Everyone has a power bank, because the battery of most smartphones is not enough for a day of active use. In addition, a power bank is very useful when traveling.
However, I have a power bank, which is not very suitable for travel because of its size, and a large battery capacity.
The power bank also has a Cyberpunk transparent case and even IPS display.
So, this is SharkGeek Storm 2, and today we are going to test it.
The new power bank comes in a black box with SharkGeek logo on the front.
You know, if you do plan to take this power bank on trips, the bag will be very useful.
So, the design is definitely a feature of this product, because it has a transparent case, and we can see everything inside.
Another feature of SharkGeek Storm 2 power bank is an IPS display.
Then, there is a battery level of the power bank at the top right corner.
We can also see the input and output status. For example, my iPhone supports 15W fast charging, and we can really see about 12W on a power bank display.
I am already very impressed by this power bank, but that’s not even all the features of it.
You can press and hold the button to the right of the display to access the settings menu. Here we have DC output setup, so you can configure the DC output voltage, battery information, which contains details about the battery pack. It shows the voltage of each battery cell, the battery cycles, and battery life.
In the next menu, we can reset the system running time.
Finally, we can power off a power bank and exit the settings menu.
By the way, this power bank also has many different protections, such as input high voltage, output high voltage, extreme high temperature, extreme low temperature, and short circuit protection.
Now, let’s talk about each port of SharkGeek Storm 2 power bank.
Unfortunately, there is no DC charging cable in the package.
This is very fast for a 25600mAh battery.
The second USB C port can only be used to charge mobile devices, because it supports 30W.
USB A port has a power of 18W.
I also found a picture with output power when two or three devices are connected simultaneously.
You know, I am wondering if I can charge my laptop, and two smartphones from the SharkGeek Storm 2 power bank. Yes, it is possible. All the connected devices are charging.
So, SharkGeek Storm 2 is the most advanced power bank that I have ever seen.
I would even call it a mini power station than a power bank, because it has a screen that shows useful information and settings.
The design is another feature of this power bank because it looks like something from the future or even from the outer space.