In this era of mobile Internet, mobile phones have become an “organ” of modern people.
We can go without leaving, you can’t take your mobile phone. A mobile phone can meet our various needs of office, shopping, entertainment, and social. However, in the use of such high-frequency mobile phones, one reality that we have to face is the power consumption problem.
Remember the last time you found the horror of the mobile phone power supply only 5%? The phone has no electricity, it has been with no wifi, and it is slow to load and is called “the three major tragedies of life.”
In this context, “power bank” came into being. The birth of the power bank perfectly solves the anxiety and insecurity that modern people have caused by the lack of power in their mobile phones. Imagine that when you find that there are 5% of the phone left, you will unscrupulously take out a 20,000 mAh power bank from the bag and plug it in… The whole world has returned to calm.
Having said so many “power bank”, You know the authenticity of “power bank”.
Many students said that this is not easy, phone charger!
Please note that “Charging Po” and “Mobile Charger” are two different concepts. “Mobile Charger” can indeed be called “phone charger”, but it looks like this:
The charger in the above picture is to connect your mobile phone to AC power. Through the function of the transformer, the current is converted into a voltage suitable for the mobile phone and charged into the mobile phone. The essence of the “charging treasure” we often say is a “electricity library”. This is the place where the “storage” of electricity is used. This concept has a very appropriate expression in English: power bank
In addition, I think the “charging treasure” is more authentic in English as follows:
Charge has the meaning of “charging” in English, for example: I need to charge my phone. (I have to charge the phone.) And pal is a particularly fun word, the original meaning means “good partner, good buddy, good friend.” “, in English there are pen pal (pen pal), Pay pal (PayPal, the US online payment platform, similar to “Alipay”).