I have not had mine that long, to be honest i think it is too low, but its also too soon to tell for me. But the way i look at it even if it is 500, if you charge a laptop from dead to full once a day, that's still a 18 month lifetime (roughly). Which for the £70.00 i paid, i call that a fair time and if it last longer, great!
By Ryan on 31 May 2014
Not sure about the tip needed for your telecompe (althought it is likely that one of those provided will fit), but power-wise it would be fine since this supply can deliver 12V up to 4A.
By M 723 on 03 October 2014
hi there, i have a smaller anker 10000 and use it with various items like my samsung phone, and a bluetooth etc. although in the many connectors were suppied but i had to buy some others to get them to fit. most computer or electronic shops should be able to supply somthing that fits?
By Pat on 16 December 2014
Not absolutely sure. The Lepai has an input of 12v2A written on the rear of the case by the input socket but on Amazon your equipment (within specifications) has an advertised input of 12v6A. As you state the Anker has an outlet at 12v4A. If the former (case specification) is correct then I believe you should be OK. I…
Not absolutely sure. The Lepai has an input of 12v2A written on the rear of the case by the input socket but on Amazon your equipment (within specifications) has an advertised input of 12v6A. As you state the Anker has an outlet at 12v4A. If the former (case specification) is correct then I believe you should be OK. If both the Lepai and the Anker charger both have the identical voltage, but the current from the Anker is higher than what the Lepai input requires, then you shouldn't see any problems. Using the Anker charger your Lepai will still get the 12V voltage it requires, but it will only draw 2A of current. As far as current goes, the device calls the shots, and the charger will have to do less work. Now, if the Lepai requires 12v6A, as stated in the Amazon list of specifications you have a problem. The Lepai will require 6A and the Anker can only supply 4A and so will get overtasked and thus overheat, and in time will go 'poof'. You need to be absolutely sure that what is said on the back of the Lepai case is correct (check at the back of the manual that came with it) because the Amazon specifications figure could well be a typo error. If you are still in doubt then email Anker, their Customer Service is second to none. Could not think of a better bit of kit for your needs. Hope it all works out and this advice assists. Good luck.
By Khushiman on 17 November 2014
It can charge everything. It has a usb output. So if you have a cable it Works fine with everything. I used it for my ipad, Samsung s4, Samsung tablet and iphone.
By Allan Kim Jensen on 06 January 2014