There are plenty of things to keep in mind when you’re playing on the Oculus Go, and battery life is one of them. Using a battery backup is one way to easily power your device without having to sacrifice any playtime. The RAVPower Portable Power Bank is our top choice for size and battery power, but make sure you check out all these great options to see what is best for you!
RAVPower Portable Power Bank
RAVPower is a great option for recharging mid-game if you don’t mind spending extra money on it. This charger has a 22,000 mAh capacity, charges over micro USB, and has 3 USB ports, so you can recharge your Oculus Go and your phone at the same time.
Multiple charging options
AUKEY Power Delivery Power Bank
The AUKEY power bank features USB-C Power Delivery input and output, as well as two USB-A ports — including a QC 3.0 port. It only has a 10,000 mAh capacity, but it has fast-charging abilities! When you don’t need to charge the Oculus Go, it’s perfect for phones and tablets too!
Portable, thin, and easy
This 20,000 mAh power bank can charge two devices at once thank to its twin USB-A ports. It even features safety options to protect your devices from overheating, overcharging, and excessive currents during a charge!
The best budget option
TONV Power Bank
The TONV is a 10000 mAh power bank with two inputs —micro USB and USB-C — and two USB-A outputs to charger your Oculus and another accessory while you play. The incredibly small and light design makes it ideal for charging your Oculus Go when you’re on the move.
The bite-sized option
Poweradd Slim 2 Most Compact External Battery
This battery looks small but packs in the power with its 5,000 mAh capacity. You can easily plug your Oculus Go into it and conceal the nearly lipstick-sized power bank almost anywhere. It even comes in multiple colors like blue, green, pink, red, and black!
Not only is the RAVPower an adequate price and form factor, but it comes with those two added bonuses of extra charging cables. It can charge a phone up to four times or charge your Oculus Go 2-3 times before it needs to be recharged. This gives you a total 9 hours of gameplay without having to take the headset off!
December 23, 2018 at 10:20AM