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When 8 days ago I left for my extremely short vacations one of the things i had in my mind was to also use that time to test electronics that could come in handy so i purposely packed all my devices (some of them without a drop of battery power left) in my backpack to help me test a wide variety of portable products. Now i will not lie and so there is electricity where i went but i also didn't bring any chargers with me for that exact same reason. So instead of using normal wall chargers i chose to pack 3 fully charged portable battery packs with me which i then used to charge all of the devices i brought with me not only to see which of them works best but also whether or not their rated battery capacities come close to the claims of each manufacturer (they are never 100% on the spot). The first of those portable battery packs that i put to the test is the PB12000A by EasyAcc which as the name reveals features a massive 12000mAh lithium-polymer battery.
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EasyAcc is not really amongst the most well-established manufacturers so when some of you emailed us asking about our opinion regarding their 12000mAh portable battery naturally our focus immediately fell on that specific feature cause obviously there aren't really many similar products in the market currently. However to our surprise that's not the sole "innovative" feature of the PB12000A and so it offers not the usual 2 USB ports we see all the time with similar products but a total of 4 USB charging ports that allow you to charge up to 4 devices simultaneously. Of course as expected each of the 4 USB charging ports has a different power output (5V/0.5A-1.0A-1.3A-2.1A) to match the electrical requirements of different devices (for example 0.5A-1.0A-1.3A can be used for smartphones and generally small devices while the 2.1A port is suitable for tablets). So the only question is exactly just how many of a battery you are really getting and after almost 5 days of use i think we have you covered.