Xcellon 22,800mAh Power Bank for Laptops and USB Devices

Xcellon 22,800mAh Power Bank for Laptops and USB Devices

Xcellon 22,800mAh Power Bank for Laptops and USB Devices

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Product Highlights

  • Charges Laptops and Up to 2 USB Devices
  • 22,800mAh Battery Capacity
  • LCD Display Shows Capacity and Voltage
  • Five Adjustable Voltage Levels
  • 2.1A USB Port for Charging Tablets
  • 1.0A USB Port for Charging Smartphones
  • Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Polymer Battery
  • Ten Laptop Charging Tips Included
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Charge your laptop and up to two USB devices, such as your tablet and smartphone, with the 22,800mAh Power Bank from Xcellon. This rechargeable battery pack comes with ten different tips that attach to the charging tip of the DC output cable for a wide range of compatibility with laptops, and it features an adjustable voltage setting to safely charge your laptop – choose between 9, 12, 16, 19, and 20V voltage settings with the push of a button. An LCD display shows battery capacity and voltage output as well as DC output and USB status.

Two USB ports allow you to charge a tablet and smartphone at the same time without a drop in power to other outputs. Use the 2.1A USB port to quickly charge a tablet and the 1.0A USB port to charge a smartphone or other USB device. An AC international power adapter cable, a DC output cable, and a USB cable are included.

Charges a laptop and two USB devices without a drop in power
22,800mAh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery
Adjustable Voltage Levels
Five button-selectable voltage levels (9, 12, 16,19, and 20V) for use with most laptops
USB Charging Ports
One 2.1A USB port for quickly charging tablets and one 1.0A USB port for charging smartphones and other USB devices
LCD Display
LCD display shows battery capacity and voltage output as well as DC and USB port status
10 Charging Tips
Includes ten charging tips that attach to the charging end of the DC cable for compatibility with most laptops
UPC: 847628594685
In the Box
Xcellon 22,800mAh Power Bank for Laptops and USB Devices
  • Universal AC Power Adapter and Cable
  • DC Output Cable
  • USB Cable
  • 10 x Charging Tips
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Connectors A: Sony
    C: IBN, Acer, Toshiba
    D: HP, NEC, Compaq, Asus
    E: Acer, Toshiba
    G: Acer, Ben Q
    H: Samsung
    J: Dell, HP
    K: IBM, Sony
    M: Lenovo
    E2: Samsung, Acer

