If you only use your smartphone to dinosaur way – so just for calls and texts – then 1 full charge might last you the day. But if you’re the kind who scrolls through Instagram and streams Netflix on the go, then you most probably need a power bank. Power banks are portable chargers. Think of them like batteries for your smartphone battery: you need to first charge it before bringing it out, and then using a USB cable, use it to charge your smartphone (or whatever ‘dead’ device you have). Here’s a rough guide on power bank prices in Singapore. Power bank capacity Price range 5,000 mAh $15 to $20+ 8,000 mAh $20 to $30+ 10,000 mAh $20 to $50 15,000 mAh $50 to $70 20,000 mAh & up $70 & up These are quite conservative estimates, based on the more affordable brands (that I will list below). For branded ones like Cygnett and Belkin, you can add at least 20 per cent to the prices. I drew up the above table using the prices of power banks from places like Challenger, Harvey Norman, Xiaomi and etc. You can most definitely find cheaper, ‘no brand’ ones online, but I find those… Read full this story
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