Instapark? New MP3450E-60 27,000 mAh Dual External Battery Pack & Universal Charger USB Port for Dell, IBM, Lenovo, HP, HTC Laptops, Netbooks, Computers, iPad2, iPad, iPhone 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch (1G 2G 3G 4G 5G), Motorola Droid, HTC Android Phone, Blackberry, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, HTC flyer and much more (Black)
One battery powers it all! The Instapark MP3450-60 Universal Rechargeable Battery is designed to provide power to your notebook computer, MP3 player, portable DVD player or other electronic devices. The battery acts as a supplemental power source to the internal battery found in your electronic device. It is a great option for extending the operating life of your notebook, PDA, digital camera, cell phone or other portable electronic device between charges. It has selectable voltages up to 19V and powers / charges a laptop and another portable device simultaneously via the USB port. This mobile power source comes in two separate battery packs seamlessly connected with included brackets and built-in connectors. These two battery packs can be easily and conveniently put together and take apart in a matter of seconds. In total, it has a whopping capacity of total 27,000 mAh.
Most portable devices are often in need of recharging after just 2 to 4 hours of use. With the MP3450-60, you can enjoy many hours of extended playing time on notebook computers, portable DVD players, digital cameras, camcorders, MP3 players, portable CD players, mobile phones, and other portable consumer electronic products. No more worries about whether or not to turn off your phone to save enough power to make an important phone call, or how to keep your child entertained in the backseat during a long drive.
Output 1: DC 8.4 / 12 / 16 / 19 volts
Output 2: DC 5V / USB
Battery type: Lithium Polymer
Charging Time: 4 hours
Capacity 100 Wh
Dimensions: 3 ? x 2 ? x 6 ? inches
Weight 1 lb 14 oz
What’s in the box:
MP3450-60 dual battery pack
100-240V Universal AC Adapter
12V DC charging cable (cigarette lighter adapter)
DC output charging cable
Output charging tip: 7
How to choose the best portable charger
Physical Size : Portable chargers come in all shapes, sizes and weight. Physical size and battery capacity go hand in hand. If you are looking for an ultra portable charger, you will have to sacrifice the battery size.
Battery Capacity : You will want to determine how much power you need and how often you will want to charge your power bank. If you are just looking for a power bank to keep your bag in an emergency, a power bank with less than 5,000 mAh will suffice. If you want to use your power bank several times before recharging it, point to one with more than 10.00 mAh.
USB ports : The more ports the power bank has, the more devices you can charge. Many chargers come with 2 ports: 1A port and 2.1A port.
Charging Output : Most portable chargers will come with either 1A or 2.1A output port or both. These numbers indicate the maximum charge rate in amps. Therefore, the higher the amperage, the faster the device charges, assuming it is compatible. A 1A output port is suitable for most smartphones, while old phones (such as feature phones and mobile phones) require a 0.5A port. Tablets, iPads require a 2.1A outport for great charging. Power banks capable of carrying portable computers are likely to come with a 3A port.
Case and material : If you plan to use your outdoor outdoor battery, you want to choose one made of durable materials like aluminum or silicone.
5 tips to increase the battery life of your mobile phone
The most current gadget is powered by lithium-ion . They are quite different from batteries used in older devices, such as nickel-cadmium , and some procedures that help extend the life of older batteries may have the opposite effect on newer technologies. See five tips for your cell phone’s battery not to leave you in the hand with little time to use.
If you are going to charge the phone at night, remove the
Most smartphones today are smart enough to stop powering the battery when the charge reaches 100% , so there’s no need to worry about that. But if you go to sleep with a cell phone in the socket, it’s a good idea to take off the hood: lithium-ion batteries are extremely sensitive to heat and the measurement can increase their life.
Do not store the battery empty.
An empty battery is unstable, and can cause serious injury if it is taken out of the drawer after one or two months of use. Ideally, you store your battery with about 40% of the charge . It tends to lose something between 5% and 10% of the energy stored each month spent in idleness, a security rate good enough to prevent explosions when it is put into the power outlet.
Do not let yourself beat 0% or 100% frequently
Modern batteries do not like extremes. Ideally, if possible, always carry it from 40% to 80%. A full recharge cycle is exhausting and the battery life is shortened.
Make small daily refills
Contrary to what most parents think, the lithium-ion batteries used in modern cell phones do not suffer from memory problems like their older relatives, those of nickel-cadmium. That is, they will not hook up at 80% if you do not have time to leave the phone in the socket until it reaches 100%. On the contrary, small daily recharges , which keep the level above half, help increase battery life.
Do not use the fast charge mode
Lithium-ion batteries are sensitive to heat and sudden variations in electrical voltage . They prefer everything to happen slowly and always. The fast charging option available on some Android devices , therefore, can even break a branch from time to time, but it is very harmful to the health of the device.