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AUKEY PB-Y32 18W PD QC 3.0 10000mAh Power Bank with Wireless Charging

Convenient Wireless Charging: Fast charge your Qi-compatible phone or wireless charging case for earbuds at up to 10W.

High-Speed Charging: USB Power Delivery port fast charges your iPhone 11 Pro / XS Max, Google Pixel 4 / 4 XL, and other compatible USB-C devices. Quick Charge 3.0 port charges compatible devices up to 4 times faster than conventional charging

Non-Slip Design: Silicone surface effectively keeps your phone on the power bank while charging.

Safety Features: Built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging.

Wireless Charging Convenience

Use wireless charging wherever you are to charge any Qi-compatible device at up to 10W. The power bank supports wired and wireless charging simultaneously for added convenience.

Short-press the power button and put a Qi-enabled phone on the power bank for charging.

Press and hold the power button for 2 seconds to charge your low-current devices (like Bluetooth headphones and fitness trackers).

Charge two devices at once with 18W total output

Capacity: 10000mAh / 38.5Wh

Micro-USB Input: 5V 2A, 9V 2A

USB-C Input: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V 3A, 9V 2A

USB-C Output: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A

Output: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5–6V 3A, 6–9V 2A, 9–12V 1.5A

Wireless Charging Output: 5W, 7.5W, 10W

Max Power Output: 18W

Dimensions: 14.4 x 6.7 x 1.7cm

Weight: 227g What’s the box: 1 x AUKEY PB-Y32 10000mAh Wireless Charging Power Bank

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AUKEY PB-Y32 and PB-Y24 Power Bank Review. Portable Power for Big to Small

I’ve used the AUKEY PB-Y32 and PB-Y24 for a few weeks, and despite mostly never leaving my house, these power banks have been nice to have around.

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It feels a little weird to be reviewing power banks at a time when more people are staying home than ever. These are accessories that mainly exist for those times when you’re out and about, not near a power outlet. But that’s not the only time a power bank can be useful. I’ve been using the AUKEY PB-Y32 and PB-Y24 for a couple of weeks, and despite mostly never leaving my house, they’ve been nice to have around.

While the names of these two power banks aren’t very attractive, the functionality they offer is pretty great. The AUKEY PB-Y32 is a pretty typical mobile power bank with 10,000mAh capacity, 18W Power Delivery (PD), and wireless charging. The AUKEY PB-Y24, on the other hand, is the more interesting of the two. It has a capacity of 26,800mAh and 65W PD capable of charging laptops.


Key Specifications

  • Capacity: 10,000mAh / 38.5Wh
  • Micro-USB In: 5V 2A, 9V 2A
  • USB-C In: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V 3A, 9V 2A
  • USB-C Out: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
  • USB-A Out: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5–6V 3A, 6–9V 2A, 9–12V 1.5A
  • Wireless Charging Output: 5W, 7.5W, 10W

As I mentioned above, the AUKEY PB-Y32 is the more traditional offering. This is the type of power bank you’re probably familiar with. It has a compact footprint that can easily fit in a bag or There are three ports: Quick Charge 3.0 USB-A output, USB-C PD input/output, and a micro-USB input. The bank comes with a short USB-C to USB-C cable in the box.

The design is as utilitarian as most power banks. The ports are all on the bottom side along with five indicator lights, and the power button is on the left side. The purpose of these lights is a little confusing at first, along with the function of the power button. You may not think you need to read the user manual for a battery pack, but this is one time where I really needed it.

When you press the power button, all five lights will turn on. The four small white lights show the remaining power. The fifth light is orange and it indicates when the wireless charging feature is active. Wireless charging is only active for about 15 seconds when you first turn the device on, after which it will turn off if you haven’t placed a device on top. The orange light slowly blinks when a device is wirelessly charging.

Wireless Charging

The top of the battery pack is covered in very grippy rubber. If the lightning bolt icon isn’t enough of a clue, this is where you place your phone for wireless charging. The rubber does a great job of making sure your phone stays in the correct position, but it’s also a huge dust magnet. I don’t think I’ve ever used a product that picks up as much dust as this rubbery power bank.

Wireless charging begins at 5W. If no other devices are charging, it will automatically bump up to 7.5W or 10W depending on the device. You can press the power button while using wired charging to enable wireless charging. If you do that, wired charging is limited to 15W and wireless charging will be at 5W.

Wired Charging

Wired charging works exactly how you would expect. Simply plug in the included cable or a cable of your own and connect a device. You can only fast charge one device at a time. The USB-C PD port has an 18W charging speed, which can fast charge most Android smartphones. The USB-A Quick Charge 3.0 port can also quickly charge compatible Android devices, but it downgrades to 12W for any non-Quick Charge compatible phone.

