ATI Electronics, the exclusive OEM partner and distributor for Philips Accessories in India has entered the Indian market with technology products such as Power Banks, Bluetooth headsets, Micro, HDMI and Lightning Cables, Chargers and Surge Protectors among others.
Power Banks are the most popular among mobile accessories. So ATI Electronics has launched 10 models of Power Bank varying from 2600mAh to 13000mAh. In addition, ATI Electronics also launched High-Speed HDMI Cables, fast charging Apple sync and lighting cables.
We recently received the latest power bank from Philips, called the DLP6006/97 11000 mAh power bank and an Apple lightning cable. I have been using it from a month now, and here is my experience with it. It is available for purchase on Flipkart and other online merchants at the best buy of Rs. 1,099.
Philips DLP6006/97 11000 mAh Power Bank & Apple Sync & Charge Cable Specifications
|Key Specs||Philips DLP6006/97 11000 mAh Power Bank|
|Dimensions||14.5 x 6.5x 2.2|
|Input||DC 5V / 1A|
|Output||DC 5V / 1 Amp|
|Key Specs||Philips DLC2508N Sync & Charge Cable|
|Cable Frequency||200 MHz|
Unboxing Philips DLP6006/97
- Philips Power Bank
- 1 Micro USB cable
- User Manual
Philips Power Bank Review
The Philips Power Bank DLP6006/97 is packed inside a white leather sheet which is immaculately stitched at the edges with a good built and finishing. This power bank weighs about 323 grams. The design of the power bank is elegant and definitely looks like a premium one.
It is a bar or rectangular shaped power bank with 3 output ports of 1A each on the left edge. On the front top, there is a Seven segment LED indicator which has blue colored lights that indicate the remaining battery percentage when you press the power button once which is placed just below the LED indicator. It also lights up after connecting any device to the power bank. Other than this, it has 1 input port and a torch bulb on the top side, which can be turned on by long pressing the power button and can be turned off again by the same method.
Talking about Hardware it comes with 11000 mAh capacity Lithium-ion Polymer batteries packed inside, which can be charged using micro USB. There are 3 output ports and one input port. The output port gives 5V/1A current from all three ports. Some additional features include overcharge protection, short circuit protection, over current protection and overload protection. These protective features make it very safe to use.
If I talk about Performance and Battery life, It took me around 8 long hours to fully charge the power bank with 5V/2.1A charger from 0-100%. The sad part is that the power bank does not have quick charge support to make it a better deal for consumers. Once fully charged, you can consume up to 10,000 mAh of juice from the power bank. Which means you can charge a device with 2500 mAh battery 4 times. I noticed impressive thermal control, and heat sensitive mechanism to ensure safety. The torch can be used even after the battery is drained out, but I am not sure if you will really find it useful.
Overall, the performance of the Philips DLP6006/97 11000mAh power bank is decent. It takes a long time to get charged from 0-100% but the conversion rate is quite reasonable looking at other power banks in the same price segment. The good thing about the device is its build quality and features like battery indicator and torch. If you are looking for fast charging power bank with high output Try getting the Xiaomi mAh power bank, in case if you are not able to get one you can go in for the Philips DLP6006/97
It’s Time To Check Out The Apple Lightning Cable –
Well, the Apple lightning cable from Philips does the same charge & sync function like a traditional Apple lightning cable, however, the distinction is the material it’s made of. The Philips DLC250BN is a Nylon meshed cable with a metal case. This could be an ideal option for a traditional iPhone cable which is known for tearing-off after a year as the cable is rubberized plastic.
The Nylon braided cable lasts relatively long as it can be twisted, and can’t be wear-off easily. I’ve tested the charging time and data transfer and it’s almost same as of normal iPhone lightning cable. So, there’s nothing much to talk about other than the material-grade. Honestly speaking, I’ve seen many people crying as their lightning cables cut-off. So, the Philips DLC2508N could be a perfect alternative for iPhone users.