Fingers claims that the power bank features the 'Power Delivery (PD)' fast-charging technology, and 'Quick Charge (QC)' technology
to reduce its self-charging time by almost 40 per cent.
The power bank is lightweight and slim enough to fit into the pocket of your denims. The matte finish gives it a clean look and there are two dedicated USB-A and USB Type-C ports (18W power delivery) for connectivity. The power button is on the right, with LED indicators to show the battery level.
We used the power bank to charge a phone with a 3,500mAh battery. It took around an hour to charge it to around 40-45 per cent with the wireless charging
feature. We felt the wireless charging
was a bit slow but highly convenient. You could simply place a phone on the portable charge and remove without any hassle of disconnecting the charging cable. In terms of quick charging, the result with the wired feature was a bit better.
Fingers also claims that you could even juice up your laptop battery using the portable charger, but we didn't go that far.
The wireless charging is a feature most of us will love. And it's something that sets this power bank apart from other portable chargers. The lightweight power bank is priced at Rs 2,999, which seems a bit heavy on the pocket. However, considering the features and performance, the price tag is justified.
The Fingers Pro Wireless (PD-QC) power bank can be quite useful if your phone supports wireless charging.