Anker today launched a wireless charging power bank called the PowerCore 10K Wireless. This accessory supports 5W wireless charging for any Qi-compatible smartphone, and has two additional USB-A ports for extra charging, with a 10,000 mAh capacity.
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Anker is selling the device for $35.99 on Amazon. To recharge it, the PowerCore 10K Wireless includes a USB-C input port, and four LEDs to indicate battery level. The new accessory will be ready to ship within 6 to 10 days.
There are a few other Anker sales happening on Amazon this week, including a collection of charging accessories. Most of these require a discount code, which we've listed below. In the list, you'll find solid deals on wireless chargers (from $10.99) and wall chargers (from $30.99), which could help enhance your home office.
- PowerWave Base Pad - $10.99 with code PWAVE 2505, down from $13.99
- PowerWave Stand - $12.73, down from $18.99
- PowerWave 15 Pad - $34.99 with code AKRB2502, down from $49.99
- PowerPort 10-Port Wall Charger - $30.99 with code AKHOMEPO1, down from $39.99
- 5-Port Wall Charger - $32.99 with code AKHOMEPO2, down from $49.99
- PowerPort Atom 2 - $33.99 with code AKHOMEPO3, down from $54.99
Visit Anker's hub on Amazon for the accessory maker's full range of products, many of which are frequently discounted.
Top Rated Comments
Just set my phone down on the Qi power bank and it keeps charge throughout the day. No fussing with cables etc.
Then at the hotel at night it serves as a charging hub. Plug it into power source, then set phone on top and airport case plugged into a USB port. Come morning everything’s all charged.
Not everyone has this use case, but it does exist.
the use case of this seems very limited. Would take forever to charge and usually you get a powerbank cuz you want to keep your phone alive when u r out and about, not when u r just chilling somewhere with enough time to have it sit down in one place? And in those cases it would just be faster to charge it the normal way
Honestly, for times when I think I'm going to be seriously drawing my battery down, I find a battery case to be most convenient of all since it's just a single unit. I'm not super likely to drain the case and my internal battery in a day, and at night I just do as you do and plug the battery case in to charge and wake up to everything being at 100%. To each their own!