It is almost a tragedy when our mobile device’s battery dies. What are we to do? How are our friends, colleagues, and family going to get a hold of us? What’s happening on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vine? You’re completely in the dark when your phone is dead. Fear no longer. Get yourself the Luxa2 P1 7000mAh High Capacity Battery & Charger to always have a backup power source. While 7000mAh might seem like a lot of power, how much is it really? Can it keep your favorite devices powered while you’re on the go? Continue reading to find out.
We bumped into Nectar’s Ken Lazarus while walking past the Brookstone booth, completely out of happenstance. In doing so, we stumbled upon one of the neatest tools we have yet encountered at CES 2013: the Nectar fuel cell mobile charger. Through the use of a special chip fabricated by Intel and a butane fuel pack, the Nectar charger can supply 10-20 full charges of a smartphone. This enables not only intraday charging, but days or even weeks away from electricity. The Nectar will retail at Brookstone for $299 with $10 fuel cells, which are one-time use but have recyclable casing.
Phones, cameras, and other mobile devices are power hogs. Those who have moved to smartphones have to plan ahead if it’ll be more than ~20 hours before they’ll next be near a power outlet. A dead battery means disconnection, which means the device isn’t receiving messages, which means business isn’t getting done. Fortunately, a new class of portable batteries has hit the market. Prices on these devices are dropping, and they are diversifying in capacity and features. Once such device is the subject of this review, the Kiwi U-Powered Charger. This device sports a 2000 mAh capacity, multiple charging tips, and, as its name indicates, an array of photovoltaic cells for sun-powered recharging. ThinkComputers has the review…
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