One thing to note is there’s a delay when switching from standard speed to fast charging. If there are two devices charging and you switch to just one USB-C PD device, it will take 10 seconds to switch over to fast charging.

Low-Current Charging Mode

One interesting feature that I haven’t noticed on many other power banks is a Low-Current charging mode. This mode is for charging devices below 60mA, such as wireless headphones or some fitness bands. You can try this mode if you notice a small device isn’t charging in the standard mode.

To enable Low-Current charging, press and hold the power button for 2 seconds. The first of the four white indicator lights will turn green when this mode is enabled. The power bank will automatically switch back to standard charging after 2 hours in this Low-Current mode.


Something I haven’t mentioned yet is the battery capacity, which is 10,000mAh. That’s a great capacity for a power bank of this size, which only weighs about 8 ounces. I was able to top off my phone at the end of the day several times before needing to juice up the bank again, and charging the bank doesn’t take long, especially with 18W PD.

I’ve used a few power banks similar to the AUKEY PB-Y32, including the Mophie Powerstation Hub, which I also reviewed. One of the things I really liked about the Powerstation was the integrated AC outlet prongs. It meant you never had to worry about having a cable to charge the actual power bank. That’s something I really miss with the PB-Y32. Thankfully, it does take micro-USB or USB-C for charging the bank, so you should have a cable nearby.

Other than that, this is a very solid and well-built power bank. Having wireless charging wherever you want is great. I found myself using that a lot as I sat at my desk. The Low-Current mode was also very useful for my headphones, which don’t charge well over normal currents.

  • Compact size, clean design
  • Wireless charging is handy, especially fast wireless charging
  • Rubber top makes it easy to find wireless charging sweet spot
  • USB-C PD is great
  • Quick Charge 3.0 is a nice option
  • Low-Current mode is very useful for some devices
  • Comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable
  • Can’t charge a device (wired) while recharging the bank
  • Rubber top is an insane dust magnet
  • Purpose of the light indicators is a little confusing
  • Does not come with wall charger


Key Specifications

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  • Capacity: 26,800mAh / 99.16Wh
  • USB-C 1 In: 5V 3A, 9V 3A, 12V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 2.25A
  • USB-C 1 Out: 5V 3A, 9V 3A, 12V 3A, 15V 3A, 20V 3.25A
  • USB-C 2 Out: 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
  • USB-A Out: 5V–6V 3A, 6V–9V 2A, 9V–12V 1.5A

Of the two power banks, this is the one I was most excited about. I’ve used a lot of power banks in the past, but I’ve never had one capable of charging my laptop. With so many laptops these days coming with USB-C for charging, this is something more and more people can use. The AUKEY PB-Y24 can do that and more.

Compared to the PB-Y32, this is a much chunkier power bank. The reason for that is the large 26,800mAh battery capacity. You’re probably not going to stick this thing in your. but it can still be easily stored in a bag. AUKEY includes a nice carrying pouch for it as well, which I’ve pretty much kept on the entire time.

There are three ports on the AUKEY PB-Y24: Quick Charge 3.0 USB-A output, USB-C PD output, and USB-C PD input/output. These three ports are on the bottom edge along with the indicator lights and the power button. The lights show the battery level and they indicate when you’re in Low-Current mode. It comes with one USB-C to USB-C cable.

Wired Charging

The AUKEY PB-Y24 is all about wired charging and it can do that very well thanks to the 65W USB-C PD port. That high output is what allows this power bank to charge laptops. As mentioned, there are three output ports for charging. The 65W port that you’ll want to use for laptops is the one labeled as In/Out. It is possible to charge a laptop with the other ports, but you’ll likely see a warning about the device charging slowly.

As with the previous power bank, the Quick Charge 3.0 port only supports Quick Charge compatible smartphones, otherwise, it downgrades to 12W charging speed. The USB-C port labeled as Output has a max speed of 18W, which will do fast charging on most Android smartphones.

The 65W USB-C output is downgraded to 45W if you are using both USB-C ports. 45W is still a great speed for charging a laptop, which means you can easily charge a phone and laptop at the same time. That’s an extremely handy thing to have. If you are using either USB-C port with the USB-A port, the max output is only up to 15W per device.

Wired Re-charging

I normally wouldn’t dedicate a section to charging the power bank itself, but with a battery capacity of this size, it does matter. The AUKEY PB-Y24 has a 26,800mAh battery, so the charging speed you use will greatly impact the time it takes. It can be charged at 12W, 18W, or 45W. You likely got a 12W or 18W charger with your smartphone; 45W is more likely to have come with your laptop.

