Eoso 10000mah Ultra Slim Dual Port USB Fast Charging Portable Power Bank Built-in Micro USB Cable External Battery Charger Pack for Iphone Samsung Galaxy HTC Motorola Moto Android Smartphone Phone Ipad Tablets Pc (10000mah Black)

Nice power bank with built-in cables

ByRyanTOP 500 REVIEWERon August 15, 2015

Color: 5000mAh BlackVerified Purchase

+ Built-in charging cables: One of the biggest advantages of this power bank that sets it apart from many others are the built-in charging cables. There is a built-in Micro USB cable to recharge your Android phones, Bluetooth speakers, and other devices. There is also a regular USB cable that is used to recharge the cable itself. Simply plug the USB cable into a computer USB port or USB wall charger to recharge the power bank.
+ 2 additional charging ports: In addition to the built-in cables, there are also two built-in USB ports that you can use with your own charging cables. For example, iPhone users would need to use their own Lightning cable with either of these ports. One port provides 1 amps of power, which is fine for most smartphones, while the other port can provide up to 2.1 amps, which allows tablets to recharge at full speed.
+ 5,000mAh capacity: This power bank stores enough power for about 2-3 full recharges for iPhones and most smartphones. The power bank can provide a partial charge to tablets.
+ Remaining power indicator: There are 4 blue LEDs that show how much power is remaining in the power bank itself, allowing you to quickly see if the power bank needs recharged.
+ Design: I really like the soft, matte finish on the power bank. It is comfortable to hold and does not attract fingerprints.

- No built-in Lightning cable: I'm just being knit-picky, but as an iPhone user, I would have liked to have seen an integrated Lightning cable. However, I know this would have likely increased the cost of the unit.

Overall, I really like that this unit has built-in charging cables. The unit is very compact and travels well, and you don't need to remember to bring your own cables (unless you're an iPhone user).

Kenneth Depree, 08/22/2015