ADATA sent us this new powerbank straight from Taiwan and though they still don’t have local presence for this product category, we took interest with the PV100 because it looks and built almost the same as the Mi Powerbanks that have always been sold out here.
The PV110 model comes in an all-aluminum body with rounded corners and brushed-metal finish. It’s a bit hefty (260 grams) but has pretty solid build and construction. It comes in several colors (titanium, gold, pink and blue) but we got the light gold one.
One side houses the 2 USB ports for 1.0A and 2.1A power output rating, respectively. This works for either smartphones and tablets, depending on their required power rating.
The PV110 has a built-in power-saving feature that automatically turns the powerbank off when disconnected form the mobile device, or when it is idle for 10 seconds or if the device it is charging is fully charged.
The powerbank is charged via a microUSB port and can take up to 3-4 hours to fully charge. With 10,400mAh of battery capacity, the ADATA PV110 can charge an iPhone 5S up to 5 times and an LG G3 up to 3 times before it needs to recharge.
The ADATA PV110 is not yet available locally but they mention it will be sold via Lazada or OLX when it does. No details on the SRP as well.