Mobile battery and quick charger 'Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000' capable of up to 20W output and mobile battery 'Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD' with a thickness of 1.5cm Review



With a USB Type-A port and a USB Type-C port that allows quick charging, the wall-mounted charger ' Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000 ' that can also be used as a 10000mAh mobile battery, and a 1.5cm thin mobile battery ' 'Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD ' appeared on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. It is said that the output power is higher than the previous model, so I actually tried using these two.

Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000 | Mobile Battery / Charger Product Information | Anker Japan Official Website

https://www.ankerjapan.com/category/WALLCHARGER/A1623.html

Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD 20W | Mobile Battery / Charger Product Information | Anker Japan Official Website
https://www.ankerjapan.com/category/COMPACT/A1244.html

The boxes of 'Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000' and 'Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD' look like this.



First, try using 'Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000'. Inside the box was a user manual, support contacts, a console, a travel pouch, and a USB Type-C cable.



The main body looks like this. It is a square type with an actual measurement of approximately 8 cm in length and width.



The actual thickness is about 4 cm. The battery capacity is 9700mAh, the USB Type-C port output is 5V-3A and 9V-2.22A, and the USB Type-A port output is 5V-2.4A. The maximum output when using two ports at the same time is 5V-3A.



The actual weight is 276g. It feels heavy when you take it in your hand.



The output port is

a USB Type-C port compatible with 'USB Power Delivery (USB PD) ' capable of quick charging and Anker's original power supply technology ' Power IQ 3.0 (Gen2) ' and a USB Type-A compatible with Power IQ. There are two ports. The USB Type-C port is for output only and cannot be used for input.



On the other side of the output port is a plug that can be folded into the body.



It looks like this when plugged into an outlet. If it is a general size plug, it will not interfere.



There is a power button with an LED indicator on the side of the main unit, and when you press the power button once, some of the eight indicators will glow pale depending on the amount of power charged in the main unit.



Pressing the power button twice or holding it down for 2 seconds puts it in low current mode for low input current products such as earphones and smartwatches, and one of the LED indicators turns green. Press the power button once while it glows green to return to normal current mode.



When I plug it into an outlet and charge a Google Pixel 5 that supports USB PD, the message 'Fast charging' is displayed properly.



When I connect the voltage / current checker '

Satechi Type-C Power Meter ' between Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000 and Google Pixel 5 and measure the USB Type-C port, the voltage is 4.95V and the current is 2.08A. It was displayed.



It also functions as a mobile battery, so when I unplugged it from the outlet and charged the Google Pixel 5, it was charged without problems and the message 'Rapid charging' was displayed.



When used as a mobile battery, the voltage was 5.13V and the current was 1.53A.



If you put the main body in the attached travel pouch, it will look like this. You can prevent it from being scratched by hitting other objects when you carry it.



Next, we will look at 'Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD'. Inside the box was a user manual, support contact information, the main unit, a USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable, a USB Type-C cable, and a travel pouch.



The size of the main body is actually measured 15 cm in length x 7 cm in width.



The width is about 1.2 cm in actual measurement.



The actual weight is 211g.



I compared it with the previous model

Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD (right), but there is no difference in appearance, and the new model is only 3g heavier. While the previous model can output up to 18W, the new model has evolved to a maximum output of 20W.



The capacity is 10000mAh, the USB Type-C port output is 5V-3A and 9V-2.22A, and the USB Type-A port output is 5V-2.4A. The maximum output when using two ports at the same time is 5V-3.6A.



There is one USB Type-A port compatible with Power IQ and one USB Type-C port compatible with USB PD on the side of the main unit.



Like the Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000, the top of the main unit is equipped with a power button that can be switched to low current mode.



When I try to charge the Google Pixel 5, it properly displays 'Fast charging'.



When I checked it with the Satechi Type-C Power Meter, the voltage was 4.98V and the current was 1.68A.



When I put it in the attached travel pouch, it looks like this. Since it is thin, it can be easily stored in a bag, etc., making it easy to carry.



The price of 'Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000' is 4790 yen including tax. The first sale is being held at Amazon.co.jp, and it is said that it will be sold for 3832 yen including tax with 20% OFF for 2000 pieces only.
Amazon | Anker PowerCore Fusion 10000 (9700mAh 20W PD Mobile Battery Equipped USB Charger) [Integrated Outlet / Folding Plug / USB Power Delivery Compatible / PSE Certified] iPhone 12 iPad Air (4th Generation) Android Other Various Devices Compatible | Mobile battery mail order
https://www.amazon.co.jp/exec/obidos/ASIN/B08HCVG4FB

The price of 'Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD' is 3990 yen including tax. Amazon.co.jp also has an initial sale, limited to 1000 pieces and sold at 20% off for 3192 yen.
Amazon | Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD 20W (10000mAh PD mobile battery super large capacity) [USB Power Delivery compatible / Power IQ installed / PSE certified] iPhone 12 iPad Air (4th generation) Android and other various devices compatible | Mobile battery mail order
https://www.amazon.co.jp/exec/obidos/ASIN/B08K31B6M2

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