When it comes to the powerbanks, many do not recognize other brands but Xiaomi. This is mainly related to the fact this manufacturer has launched half a dozen powerbanks with various features and at various price tags. So customers can find a powerbank with a Mi brand that meets their requirements. But this niche is gaining momentum, and the rest of manufacturer have already joined the race. Though Onda is mainly known for its tablet PCs and products from other categories, there are a few powerbanks coming our way from this company as well. Today we are going to take a glance at the latest of them dubbed as the Onda QC101.
Onda QC101 PowerBank Features
- Capacity: 10000mAh (37WH)
- Rated capacity: 5V6500mAh (TYP 2A)
- Micro input QC: 5V2A 9V2A
- Type-c input QC + PD: 5V2A 9V2A
- Type- c Output QC + PD: 5-6V / 3A 6-9V / 2A 9-12V / 1.5A
- USB Output QC: 5V3A 9V2A 12V1.5A
- USB Output: 5V2.4A
First, it comes in a black packaging that carries all the important information concerning the company as well as this certain model. Say, there you can find that this company has been founded back in 1989, and this powerbank comes with a battery capacity of 10.000mAh.
Inside the box, we can find the powerbnak, a micro USB cable, and a user manual.
As for the powerbank itself, the Onda QC101 comes with a white housing.
On the front, we can see four LED indicators that light up when the powerbank reaches 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% of power.
On the opposite side, we can only see the port names printed with quite small fonts.
A power on/off button is placed on the upper left side.
The Onda QC101 supports fast charge technology. But it drops to a regular charging speed after a certain level. So you can monitor it via the LED indicators’ brightness.
There is a micro USB port on the right side supporting Quick Charge with a maximum 18W input power.
As for output, there are two USB ports as well as a USB Type-C port in the middle. The black-colored port supports 5V2.4A charging, while the orange port supports a fast charge. The USB-C port supports two-way fast charging with 18W power. The Onda QC101 supports for both QC and PD protocols.
The Onda QC101 costs around $50.