, it supports up to 12W, up from 10W. With a USB-C to USB-C cable, of course, you can use this mini power bank for more types of smartphones.

There are a number of special protection features to ensure a safe and stable charging process. For the price, the Armor PowerCore Magnetic 5K MacGo retails for $55.43. Comes in four color options and is already available at official retail outlets of Anker accessories with an 18-month product warranty.

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