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Are you tired of your laptop running out of battery power when you need it the most? Look no further than Anker's portable laptop power banks - the ultimate solution to provide portable and reliable backup power for laptops and keep your devices charged and ready for action.  



More About Laptop Power Banks

With an incredible ultra-high capacity of 25,600mAh, you can stay powered up for days on end, whether you're on a long trip or working remotely. But here's the real game-changer: the blazing-fast charging speeds. The USB-C ports on these external batteries for laptops deliver a powerful charge of up to 87W, juicing up your laptop in no time.

Picture this: your MacBook Pro or Dell XPS fully charged in just over two hours! Plus, you can power up to four devices simultaneously like using a Lenovo docking station, including two high-speed USB-C devices and two additional USB-A devices, thus keeping your entire tech arsenal fueled up. And when it's time to recharge the portable laptop power bank itself, it's a breeze with a 65W wall charger, taking a mere 2.5 hours instead of the agonizingly long wait of over 17 hours with a standard charger.

So don't let power interruptions hold you back. Choose Anker's power bank chargers for laptops and unleash uninterrupted productivity wherever you go! 


Are there portable power banks for laptops?

Yes, there are portable power banks designed specifically for laptops, such as the Anker 747 Power Bank (PowerCore 26K for Laptop). With an ultra-high capacity of 25,600mAh and powerful charging speeds of up to 87W, it can keep laptops and multiple devices charged for days, making it the ideal solution for on-the-go productivity and extended usage.

How do I choose a power bank for my laptop?

When choosing a power bank for laptop charging, consider the following factors:

  1. Capacity: Look for a power bank with sufficient capacity to charge your laptop multiple times.
  2. Power Output: Ensure it provides enough power (Wattage) to charge your laptop efficiently.
  3. Compatibility: Check if the power bank is compatible with your laptop's charging port.
  4. Size and Weight: Opt for a lightweight and portable laptop battery for easy carrying.
  5. Safety Features: Look for built-in safety features like overcharge and short-circuit protection.
  6. Brand Reputation: Choose a reputable brand like Anker for reliable and durable power banks.

Is it safe to charge a laptop with a portable charger?

Yes, it is typically safe to charge a laptop with a portable charger. However, note that please always follow the manufacturer's guidelines, and use a reputable and high-quality portable charger compatible with your laptop's charging specification and power output to avoid any potential risks or damage to your laptop.

Can a laptop power bank be harmful to your battery?

This depends. Choosing a reliable and compatible power bank isn't harmful to your battery, but contributes to more convenience and enhanced efficiency. However, using low-quality laptop power banks or those incompatible with your laptops could potentially be harmful to your laptop's battery. Check out Anker’s various certified products from 10000 mah power banks to 25600mah Anker 747 to meet your needs.

How do laptop power banks differ from phone power banks?

Laptop power banks mainly differ from phone power banks in capacity and charging specifications. Laptop power banks generally have larger capacity and higher charging specifications because laptops usually have bigger batteries and higher energy requirements.

On the other hand, phone power banks are tailored for smartphones and other smaller devices, featuring lower capacity and charging capabilities. Please always choose the right power bank that aligns with your device's energy needs to ensure effective and safe charging.

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