Intelli ScoutPro Max 240W powerbank review

The Intelli ScoutPro Max 240W is a monster battery capable of 100W charging and up to five devices simultaneously

Intelli ScoutPro 240W
(Image: © Jamie Carter)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The graphene battery-powered ScoutPro isn’t small and nor is it particularly lightweight, but if you’re after something that can recharge anything you throw at it and don’t mind its 610g bulk then it’s close to the sweet spot.


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    24,000 mAh capacity

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    100W output via USB-C

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    Wireless charging for AppleWatch

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    Magnetic charging for iPhone 12 onwards

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    Charges five devices simultaneously


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    Heavy at 610g

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    Bulky size

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    Box doesn’t include 100W wall charger

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    Very expensive

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Running out of power on a photography trip is a pain and if you’re after best laptop powerbank then you’re probably going to come across the Intelli ScoutPro Max, which the makers claim is the first portable charger that’s universally compatible. 

It can be used to recharge any laptop, tablet, drone, speaker, handheld game console, earbuds, smartwatch, fitness tracker and, yes camera battery – if you use a USB charger. It’s also got a few tricks up its sleeve for owners of the latest iPhones and even Apple Watch, being both MagSafe-compatible and capable of 15W wireless charging. It also plays nicely with Samsung Watch Charging.

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Jamie Carter
Astrophotography expert

Jamie has been writing about all aspects of technology for over 14 years, producing content for sites like TechRadar, T3, Forbes, Mashable, MSN, South China Morning Post, and BBC Wildlife, BBC Focus and BBC Sky At Night magazines. 

As the editor for, he has a wealth of enthusiasm and expertise for all things astrophotography, from capturing the Perseid Meteor Shower, lunar eclipses and ring of fire eclipses, photographing the moon and blood moon and more.

He also brings a great deal of knowledge on action cameras, 360 cameras, AI cameras, camera backpacks, telescopes, gimbals, tripods and all manner of photography equipment.