Top 5 Powerbanks to go for in 2016

Top 5 Powerbanks to go for in 2016

Powerbanks have been a real buzz in recent times and you might be in agreement with the justness of that buzz because of the usefulness of this gadget by saving you from getting out of battery power of your smartphone when you need it the most. But hold on, did you manage to get any powerbank yet for either of your smartphone or tablet? If not and if you are planning to go for a powerbank soon, then this article is going to be so useful for your as here, we are going to rinse up the finest available powerbanks and let your work of searching almost done. So, let’s get started.


1)Xioami Mi 16000 mAh

Xioami Mi 16000 mAh


Xiaomi is going to come up top in the list very naturally when it comes to the powerbank with their mind-blowing powerbank range having capacities of 5200 mAh, 10400 mAh and 16000 mAh. But here we are getting the 16000 mAh as the champion not only because of its superior capacity and unbeatable price of 1399 INR, but for its being nicely packed with two 2.1 A USB output ports, giving you the chance to charge two devices simultaneously at high power. This 350 gms powerbank even turns out to be lighter than other 10400 mAh powerbanks available in the market. Though this model along the others from Mi are currently out of stock, but you can buy one of the imported ones (genuine indeed), if you remain a little scrupulous in Ebay but at a slightly high price (around 1.6k INR).


2)Oneplus 10000 mAh

Oneplus 10000 mAh

Oneplus unlike Mi has not come up with so many varieties in terms of the capacity, but its 10000 mAh powerbank can beat Mi in terms of design and the battery cells as it is packed with Li-poly rather than Li-ion, which are found to be safer comparatively. But both of these powerbanks have one thing in common, both are officially out of stock due to allegedly huge demand of them. Recently Flipkart has come up with the Onneplus powerbank but at much higher price of 1799 INR (the listed price is 19$~1250 INR).

3)Ambrane P-1311 15600 mAh Powerbank

Ambrane P-1311 15600 mAh Powerbank

Ambrane is the brand with too many options among the powerbanks. We have selected the P-1311 15600 mAh powerbank here as the winner among its siblings as it is the latest launch, and is packed with a stylish hooking down LED lamp along with two USB ports having rating of 1A and 2.1A respectively and that also with 15600 mAh Li-ion cells. The downside of this powerbank is the input current rating which being 1A, made the ‘time to charge’ for this powerbank about 14hours. It’s too long. Yes, we know that but its 15600 mAh. You can get it right now from snapdeal at 1399 INR.

4) Honor 13000 mAh Powerbank

Honor 13000 mAh Powerbank

This powerbank from honor has much similarity with that of the Mi powerbank but is much bulkier and difficult to carry than Xiaomi powerbanks but still managed to make a nice reputation since its launch with its Dual 2.0 A USB options bundled with standard safety features like over-heating, short-circuit protection and over-charging protections. Flipkart is selling this model exclusively at a price of 1399 INR.


5) Lenovo Pb410 5000 mAh Powerbank

Lenovo Pb410 5000 mAh Powerbank

As the powerbanks we have chosen so far has all being taken from the higher capacity range, thus we decided to choose this one from Lenovo, being best in its range for the people how are not aiming to have much high capacity powerbanks. With the stamp of Lenovo, this one comes with dual USB options each having capability to deliver 1A/5V power, being backed with 5000 Li-Poly cells, weighing 140 gms with a handy casing. Amazon is presently selling it at the lowest price of 1083 INR where the listed price has been 2499 INR.


Precisely this was the list of best powerbanks, further would be delighted to know if you have any suggestion to add up here. Don’t forget to comment down how you liked the list. But before zeroing on any of the powerbanks, if you feel to dig in some more about what to look into while searching for a portable power bank, then this powerbank buying guide may be suitable for you additionally.


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