Ugreen, the renowned technology company, has launched its latest power bank, the Ugreen 145W. This power bank is designed to provide swift charging for uninterrupted connectivity, making it an ideal companion for those who rely on their devices throughout the day. With its impressive features and capabilities, the Ugreen 145W power bank is set to become a popular choice among tech enthusiasts.
One of the standout features of the Ugreen 145W power bank is its ability to deliver 145W of rapid charging. This means that it can recharge smaller laptops up to 1.3 times and mobile devices up to 5.6 times before needing to be recharged itself. With a massive 25,000mAh battery capacity, the Ugreen 145W power bank ensures that you have enough power to keep your devices running for extended periods of time.
In terms of its design, the Ugreen 145W power bank is both stylish and compact. Measuring 160x81x27mm and weighing 506g, it is easy to slip into a bag or even a coat pocket. The power bank features a small battery percentage display on one side and a slanted power button next to it, adding to its sleek and modern appearance. It also comes with a soft case for added protection.
Equipped with dual USB-C input and output ports, as well as a supplementary USB-A port, the Ugreen 145W power bank allows you to charge three devices simultaneously. The USB-C ports offer fast charging capabilities, with one providing 100W charging and the other 45W. The USB-A port, on the other hand, offers 18W charging. This versatility makes the Ugreen 145W power bank an ideal travel or commute companion.
Ugreen claims that the 145W power bank can charge a 13-inch MacBook Air completely in about 90 minutes. With its sizable 25,000mAh battery, it can fully recharge some laptops up to 1.3 times and mobile devices up to 5.6 times before needing to be recharged itself. When the battery runs out, it can be quickly recharged using a 65W PD charger in just two hours. The power bank also features a simple LED digital display that shows the remaining battery life, ensuring that you never leave home with a half-charged power bank.
One notable feature that is missing from the Ugreen 145W power bank is wireless charging support. While this may be a drawback for some users, the power bank’s impressive charging capabilities and other features more than make up for it.
To test the performance of the Ugreen 145W power bank, I charged several devices and monitored its capability. I fully charged the power bank before charging each device, and all devices were charged while the display was off. The results were impressive. For example, I charged my MacBook Pro 16 from 25% to 79%, with 20% of battery life still remaining in the power bank. The Steam Deck, which had a 0% battery, was fully charged with the power bank’s battery life dropping to 37%. My iPhone 14 Pro Max went from 19% to fully charged, with 79% battery life remaining in the power bank. Similarly, the Asus ROG Ally, which had a 5% battery, was fully charged with 46% battery life left in the power bank. Lastly, the iPad Pro 12.9 went from 22% to 100% charged, with 45% battery life remaining in the power bank.
In conclusion, the Ugreen 145W power bank is a reliable and high-performing option for those who have multiple devices, especially power-hungry handheld gaming devices like the Steam Deck and ROG Ally. While it may not be the cheapest option on the market, it delivers on capacity, charging speeds, and features. If you are in need of a powerful and efficient power bank, the Ugreen 145W is definitely worth considering.