Anker MagGo Power Bank (10K) review: the does everything wireless power bank

The Anker MagGo Power Bank offers some fast wireless charging speeds and decent capacity, still in a pocketable design

Anker MagGo Power Bank (10K) attached to an iPhone 15 Pro Max and held in a hand in front of a green plant
(Image: © Gareth Bevan / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The Anker MagGo 10K Power Bank is a traditional power bank design with a few twists. The 15W MagSafe connection alleviates the headache of carrying additional wires, and provides a reasonably fast recharge rate, although it can't keep up with wired power. The design is top notch, although is on the heavy side compared to others on the market, but the flick out stand is great for propping up your phone for watching movies, and like other recent Anker power banks, this MagGo also has a useful little screen to keep tabs on how much power there is left in the tank. However, all this does come at a bit of a price hike over less feature packed power banks but with the same capacity.

Pros

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    Decent wireless charging speed and fast wired charging

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    Well-built premium feeling power bank

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    Little monitor screen is useful

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    Flick out stand simple but effective

Cons

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    Can get similar power banks for less money

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    Screen could be more useful

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    A bit heavy and bulky

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The Qi2 standard has been recently announced by the Wireless Power Consortium, the overarching body that manages the standards that go into wireless charging used by all phones to make a more harmonious experience. Anker, which has been at the forefront of charging tech for the last decade is of course one of the first companies to jump on this new tech, with its new range of MagGo accessories.

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CompatibilityiPhone 15 / 14 / 13 / 12 Series
Total Capacity10,000mAh
OutputWireless: 15W Max / USB-C: 27W Max
Dimensions4.22 × 2.71 × 0.78 in / 107.3 × 68.8 × 19.8 mm
Weight8.82 oz / 250 g
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FeaturesEverything you could want in a portable power bank, decent capacity, Qi2 wireless, 27W wired, and a cute little screen.★★★★★
DesignThe design is solid and premium feeling with a good stand, although it is just about at my size limit for carrying attached to a phone★★★★
PerformancePerformance is good with fast wireless and wired charging in respectable times, although goes through its tank pretty quickly on wireless power.★★★★
ValueThere is a lot going on in this power bank, which means it is at a bit more of a premium price than less feature packed models.★★★★
Ugreen Nexode Power Bank 10K review

This Ugreen Nexode 10K power bank isn’t Qi2 certified, but still claims 15W wireless charging speeds, but also has a USB-C and USB-A wired port for charging a range of devices on the go. It is also a slimmer and lighter power bank.
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Anker Prime 20,000mAh power bank review

If you just want sheer power and performance out of a power bank, then one of the best you can get is the Anker Prime 20K. There is no fancy wireless charging here, but the power bank does offer a big 20,000mAh tank and up to 200W combined output through its wired ports.
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Gareth Bevan
Reviews Editor

Gareth is a photographer based in London, working as a freelance photographer and videographer for the past several years, having the privilege to shoot for some household names. With work focusing on fashion, portrait and lifestyle content creation, he has developed a range of skills covering everything from editorial shoots to social media videos. Outside of work, he has a personal passion for travel and nature photography, with a devotion to sustainability and environmental causes.