With Back to School comes all the Back to School tech. My kiddos are required to use laptops and tablets and as much as we try to remember to plug them in after school so they are ready to go the next morning, that just doesn’t always happen. So one of our must-have Back To School tech gadgets is a great power bank. Our favorite for this year is the Belkin Pocket Power 5K. It’s the perfect tech accessory for the classroom.
If you have a lot of gadgets to keep powered up this school year than this power bank will be your best friend. My kiddos always keep one on hand just in case they need it. It’s great for all the tech at home too. My daughter is a Pokemon Go fanatic and will spend hours out playing so her Belkin power bank is a must-have for after school gaming too.
With a slim, lightweight power bank (aka portable charger) in your bag or pocket, it’s easy to charge up anywhere. 5,000 mAh can recharge a state-of-the-art smartphone up to 1.5 times over, providing an additional 19 hours of call time or 11 hours of web browsing. The universal USB-A port delivers up to 2.4 amp to quickly and safely charge your favorite devices. With a 2.0 amp input, the battery recharges quickly between uses.
Has one USB port for easy charging access. I love that it’s on the end so you can slide it into your backpack pocket and plug into it hands-free. Comes in black, pink, or gray colors. Of course, my girls love the pink. It’s lightweight and easy for them to carry with them all day at school. Its the perfect back to school accessory.
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