Asus ZenPower Slim 6000mAh Power Bank Review
Today we are doing a Asus ZenPower Slim 6000mAh Power Bank Review which is out now in the market and on online stores for only Php890.
Asus ZenPower Slim 6000mAh Power Bank Specs
- Capacity: 6000 mAh
- Cell Type: Rechargeable lithium-polymer
- Input Power: DC(micro USB): 5 V / 2 A
- Output Power: Output 1 (embedded adapter): DC5 V / 2.4 A
- Operating Temperature: 0 ℃ – 40 ℃
- Weight: 170 g
- Dimensions: 110.9 x 67.6 x 14.82 mm(WxDxH)
Asus has released another quality power bank and I don’t use the word “quality” lightly when it comes to reviews. The new ZenPower Slim 6000 mAh mixes fashion, functionality and durability in one slim package.
I took the power bank along with me last weekend to Balesin during a tech event with the hopes of writing a good experiential Asus ZenPower Slim 6000mAh Power Bank Review and I did get what I hoped for.
Let’s talk about the size. Clocking in at 110.9 x 67.6 x 14.82 mm, the ZenPower Slim can easily fit into any pocket whether it’s boardshorts or denim pants or the ever tito-esque cargo shorts. It’s slim enough to put into your bag or in between the pages of your pocketbook. It’s perfect for those trips out of town where you’re always on the go. If anything, you’d wish you could bring it all the time and not leave it in the room to charge.
At 170g, this is one of 2018’s lightest power banks. I barely noticed the power bank when I slipped it in my man-purse and went on all sorts of adventures in Balesin. This power bank even managed to sneak onboard this classy yacht in the post island getaway. I had packed a lot of things in my man-purse but thanks to size and weight, it never became a nuisance to carry along.
Now let’s go ahead and look at the charging details. The biggest drawback I can write in this Asus ZenPower Slim 6000mAh Power Bank Review is the limited amount of devices you can charge; yes, you can only charge one at a time.
Aesthetically, the design for the USB port for the ZenPower Slim looks great. It flows naturally until the power button. Then again, I feel like they could have added a second slot but opted not to because (a) it’ll ruin the design and (b) charging two devices with this amount of mAh could easily drain it’s juice.
So we’ve talked about aesthetics, weight and how convenient it is to carry it around. The biggest question is whether or not it actually delivers on the quality of the charge.
I’m happy to report that the in this review that the power bank exceeds expectations. I attended an event last week and used the power bank out of the box, used the stocked juice on the product (that was 2 bars or two lights) and I managed to get home from Bonifacio Global City with my Asus ZenFone 5 having 50% battery life and the Asus ZenPower Slim with one bar more.
So far so good.
I definitely recommend this power bank whether its for your casual gala, office commute or even out of town vacations.