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I've been an Omnicharge fan since it was on Indiegogo. This is my third power pack, mostly got this upgrade because I got into USB-C charging for my phone and my Surface Pro 7 (love that this Surface model has USB-C and can charge with it too, instead of just the regular Surface charger). I haven't used the hub feature yet, but I like that its there. If I had to complain about anything, I have a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra which has a fast charge and a "super fast charge" feature when using a higher wattage charger and the proper USB-C to USB-C cable. I have a plug-in charger that does the super fast charge, and works great. However, while I know that the Omnicharge has the power to super fast charge, it'll only fast charge. If that's my biggest complaint, I'm doing pretty good.
This is the second Omnicharge powerbank I have purchased. I own both the AC plug model and now the type C. I am usually traveling or at work with free time on my hands (sort of an on call problem solver) so I usually have time to mess around with my laptop until I get a call. This Omnicharge C powerbank so far works flawlessly. One side is a 100w charger, the other a 60w. I have a Razer 17 that allows for up to 100w type C charging. When I plug in the power bank, the charger automatically switches the voltage to 20v, then adjusts the wattage to the proper level depending on the tasks, which is really cool. Sometimes it is charging in the low 70 to 80 watts when just doing internet or typing, but jumps up to about 90-95 watts with more intensive tasks like gaming. Doesn't quite hit 100w, but I am assuming this is just the laptop power draw and nothing to do with the bank itself. So rather than pumping full wattage constantly into the laptop, it seems to auto adjust when the tasks change. That's pretty cool. While there are cheaper powerbanks out there, they often lack features or adjustable settings. There are much, much more expensive ones, looking at you Sherpa, but they offer little extra as far as features go. I found the Omnicharge brand to be the best mix of features and price.
So was looking for another wireless charging pad for my phone and stumbled upon this device. It has twice the battery storage capacity of my existing battery pack for travel and can supply even my laptop with power. With the COVID situation, we haven't had a chance to travel; however, I have tested that the Omni-20C+, and it was able to provide power to my MacBook Pro and iPad Pro over USB-C, two devices via the USB-A ports, and charge my phone wirelessly at the same time. I did this when first getting the device to discharge the battery so I could calibrate it fully. I've been happy with the device so far in doing the main task I got it for, providing power-passthrough to charge my phone at night wirelessly. I find the biggest benefit of this battery pack over my old one is that it is charged via USB-C. Since my phone, laptop, and tablet are all charged via the USB-C standard, this makes it easier when traveling to recharge and use this device. The display is also very useful so I can see how the device is performing. The biggest criticisms I have are: * Wish the firmware was upgradable after purchase * Wish the SoC could be restricted so that when using it like I am in power-passthrough but not concerned with needing the full charge could set it to 50% SoC and it would hold that charge. This would extend the life of the batteries as there have been numerous studies that lithium batteries last longer when their SoC typically stays at 50%. These are far from deal-breakers; however, considering how much this battery pack costs it would be nice if it lasted for an extended period of time. That said I'm super excited to have this when traveling and going to conferences to have almost an extra full charge for my laptop if I can't get to a power outlet. It also takes up about the same volume as my older battery pack with half of the storage. Also, the USB hub functionality will also make it easier to travel if I need to use USB-A without having to bring additional adapters.
Solid Construction Shows how much power is being used, Temperature, and how much power is going into the power bank. OLED screen, Wireless Charging, PD USBC It charges quickly from a PD charger. *It will charge a 2018 iPad Pro 12.9" from 30% to 100% with about 40% left on the battery bank.