Price and specifications
PINENG PN-960 power bank

Battery capacity 6 000 mAh
Charging time 5 h
Quick Charge No
Weight 150 g
Output interfaces Standard USB

Power banks PINENG PN-960

Release DateDecember 2015
Availability On sale
Brand PINENG
Model PN-960

Pineng PN-960 by Jeremy Hooi Youtube review

Description: Pineng PN-960 has two USB outputs and that’s great because you can charge two devices at the same time. It’s also nice that the company includes a good quality carrying pouch inside the package along with the microUSB cable, which the latter, sadly, isn’t a Type-C one. Another let down is that it's missing the fast charging feature. With normal charging speed, it will take a while to fully charge your devices. Although the material is made of plastic, it still feels premium in your hand and on top of that, it’s resistant to scratches.

Pros

  • Employs dual USB output ports
  • Boasts 6,000mAh capacity
  • Package includes a good quality pouch
  • Has LED display to show battery indicator
  • 2.0A & 1.0A charging speed
  • Scratch resistant

Cons

  • Doesn’t have fast charging feature
  • Normal microUSB cable (not Type-C)

Photos

Device

Construction PC
Color Black, White

Battery

Battery Type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 6000 mAh
Charging time 5 h (hours)

Interfaces

Output interfaces Standard USB
Input interfaces Micro-USB, DC connector
Count USB outputs 2
Input current 5V/2A
Output Current 5V/1A, 5V/2.1A

Functions and features

Quick Charge No
LCD Display Yes
Wireless charging No
Solar charging No
Waterproof No
Flashlight No

Dimensions

Length 12.3 cm
Width 6.6 cm
Height 1.25 cm
Weight 150 g (grams)

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