AOHI Magcube 30000mAh

AOHI Magcube 30000mAh

The AOHI 30000mAh is a powerful power bank that can even charge laptops. You just need to make sure not to take it on flights.

AOHI 30000mAh PD at a glance

Key specs


30000 mAh

111 Wh

Dimensions (LxWxH)

6.02 x 3.46 x 0.98 in

15.29 x 8.79 x 2.49 cm


18.7 oz / 530 g

Charging technology

Charging time: 2 h

Adaptive charging

High speed charging

Qualcomm Quick Charge

Power Delivery (PD)

Low-current charging

PBE metrics



357.43 mAh/$


56.60 mAh/g

1604.28 mAh/oz


USB Type A

USB Type A

Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/1.5A (18W Max)
USB Type C

USB Type C

Input: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/5A (100W Max)
Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/5A (100W Max)

Flight status

Between 101 Wh and 160 Wh

Status: Special Permit

The power bank is between 101 and 160 Wh. You will need a special airline permit in order to bring it on board. Read more about it here.

Other features

LED power indicator

Overheating protection

Short circuit protection

Surge protection

Overcurrent protection

Overcharge protection

Overdischarge protection

Charging cable

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AOHI Magcube 30000mAh Review

AOHI is a new name in the power bank market and they’re set on becoming one of the top brands. Today we’ll have a look at the Magcube 30000mAh, one of their first power banks. Let’s dive into the nitty gritty and see if they found a winning formula here. 

Unboxing video

Charging technology

The AOHI Magcube features a 30000mAh battery, one USB-C, one USB-A, and a max power output of 100W, making it a powerful power bank capable of charging devices with high power input. It is worth noting that if you connect another device through USB-A, the USB-C output will drop to 65W, and the USB-A will output 18W.

AOHI charging ports

Because of its capacity and max 100W power output through USB-C PD, you can charge your gaming laptop, which consumes far more power than a standard laptop, or even play on it as if you plugged it into an outlet. 

The USB-C port on this power bank is integrated with Power Delivery (PD) technology, allowing it to not only supply but also receive up to 100W of power. Shedding light on this, the AOHI Magcube 30000mAh can be fully charged in around 2 hours, which is fast compared to most power banks in this price range.

Another feature of this protocol is that when a device is plugged into this USB-C PD, the port automatically initiates communication with the connected gadget to determine its ideal charging requirements. Exchanging this data allows AOHI Magcube 30000mAh to provide a safe, rapid charge for any USB-powered gadget. 

If you’re wondering how many times you can exactly charge your devices with AOHI Magcube 30000mAh, you should note that it depends on what you’re charging and a few other factors. You should also keep in mind that not all of the power stored in it will be transferred to your device. Some of it is wasted or converted to heat during the process. 

Laptop batteries typically have capacities ranging from 4000 to 7000 mAh. Mobile phones may have substantially smaller batteries, with some iPhones having 1900 mAh. However, the AOHI Magcube 30000mAh power bank can charge the iPhone 12 approximately six times, the Samsung Galaxy S21 / S20 5 times, the iPad Pro two times, and the Steam deck two times. You can charge your laptop to full 1-3 times.

AOHI specs

If you’ve decided to purchase this power bank, make sure to buy a 100W wall charger as it is not included in the box and must be purchased separately, but there is one 3ft 100W USB-C to USB-C E-Marker cable.


In terms of size, the AOHI Magcube 30000mAh power bank is 6.02×3.46×0.98 inches (15.2×8.78×2.4 cm). Imagine stacking two mobile phones, one on top of the other, to get a sense of the size of this model.

AOHI 30000mAh side

You can carry it in your backpack; however, a jeans pocket is for sure too tight of a fit. It weighs 1.17lb and might be uncomfortable if you’re trying to travel light. But let’s not overlook the fact that the power bank has a 30000mAh battery, so the size and weight are remarkable for a power bank this size. 

One downside to its large capacity is that you can’t bring your Magcube on flights without prior airline approval because it has a capacity of 108Wh. The maximum battery capacity allowed on planes is 100Wh

Look and Feel

The two-tone design, black and gray, that makes up the AOHI Magcube color scheme, gives the device a stylish, contemporary look.

You might think that the smooth surface would attract fingerprints, but because it is matte rather than glossy, you won’t have to wipe it clean as often. Unlike the countless low-quality plastic power banks that saturate the market, this one has an aluminum body, giving it a premium look and look.

AOHI 30000mAh portable charger

What’s more, the company placed ports, LED indicators, and a power button on the power bank’s corner to make them easier to access. In other words, while charging your gadgets, you won’t have to turn the power bank around to see the battery status of your power bank.

Durability & Build Quality

Just like any portable gadget, power banks are also prone to damage. However, to avoid such disasters, AOHI Magcube 30000mAh features a UL 94V-0-rated housing resistant to drops and shock. Not to mention that the aluminum casing provides additional protection against drops and acts as a heat sink.

AOHI power bank back

Furthermore, the Magcube includes a safety system that protects against overcharge, overvoltage, over-temperature, and short-circuit.

My Experience With the AOHI Magcube

I have multiple large-capacity power banks. And out of them all the Magcuble is noticeably the lightest and most compact. If I didn’t know better, I’d say this is a 20000mAh power bank at most considering its size and weight.

AOHI 30000mAh

But what I like the most about the Magcube is the 100W output that simply demolishes 90% of its competition. Most other high-output power banks offer up to 60W or 80W of power, but there are very few that can deliver 100W like the Magcube. This is why it’s my go-to choice on trips that I expect to charge my Macbook Air.

In fact, it makes a light job out of my Mackbook Air. It can easily power even a Mackbook Pro, or any other power-hungry laptop for that matter.

Last but not least I like the fact that it recharges itself very fast. In a little more than 2 hours, it’s at 100% and ready to go. For its capacity, I’d say that this is no small thing. AOHI really put their best work forward here!

What Others Say About The AOHI Magcube

The silver plating on it is actually aluminum which makes it very well for heat dispersion. During the entire charging, I did not notice any significant heat on it. CasaVerde
I’ve been using it daily this week, and it hasn’t needed daily recharging. Farrukh Ahmad




Large capacity

Very fast charging time

100W power output

Can charge laptops

Compact size




Not TSA approved

No pass-through charging

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for a 30000mAh power bank, then the AOHI Magcube is very difficult to ignore. To go out on a limb, I’d say it’s one of the best deals when it comes to the price/quality ratio. Can you find cheaper alternatives, sure, but they won’t deliver up to 100W of power. The AOHI Magcube is a next-gen power bank and it shows!

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