    Note: This power bank is compatible with any device with a compatible voltage requirement and an adapter plug with a 5.5 x 2.5 mm female connector, including some older Apple Macbook laptops (adapter plugs available separately). This power bank is not compatible with laptops that charge via USB Power Delivery.
    Battery Type Lithium-ion polymer
    Capacity 22,800 mAh
    Watt Hours 84.36 Wh
    DC Input 20 V @ 2.0 A
    DC Output 9 V @ 4.0 A
    12 V @ 4.0 A
    16 V @ 4.0 A
    19 V @ 3.5 A
    20 V @ 3.0 A
    Power Adapter Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz @ 1 A
    Output: 20 VDC @ 2 A
    USB Output 1 2.1 A
    USB Output 2 1.0 A
    Operating Temperature Charging: 32 to 113°F (0 to 45°C)
    Discharging: -4 to 131°F (-20 to 55°C)
    Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
    Operating Humidity (Relative) < 75%
    Dimensions 0.8 x 4.9 x 7.3" (2 x 12.4 x 18.5 cm)
    Weight 1.3 lb (0.58 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.819 x 6.142 x 2.52"
    22,800mAh Power Bank for Laptops and USB Devices is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Xcellon Powerful and effeshent. Has good features. Capabilities are a plus. Would recommend it.
    Date published: 2016-07-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Xcellon Powerful and eficient. Can charge to USBs at one time. Portable and quite easy to carry. Pretty light also. Would recommend it.
    Date published: 2016-07-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from very good for notebook and cellphones it is amazing so i can increase the autonomy of my mobil computers
    Date published: 2016-07-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stronlgy recommended, especially if you move or travel a lot This is a nicely made power pack that works well. Gave it a test run on my Asus 15 ROG laptop, and it worked. Now is a constant companion in my briefcase. Would recommend! It is not cheap, but the quality is there.
    Date published: 2017-03-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good first use I bought two of these. One for my wife and I to try. She has Lenovo Thinpad X1 and this came with a power tip for it. My use is primarily USB devices. My initial impression while unboxing the units was positive. Nice looking unit with an assortment of charging cords, power tips for DC direct charging, easy instructions, and an international charger included. I tested the unit after charging it to 100% by plugging in my IPad Pro 9.7. The iPad Pro requires more power to charge it than earlier versions. With the iPad unable to power on it consumed approximately 54% of the power pack to get the iPad back to 100% charge. Mind you that I was able to use the iPad the entire time it was charging. The process took several hours. It would be nice if it could charge a device a bit faster but given I could use the iPad while charging this is not a big deal in my opinion. Overall I am happy with it. The size is about that of a paperback book. The weight is manageable in a backpack or shoulder bag. 2.1 amp max USB charge rating seems to be correct.
    Date published: 2017-01-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for some charging jobs, but not for all There is nothing worse than getting close to the end of your day and finding that your phone has precious little battery life left and you still have tasks to finish with it. Even as I write this, I see that I only have 18% battery life left on my phone for the rest of the evening. Now, with this issue, I will probably just plug it into a portable power bank so that I can continue on with my nightly activities around the house. As nice as they power banks are, they typically aren’t powerful enough to charge more than a mobile phone. Even some tablets require something with a little more oomph. This�22800mAh Laptop Power Bank from Xcellon is a sleek, sturdy battery for more hefty charging jobs. As the name would suggest, it’s a battery with 22,800 mAh of power. This is enough power to charge my iPhone 7 almost 12 full times. The power bank is designed to be able to charge laptops along with USB devices. There are four ports available – the DC input, 1A USB-A, 2.1A USB-A, and a DC output (barrel connector). It can charge up to three devices at one time and has a very readable LCD display that shows battery level and the type of voltage (9, 12, 16, 19, and 20). The power bank comes with 10 charging tips for the charging end of the DC cable so that you can connect your favorite laptop to it. As a power bank, the Xcellon 22,800 does a pretty good job. I charged my phone on it several times as well as various other USB devices. I didn’t have any problems and had a 10% battery gain after 15 minutes of charging. This is actually less than 1% per minute, which is less than what I normally get from my other power banks. Even though the charge may have been a bit slower than normal, my phone charged safely and I didn’t recognize any overheating problems or any other issues. Unfortunately, I did have a problem when it came to charging a laptop. My laptop of choice is a 2016 MacBook Pro and it uses a USB-C port for charging and not a barrel connector. The specs on the website state that the battery can be used with Apple MacBook laptops with an adapter plug, which is sold separately. With that in mind, I decided to try alternate methods of charging with the Xcellon. I decided to try using a USB-C to USB-A cable to connect to my MacBook Pro. While the connection was made, my battery did not charge. Basically, the MacBook Pro recognized it as a power adapter and not a charger. This meant that the computer started using the power bank instead of the internal battery while it was connected. Even though the battery wasn’t recharged, this type of power option can still be useful during an emergency. It’s enough to hold your battery as its current level, but not charge it. I tried this method of charging with my 13-inch MacBook Pro (61W), a 15-inch MacBook Pro (87W), and an HP Spectre Laptop (45W). All three computers utilize USB-C to charge and all three could not charge using the USB 2.1A port on the Xcellon power bank. I believe this is because the USB port does not push out enough wattage to charge the computers’ batteries. The DC output port surely does, but since I did not have the proper connector for these machines, I could not test it. I was able to test the power bank’s laptop charging capabilities with a Lenovo ThinkPad netbook though and it did successfully charge the battery. I really like the concept of this battery and love the look of it, but since many modern laptops and tablets are starting to shift over to USB-C for charging, I feel as though Xcellon missed the mark by not including USB-C as a port, or at the very least, including the right adapter for those users. As it stands, this power bank is great for�somePC laptop users, but it certainly isn’t an end-all-be-all for every occasion. I can recommend it as a suitable large power bank
    Date published: 2018-01-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far, So Good.. Im giving the product and the shipping time, 5 stars. I ordered this on a friday, and got it the following Wed. Its a 22,800 mAh power bank that works.. And it works good... (Make sure you read the list of compatible laptop computers. It has 10 different power tips for Many MANY computers..and some are NOT compatible.. As for performance? i have a 4 cell lithium ion battery in my current Lenovo laptop. I can get 2 FULL charges off of the power bank for both my Laptop and Phone together. So atleast, MINIMUM 12 hours of power in total. You can power up 2 different USB powered devices. ( NOW: for newer computers with a large battery capacity, you probably will not get 2 full charges.. just depends on the mAh of your batttery and how many cells you have. Id say for a 6 cell laptop battery, you will definetly not get 2 full charges off this power bank. One thing thats really important..is this is lithium polymer. So you want to make sure the power does not fall below 20% and best not to go above 85-90% when charging. IF you do that, the power bank will last for the long term.
    Date published: 2017-09-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. I will buy more Works great for both of my Dell Latitude notebooks.
    Date published: 2017-03-21
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