My laptop uses USB-C for charging and it came with a 45W power adapter. Using that, I was able to charge the power bank pretty quickly. If time is not an issue, you’ll be fine with any charger you have. just know it may take longer. Also, be sure to plug it into the port labeled In/Out.

Laptop Charging

The ability to charge a laptop is a big selling point for me. Even before the world went into lockdown mode, I was not someone who was on the go a lot. I’m much more likely to run the battery of my laptop down to zero than my smartphone. Even in the comfort of my own home, there are places I like to use my laptop that aren’t near an outlet.

It’s been really nice to be able to grab the power bank and sit wherever I want, especially if I forget to charge up my laptop overnight. The laptop I use is the Asus Chromebook Flip C302, which has great battery life on account of being a Chrome OS device. I can charge up the laptop several times before needing to recharge the power bank. Once I am able to leave my house and work at a coffee shop again, I can see this being a constant in my bag. No more scoping out a seat next to an outlet.

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Low-Current Charging Mode

Just like the PB-Y32, the AUKEY PB-Y24 has the Low-Current charging mode. It works in the exact same way as the other power bank. Simply hold down the power button for 2 seconds to enable this mode, indicated by an orange light.


I really like the AUKEY PB-Y24. Obviously, it depends on your lifestyle and gadget usage, but for me, this is the power bank to get. I’ve used a lot of mobile battery packs in the past and while I love the concept, they didn’t find their way into my daily life. A power bank that can not only charge my phones but also my laptop is much more powerful (by multiple definitions).

A power bank like this is more expensive, but it also offers more versatility. You can charge basically every gadget you own, from the high-powered laptop to the tiny wireless earbuds. If you’re someone who works from a laptop a lot, I think this is a great product to add to your arsenal. I can also see this being great for road trips and camping in areas that don’t have power.

  • 65W charging for laptops is awesome
  • 26,800mAh capacity lasts a long time
  • Quick Charge 3.0 is a nice option
  • Low-Current mode is handy
  • Can be recharged at 45W
  • Comes with an attractive carry pouch and USB-C to USB-C cable
  • Does not come with wall charger

AUKEY Wireless 10,000mAh Power Bank with 18W PD PB-Y32 Review

This new power bank from AUKEY is a jack-of-all trades: not only does it provide normal USB 5V ⎓ 2.4A charging as you would come to expect from most power banks, it also has a built-in wireless Qi charging pad, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 output and 18W Power Delivery output!


The AUKEY PB-Y32 is a multi-textured power bank, feature smooth plastic around most of it with a soft, tacky surface on top to help hold your phone in place while charging on the wireless Qi pad. On the front of the power bank is a regular USB-A output, a USB-C input/output port, and a Micro USB input. There are also 5 LEDs: The first LED beside the Micro USB port is an amber light indicating that wireless charging is enabled. The other 4 white LEDs indicate the power remaining in the power bank. The dimensions of this power bank are 5.67″ x 2.64″ x 0.67″ and it weighs 8.01 ounces.


  • Qi wireless charging: Tapping the power button once will enable the Qi wireless charging pad located on the top of the power bank. An amber LED will light. Initially, the wireless charging pad will output 5W and if no other devices are connected to the power bank (and your phone supports it), the charging will increase to 7.5W or 10W. If no Qi device is detected, the wireless pad will automatically turn off after 15 seconds. Please note that the power bank cannot accept an incoming charge from another Qi wireless charging.
  • Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0: The USB-A port can output up to 12 volts if a compatible Quick Charge device is connected. Otherwise, it will output the normal 5V ⎓ 2.4A standard for phones and tablets.
  • USB-C Power Delivery: The USB-C port can output up to 12V ⎓ 1.5A to support fast charging of compatible devices, such as an iPhone 8 or newer.
  • Low-Current Charging Mode: Many Bluetooth headphones and some smaller device such as fitness trackers may draw so little power that most power banks don’t detect them and stop charging prematurely. You can enable a “Low Current Charging Mode” for such devices so that the USB port stays on. To enable this mode, hold down the power button for 2 seconds until you see one of the LEDs turn green. This mode automatically turns off after 2 hours.
  • 10,000mAh capacity: Enough to charge many smartphones 3 to 4 times via wired charging (wireless charging is less efficient on all chargers).


The power bank can output up to 18 watts via the Power Delivery USB-C port, which I found to be cable of charging my Dell Chromebook. This can also be used to charge other devices such as an iPhone 8 or newer (with a USB-C-to-Lightning cable, not included) or other USB-C devices such as the Nintendo Switch.

