Q Series 5000mAh Power Bank
Let’s start with the smallest power bank out of the bunch, the Q Series 5000mAh. It has official dimensions of L110 x W66 x H13mm, which means it is totally pocketable. The power bank is all white, and currently that is the only color offered. On the top you have a small ROMOSS logo.
You’ll notice a cable coming off of the power bank, this is it integrated device charging cable. Nothing is worse then bringing your mobile charger, but forgetting your charging cable for your device. The Q Series 5000mAh solves that by having the cable as part of the power bank. At first glance you might think it is only a microUSB cable, but hidden behind where the cable sits is a microUSB to lightning cable adapter. This is pretty awesome as you can charge both Android and Apple devices.
ACE 10 10000mAh Power Bank
Next up we have the ACE 10 10000mAh Power Bank. This 10000mAh charger is pretty small at L91 x W56.5 x H30mm, but is a little thick. So you could fit it in your pocket, but for guys it might be a little uncomfortable. Being this small makes it easy to throw in a laptop bag or purse though. The power bank has a nice metal finish on it, which means it can likely take a beating.
All of your connections and buttons for thus power bank can be found on one side. So you have a large power button, lightning cable power input, microUSB power input, a battery level indicator, and two USB power outputs. Having both microUSB and Lightning power inputs means you’ll only need to carry one cable with you to charge your device and power bank. The top USB output is 1A whereas the bottom output is 2.1A.
UPower 10000mAh Power Bank
The last mobile power bank is the UPower 10000mAh. ROMOSS seems to market this as a travel mobile charger and has even fashioned it after popular hard-style luggage. We received the gold version, but it also comes in silver and pink. The official dimensions here are L112 x W61 x H30mm, while it can fit in your pocket, it is not recommended. It is definitely small enough to throw in a backpack or purse though.
The one thing that sets this charger apart from the other chargers is that it gets power from a normal power outlet. So you have a two prong power connection that pops out from the side. I think this is one of the main reasons ROMOSS markets this is a travel charger. Once you get to your hotel room you can just plug it in and start charging it as well as two other USB devices at the same time.
On one side of the power bank you have a power button and battery level indicator. On the end you have two USB output ports. Once again you have a 2.1A output and a 1A output, the ports are labeled so you know which is which.