Moshi's IonSlim 10K Portable Battery Offers Big Power in a Tiny Package

Moshi always makes impressive, well-designed gadgets; but the IonSlim 10K ($99.95) in particular packs a lot of power into a slim aluminum shell, reminiscent of anything coming out of Apple these days. As Apple is now shipping devices that charge via USB-C as well as Lighting USB-A cables, there is a need for a portable battery pack like the IonSlim 10K.


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The IonSlim 10K offers two ports, USB-A and USB-C, and delivers 10,000 mAh. It can even charge two devices at once, with one of those devices being a MacBook Pro. It can deliver 30 watts of power, so it's well-suited as an emergency backup power source. I would like to see more color choices, to match Apple gear, but the one color choice is comparable to Apple's Space Gray. It's not cheap, but there is a $54.95 5K version as well.


  • Slim, compact design
  • Aluminum finish
  • Two ports, USB-A and USB-C
  • 10,000 mAh
  • Charge two devices at once


  • Only one color
  • Pricey

Final Verdict

The IonSlim 10K from Moshi packs a lot of power into a light and compact and stylish package. 

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