As you can see in the photo below, the power bank was able to deliver 18 watts (approximately 9V ⎓ 2A) to my Dell Chromebook. This can effectively charge compatible laptops when the laptop is powered off, but may not be enough power to charge and use the laptop at the same time depending on what you’re doing on the laptop while it is on.

Technical Specs

USB-C Input: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓2A

USB-C Output: (18W Power Delivery 3.0) 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓2A, 12V⎓1.5A

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USB Output: (Quick Charge 3.0) 5–6V⎓3A, 6–9V⎓2A, 9–12V⎓1.5A

With an impressive feature set including wireless Qi charging, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and Power Delivery (18W), the AUKEY power bank packs a lot of charging options in a small, lightweight power bank.

Hands on: Aukey power banks keep your gear charged while you’re on the go

Aukey‘s new power banks are ideal for recharging devices with dramatically different power needs. One will wirelessly charge your phone, while the other can keep your bigger gear.- like a Nintendo Switch or MacBook Pro.- topped up while you travel.

Aukey USB-C Power Bank charging a Nintendo Switch Lite

If you’re like us, any time you travel, you bring along a ton of tech.- laptops, phones, game consoles, cameras, headphones, and more. Like us, you’re probably always on the lookout for power banks that can help keep your gear charged while you’re out and about.

Aukey allowed us to take a look at two of their new power banks, perfect for charging portables on the go.

Aukey Wireless Power Bank

Aukey Wireless Power Bank

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The first thing we noticed is the size of the Aukey Wireless Power Bank. It’s a bit larger than an iPhone 11, but not heavy.

It fits comfortably in a laptop bag or backpack, though it does take up a fair bit of real estate in a purse or back If you’re a person who prefers to travel light, it may be a bit on the bulky side, but we didn’t think it was too big to take with us most places.

The build quality of the Wireless Power Bank is sound. The non-slip surface keeps your iPhone from tumbling off onto the floor, and all the ports are sufficiently tight when you plug a cable into them.

Aukey Wireless Power Bank’s ports, allowing you to charge via a wired connection

The battery itself is a 10,000mAh battery capable of 5 Watt, 7.5 Watt, and 10 Watt wireless output. If you plug a cable into it, the Aukey PB-Y32 can offer 18W through the connection. If you’ve got an iPhone 11, you can expect to charge your phone fully almost three times.

Wireless charging with the Wireless Power Bank is excellent, and was able to charge an iPhone 11 up to 50% in just barely over a half-hour. It can also charge wearables, such as your Apple Watch and your Airpods or Airpods Pro.

You’ll get a bit of a faster charge if you directly plug in a Lightning cable.- which, you’ll have to provide yourself.- but the convenience of dropping your phone on a wireless charger can’t be denied.

Overall, the Aukey Wireless Power Bank is a solid choice if you’re looking for a portable wireless charger. It’s certainly not the smallest charger, but the convenience of getting nearly three full charges combined with the wireless charging capabilities makes it feel right at home in our tech go-bag.

Priced at only 33.99, you can get your own Aukey Wireless Power Bank from Amazon.

Aukey USB-C Power Bank

If you’re looking for a truly beefy charger, the Aukey USB-C Power Bank may be more up your alley. Sure, you can use it to charge your phone, but it can charge so much more.

The benefit of this charger is a bit more circumstantial, we’ll admit, but we do enjoy having it around. It’s a 65W, 26,800mAh charger that is only slightly smaller than a Nintendo Switch Lite.

Incidentally, that’s something you can charge with this power bank as well. Aukey suggests using it to charge your Nintendo Switch, 13 MacBook Pro, Google Pixelbook Go, or your iPad.

We found that it worked great when tossed in a backpack and hooked up to our Switch Lite, perfect for recharging after a particularly long Animal Crossing session.

We tested the Aukey USB-C Power Bank with our 15-inch MacBook Pro as well, and while it charged slower, it’s an option.

Again, the best use-case scenario is connecting it to your MacBook while you’re not actively using it. However, as long as you’re not doing anything that is fully taxing the battery, you’ll still manage to charge your MacBook Pro without hunting for an outlet.

The USB-C Power Bank also comes equipped with built-in safeguards to prevent overcharging, overheating, and excessive currents, meaning its safe to charge lower-power devices like wearables.

We think the Aukey USB-C Power Bank could easily be indispensable for anyone who travels with larger devices. If you want to get your own, you can head over to Amazon, where the USB-C Power Bank retails for 79.99. You may want to act fast, as they have been known to sell out quickly.

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