Today I am going to review a different kind of power bank for tablets or smart phones  from a newer type of company called Paick their aim is to become the leading brand in the high-end mobile digital device market, focusing on portable power banks and Bluetooth audio equipment.  With their brand concept “Easy Life, New Ideas,” the PAICK High-end Design 6000mAh Power Bank Dual USB costs about $64.99 USD but is on special on Amazon by using the link below So the power bank is not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….

Info:

Product Name: PAICK NOBLE 6000mAh Power Bank Dual USB

Provider: Amazon

Price: $64.99 USD on Amazon Promo Here Till March 

I always got to have a power bank by me no matter where I am and this is a good practice for anyone because you never know when your phone or tablet could lose juice but with the amount of power banks out there on the market today which one do you choose there are lots and trust me I have reviewed a lot and none can compare to the Paick Noble  the power bank is fashionably styled with a streamlined wallet-sized aluminum alloy high performance casing, Noble is much thinner than other power banks, which are usually over 1 inch thick.  Noble easily fits in a back pocket or bag for easy portability

Some of the best parts I liked about the Noble beyond the thinness factor is it has a intelligent dustproof pop-up interface with two USB slots and 1 Micro USB slot that lets you pop-up for access to the USB charging slots or pop-down to keep it extra slim and free of dust the micro USB is also used to charge the power bank  Now you might be asking by now ok I like it but how much juice can it hold well it can handle a lot enough for 3 iPhone or Android charges and one full iPad charge The Noble unlike other power banks has an intelligent on/off touch sensor with one-touch screen activation, Smart Safety Protection and LEDs that show remaining power: 1 LED indicates  less than 25%, 2 LEDs: 25%-50%, 3 LEDs: 50%-75%, 4 LEDs: 75%-100%.

Paick has one mission when they create a product and this might be one reason more why they just want you to get on with their lives and enjoy it the way it was meant to be because life is just too short for problems

Conclusion:

So yes the power bank is priced fair, but is it even worth it? I would say YES! if you want a to have a power bank  and not have a heavy brick to carry around along with your device So in all it’s not bad for a power bank

The final score averages out to be a 10 out of 10, but that takes into account everything

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