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Freedom Mobile Power bank (Mini USB)

Posted Feb 02 2013 5:51am
In earlier critiques we've looked at transportable energy options within the form of the Powertraveller Powermonkey eXplorer along with the iGo PowerXtender, each of which supply power on the go to various handheld devices by means of the usage of power ideas (or "monkeynuts") certain for the specific device kind.

Within this review we are looking at the Freedom power bank portable charger which rather than try and cater for almost everything is tailored specifically for devices that utilise a mini USB port for charging. This does slightly limit its' marketplace, however, all BlackBerry and HTC devices tend to utilize this form of power interface as well as a great deal of mobile telephone companies are starting to adhere to suit.

The Freedom usb portable mobile charger device is manufactured out of aluminum with a black gloss finish and has dimensions of 14 x 38 x 84 mm, generating it easily modest sufficient to carry alongside a phone/PDA. The lid in the device is magnetic and can be attached for the base while in use in order that it's harder to lose. The battery in the heart from the Freedom Mobile Power device is definitely an 1800mAH lithium polymer battery capable of charging HTCs/BlackBerrys as much as two times, equivalent to roughly 9 hours of extra talk time. Charge time on the device itself if roughly 4 hours by way of a mains power point and take slightly longer when charged from a computer USB port. A series of three LEDs report around the existing charge state in the device (Orange - charging, Green - completely charged, Red - charging telephone) which make usage very clear and simple.

In summary, that is yet another very valuable device specifically created for company HTC/BlackBerry customers spending a lot of time travelling. It appears tough and properly manufactured and is a good contender within the transportable energy options market.

James Youell may be the founder and 1 of the editors for Pc Takeaway a site dedicated to independently reviewing Pc and mobile communications hardware and computer software.

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