This is really an interesting piece. It is not only a lap desk, but it is also a tablet and phone stand. It has a built in power bank, and comes with a detachable LED light. So, if you are using this to be lazy, lol, you can be lazy for longer, since you don’t have to get up to charge your phone. This desk has an internal 13,200mAh battery. That is a lot of backup power. You can charge 2 tablets and 2 phones fully on this thing. It’s not the fastest charging device, but it is right on track with the other power banks that we have. I went from 73% to 100% charge on my Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in approx. 45 minutes. The power bank section did not get hot to the touch while charging either. There are 4 little blue LED lights that go on while you are charging. The 4 lights mean it has a full charge. 3 lights mean 75% battery. 2 lights mean 50% battery. 1 light means 25% battery. It’s a great visual to see where you are at. The include the cord to charge the power bank. It is a micro USB cord, which is easy to replace if you lose or break it. Cords do not last forever. I like how they include an LED light with this stand as well. Makes it easy to read with. It’s a long slender light, and can be a little top heavy. It sits just fine in place, when you take the time to position it. It runs off an USB. This table has 2 USB ports on it to charge from and use. So, you will still have an open USB port while using the light. The table folds down to 11 ¼” x 12 5/8”. When closed up like this it is only 2” wide at its widest point, which is pretty impressive. It will easily fit in your backpack, which is very convenient. The stand opens easily. It doesn’t have any locks to open, just pull to separate, and it opens up. Then, just pull up the legs to open it as a stand. Go toward the center crease, and pull open from that side of the legs. Now, place on a solid surface. This is where you will notice the only con of this set up. There is no lock to keep it open. It will fold in half easily, lol. If you need to carry it open, just carry it with a hand on each end, to keep it open. No that you have it open, it can be used in so many ways. You can use it for your laptop, serving tray, whatever you need. Built in are two stands that can accommodate books, tablets, and your all needed smart phone. The two USB ports are located on the top surface. The way that this stand closes leaves the power bank accessible for charging and use, which is awesome. My stand has been performing really well. I haven’t had any technical issues. It arrived in perfect condition with no imperfections. I have really good luck with Ivation products, and this stand has not let me or my expectations down.
I received this for free, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. – DBroths’ Ivation Multi-Angle Folding Laptop & Tablet Stand Ventilated Adjustable-Ergonomic Desk, Rechargeable Built-In Power Bank with 2 USB Ports & Reading Lamp.
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I believe that you should have at least one power bank per person in your home for an emergency. In most homes nowadays, for example, the home telephone is a cell phone. If your power is out for the day, and your phone goes dead, that could be serious in an emergency. Almost everyone has flashlights, phones, tablets, and more that have internal batteries that need to be charged. This way, you will always have back up power in an emergency. Power banks, like this 8000mAh power bank from Wotech, can be used when you are out and about, or on the road for work, and more. My husband uses a power bank daily. They really come in handy. This particular one is well made, and highly portable. It measures out at only 5” long x 2 ¾” wide, and ½” thick. It does come with a micro USB cord to charge it with. It does not get hot to the touch while charging. I love the denim look, as they call it. It’s a very sleek and sporty power bank. When fully charged it will display 4 little blue LEDs. Each LED represents 25% of its power level, so it’s easy to see when your power level is down, and you need to recharge it. There is a power button on this unit. It’s located on the face plate where the ports are. If this gets pressed by accident, it will shut off after being on for a minute without anything plugged into the USB port. The two ports are different. The one closest to the power button is the 2.4A max output port. The other port is the 1A max output port. It has over-charge protection, over-discharged protection, over-voltage protection, over-current protection, and short circuit protection. This power bank even charges my son’s highly finicky Samsung 3 tablet. It is really picky on what it will charge with. I have never had an electronic device like that one before, lol. I can easily charge his pad from empty, as well as my Galaxy Note 5 from empty on this power bank. I even have some left over. Overall, I am very happy with this power bank. It works very well and is highly portable.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Wotech’s 8000mAh 2-Output Fast Charging Power Bank, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.
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We are big power bank users in our home. My husband especially uses them all of the time. Even when he goes to bed, and uses his phone as his alarm clock. He doesn’t have an open outlet by his side of the bed, so a power bank is his only option. We have our cable phone and router system tied into that outlet. This power bank by Wotech is a fantastic size at 10,000mAh. That is a great and very convenient size battery. This power bank is white in color. It is lightweight, and a great size at 5 ½” long by 2 ¾” wide and approx. ½” thick. It charges via the included micro USB cord. There are 2 USB out ports on it, so you can charge two items at the same time. It even has auto shut off. So, if you accidently press the power button, and turn it on, it will shut off after about a minute without anything plugged into it. This power bank also has over charge protection, over current and short circuit protection, over voltage protection, over discharged protection. In other words, you can feel good about using this power bank with your expensive tablets, phones, and more. You can charge anything that charges via a USB cord. There are dedicated USB ports on this unit. They are only labeled out though. The one closest to the power button is the 2A out port, and the one furthest from the power button is the 1A out port. IPhones charge well on the 1A. My larger Note 5 Android phone, needs the 2A port to charge. It does charge well on this unit. I topped off the charge on my phone, and this power bank still had 4 blue LEDs lit up on it. I like power banks with these lights. It’s easier to see when your power bank needs to be recharged. Each bar represents 25% of its power level. I can charge my phone twice and my tablet once on this power bank, easily. It has not become hot to the touch while charging either. It’s definitely a keeper. We rely on them daily. They are great when you are out and about with work, and travel. They are also imperative to have in the home, in case of a power outage.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Wotech’s 10000mAh Two-Output Fast Charging Power Bank, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.
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Power banks are definitely an essential every home should have nowadays. It’s just as essential as having back up batteries. We use ours for work, travel, emergencies, and when we can’t access an open outlet, lol. This particular power bank is by Poweradd. They call it their Pilot P1. It has an internal 5000mAh battery, as well as a 2A USB out port. Your power bank will arrive with 1 micro USB cord. That is how you charge it up. When fully charged you will see 4 blue LEDS lit up. They go down as you use it. The lights are on the side by the power button. It’s a lightweight unit, and measures out at 5 inches long and 2 ½ inches wide. It is also just under ½ an inch thick. Aesthetically it’s a very sharp looking power bank. I love the textured design. Power wise, it works wonderfully. It has smart charging capabilities. It will detect your device right away and provide what it needs. It charges our Galaxy Note 5 phones very quickly. We were able to charge our phone and a bug vacuum, and still had 25% battery life left on it. You can use this for anything that charges via a USB cord. If you have IOS products, you will need to provide your own cable. The same goes for other specialty charging cables. I plugged my phone into a regular power source, and my husband used this power bank. We were both at about 20% power left. His phone was fully charged, where my phone was still at 69%. So, this charger definitely charges quickly. This is really a great back up power source.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Poweradd’s Pilot P1 Power Bank, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.
If you would like to purchase this product, it can be found here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Poweradd-Stylish-Portable-External-Charging/dp/B0179NZ0OG?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage