Welcome back to another episode of AUAAAA also known as Ask Us Anything where we gather your questions from the internet and answer them. In today’s video, what’s the best power bank and also are tablets relevant in 2022?All of these and more on today’s episode.
What’s the best power bank to get
There’s actually a bunch of powerbanks for you to choose from and sometimes it can be really overwhelming. To choose the best one is also pretty subjective because it really depends on your needs and budget.
But here’s what we recommend.If you are on a budget, you can get the Xiaomi Mi Powerbank 3 which is priced at RM79.90. It supports 18W output and a 20,000mAh battery, which is useful if you are going on a long trip. There’s also a 2 USB port and a USB-C port where you can charge 3 devices simultaneously. You also get to choose a free case for your powerbank so you will get the extra protection if you are someone who drops your stuff often. However, there’s no wireless charging.
But if you need a wireless charging power bank, you can consider the Aukey PD QC 3.0 Fast Charging Power Bank. It is slightly more expensive than the ones I recommend just now but it does come with 10W wireless charging. Besides that it also has an 18W power output, a 10,000mAh battery and it is priced at RM109.
Alex also suggested the Mi WirelessPower Bank. This powerbank is priced at RM85 and it comes with a 10,000mAh battery. It also supports 10W wireless charging and 22.5W wired charging. So if you need the extra speed, you can definitely go for this. You can also charge 3 devices simultaneously with this powerbank, which is great if you have multiple devices with you.
Is it safe to buy a TV outside of Malaysia?
Sometimes it can be really tempting to get items from outside of Malaysia because they are so cheap. But I wouldn’t recommend you to get them.
First things first, TV is a fragile item and you would not want to risk your TV from breaking especially if it’s from somewhere far away, like in your case in China. You will not know what is going to happen during the process of shipping your TV to Malaysia. And if it breaks when it reaches your hand, you will also have to find a way to contact the seller and ask for a replacement which will take a really really long time.
Secondly, there’s the warranty issue. Unless the TV has an international warranty, it is almost impossible to claim warranty or a request for a replacement from the local service centre. It’s more likely that you’ll have to send back the item to China which is a huge hassle. I would highly recommend getting a TV that comes with official local warranty.
Are tablets relevant in 2022?
Yes they are. Personally I am someone who uses a tablet more than a laptop or PC because first things first, I don’t play a lot of games.
I spend most of my time watching videos or Netflix and I like drawing on Procreate using an iPad. And even if I need to do some work, I can access Google Docs or Google Spreadsheet on the tablet. They are also so easy to carry around because they are usually more portable and lighter compared to a laptop.
But this is more to do with personal preference. Some may like using a laptop and some may prefer working on a tablet.