ADATA’s latest A10050QC power bank is integrated with QC 3.0 technology for super fast battery top up. Designed for modern day devices with a USB-C & USB-A output, and a USB-C input. The 10050 mAH power bank uses Japan-made Panasonic power cells with circuit protection.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 allows for up to four times faster charging than generic power banks.
The A10050QC can fully charge a typical 5″ smartphone from empty to 80% in only 30 minutes.
The two output ports provide greater flexibility as users can charge two devices simultaneously. Furthermore, the power bank has USB-C and USB-A outputs for wider compatibility. The USB-C output supports up to 18W to speed up charging, and the two ports combined can handle 4.6A (typical power banks deliver 2.1A). The A10050QC has sync charge/discharge, meaning it can be safely recharged while simultaneously charging devices. For quick topping up of the power bank itself, the input supports up to 2.5A – higher than comparable products, and thus resulting in shorter refill times.
In addition to Quick Charge 3.0, ADATA engineers have also incorporated INOV technology on the A10050QC, standing for Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage. The power bank actively detects connected devices and alternates between 5V and 12V operation as needed to maximize power efficiency, reduce heat, and prolong power cell lifespan.
The A10050QC features Panasonic power cells made in Japan and proprietary Taiwan-made ADATA circuitry that provides protection against overcharge, over-discharge, overvoltage, over current, overheating, and short circuiting.
If you have upgraded your device arsenal to USB-C (like the new Pixel and a Macbook), the ADATA A10050QC would be the ideal accessory for you.