Tuesday, September 26, 2017

RAVPower 26,800mAh 3-Port 5.5A Portable Chager

We’ve continuously reviewed plenty of because RAVPOWER 26800MAH are able to provide the ultimate charging experience. It’s important to remember that these kinds of chargers have a capacity that’s so large that it could last for days or even weeks without needing to be recharged. These chargers are basically the equivalent to a wall charger, just as any other power bank is, but in this case, these can last for a long time and usually have fast charging capabilities.

Of course, the first major power aspect of this charger is its power capacity, which is 26,800mAh. The RAVPower charger does not use Panasonic Battery cells, instead, it uses A Grade Lithium batteries that are usually used in most power banks. As a result, the heat during charging will have an effect on the power capacity and the conversion rate can suffer quite a bit. Although it isn’t too bad depending on how many devices you’re charging and how fast they’re charging at. So we’re approximating that you’re going to charge about 2 devices at once with this 3 Port power bank, that’s going to be able to get you about 23,000mAh of power.

With that concluded, charging 3 devices at the same time could result in even less power capacity than that. Although with an Output power capacity of 23,000mAh the RAVPower power bank is still capable of charging nearly any smartphones 6 times or more. Even tablets are going to charge relatively lots of times, especially if we’re talking about the iPad mIni 2 and 4 versions with their lower battery capacities that’ll be able to charge 2 full times.

Whichever way you experience this power bank, the “High Capacity” part of the charger is always going to stand true and with a power capacity this big, you can expect to be taking it nearly anywhere or using it for emergencies.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Beware of These 6 Assumptions in Your Startup

It’s easier to dream than to do, and by necessity, entrepreneurs are some of the the most daring dreamers around.

However, they also have to be the "doers" to make those dreams reality. And to get there, each entrepreneur has to figure out this "doing" part. Even when you're sure you've got your industry figured out down to a science, you'll find hurdles along the way to success.
Yet by keeping an open mind and lending an ear to advice from the experts in your field, you'll succeed -- especially if you avoid the following assumptions as you move your startup to launch. 

Saturday, April 8, 2017

5 Business Lessons From Billionaire Mentors

If you scour the Internet looking for tips on entrepreneurship, you can read forever. Unfortunately, a lot of the advice is of mixed quality and comes from people who haven’t necessarily succeeded at anything. To me, the “who” behind the advice matters as much as the “what,” because ultimately, you have to believe that the person giving you advice has actually been in your shoes.

This is why I’ve built my startup strategy using advice from billionaire mentors such as Mark Cuban and Richard Branson. They are the ultimate sounding board. I can test my ideas with them and feel confident that I will get honest feedback based on their depth of experience and success. Here, I’d like to share the five most important business lessons these billionaire mentors have inspired.

Monday, April 3, 2017

The 8 Key Rules of Starting the Business of Your Dreams on a Shoestring Budget

A few years ago, before the Internet was pervasive, before everyone carried a smartphone and before do-it-yourself software tools were available for free, it was difficult to reach a critical mass of new customers without spending a million dollars on a website, custom software and television advertising. Now you can match a big company with worldwide reach for a few thousand dollars.

It’s a new age for aspiring entrepreneurs, where anyone with a dream or a hobby should be turning it into a business. The bad news is that many are already doing it, with competition growing, so the longer you wait, the less chance you have of getting there first. The good news is that most haven’t learned the new rules, so there is still room to surge ahead of the crowd.

Here are some of the key new rules I have learned by starting my own company, investing as an angel in other startups and mentoring many more new entrepreneurs over the last few years: