ADATA Technology has launched the ADATA P20000QCD and P10000QCD power banks. Sporting high-capacity batteries for multiple fast charging technologies, the power banks are ideal for heavy mobile device users that need to charge up frequently and quickly.
ADATA P20000QCD Power Bank
With the P20000QCD, users can cut down on the wait while they charge on the move. Featuring a large 20,000mAh battery, compact form factor, and support for Qualcomm Quick Charge (QC) 3.0 and USB Power Delivery (PD) 3.0, the P20000QCD will charge up mobile devices in no time. On a full charge, the P20000QCD can power up a mobile phone from zero to one hundred percent up to six times. What’s more, the P20000QCD features two USB-A ports and one USB-C port with an output current of up to 5V/3A, allowing users to charge up to three devices simultaneously.
ADATA P10000QCD Power Bank
The 10,000mAh P10000QCD offers the ultimate versatility in fast charging convenience with support for a wide range of fast charging technologies, making it ideal for users that use mobile devices from different brands and manufacturers. The fast charging technologies supported by the P10000QCD include – Qualcomm QC 3.0, USB PD 3.0, MTK PE1.1, Samsung AFC, Huawei SCP & FCP, and Oppo VOOC. The P10000QCD also features a USB-C port and supports bidirectional charging. This means users will only need one cable for charging the P10000QCD and all their devices, from mobile phones to game consoles. On top of the USB-C port, the P10000QCD sports two USB-A ports allowing for the simultaneous charging of three devices.
Both the P10000QCD and P20000QCD feature digital displays that indicate the precise status of the power banks, and intelligent internal circuitry that protects against over-charge, over-discharge, short-circuiting, over-voltage, and over-current for complete peace of mind.
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