Philips SCE7640 Portable Power Pack (charge Phones, iPods, PSP, Laptops) £23.90 @ Orange Accessories - HotUKDeals
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This is a Portable Battery. It has a USB port on it so theoretically anything that can charge via its usb cable should work, your phone, or other portable devices, also max 19V Laptop charging if connector is included.

RRPs at something silly £127.58 on amazon, not sure if I would believe that, other shops googled have it for £60 or so, this price seems good for it.

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#1
Here is a review page of the product:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/peripherals/review/2009/05/17/Philips-Power-2-Go-SCE7640-Rechargable-Power-Pack/p1

REview states it works with iPods except 2G Touch and I expect iPhones wont work either, and PSP.

Laptop tips compatibility here:
HERE

tips picture if anyone can figure them out:

http://images.trustedreviews.com/images/article/inline/10874-img6414s.jpg

1.? 2.Old Sony Ericsson 3.Mini USB 4.? 5.Old round Nokia 6. Round Nokia

Ohh importantly I have seen it having a Battery capacity of 2000mah and 8000mah not sure which it is, 2000mah seems low for what it says it can do, hopefully it is 8000mah given its size.
banned#2
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold
#3
Where? :thumbsup:

Peggy Bedford
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold
#4
Peggy Bedford;7332346
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold


If you are going to make that statement then please back it up with where you can get them much cheaper.
#5
Peggy Bedford
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold


is the cheapest around, very hot for me, ordered two, top spot
#6
Peggy Bedford
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold
Yes but its just that the capacity must be why it was overpriced, well ive ordered it

here it says

http://www.outdoorstuff.eu/departments/alternative-energy/batteries-and-chargers/item/987/Philips-SCE7640-Universal-External-Laptop-Battery

8000mA I think it means 8000mAh
#7
Peggy Bedford
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold


Don't be silly. just show where can I get it cheaper. It's very good price. Normally around 100 pound.
banned#8
have a look through the archives

youcan get better models at cheaper prices

not impressed
#9
Peggy Bedford
have a look through the archives

youcan get better models at cheaper prices

not impressed


The only thing I can see you are referring to is this one for £10: http://www.consumer.philips.com/consumer/en/gb/consumer/cc/_productid_SCE4420_10_GB_CONSUMER/Power2Go+SCE4420-10

SCE4420: Battery capacity 900 mHh at 5.6 V (No laptop charging).
SCE7640: Battery capacity 1000 mAh (at 19 V), 3600 mAh (at 5.6 V) (laptop charging)

So, be quiet please.
banned#10
Louis
The only thing I can see you are referring to is this one for £10: http://www.consumer.philips.com/consumer/en/gb/consumer/cc/_productid_SCE4420_10_GB_CONSUMER/Power2Go+SCE4420-10

SCE4420: Battery capacity 900 mHh at 5.6 V (No laptop charging).
SCE7640: Battery capacity 1000 mAh (at 19 V), 3600 mAh (at 5.6 V) (laptop charging)

So, be quiet please.


try again
#12
Peggy Bedford
have a look through the archives

youcan get better models at cheaper prices

not impressed


Could you show me ?? !! I have this model I picked up in Schipol for travelling, very handy and not like the other lower mAH devices on the market.

So I'm interested to see what you come up to help me during my flights :)
#13
Peggy Bedford
you must be a mug


Can't you guys spot a troll?

Check out Peggy's previous posts.

My suspicion is Peggy is an alter ego for a high profile poster who uses an alter ego when they're feelimg like slating a deal.

Having said that, Poundland has a 4xAAA USB charger. That would give you 4000mAh for about £4.50 total.

Cheers
Simon
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Peggy Bedford
overpriced

you can get these much cheaper elewhere

voted cold


Peggy Bedford
have a look through the archives

youcan get better models at cheaper prices

not impressed


Peggy Bedford
you must be a mug


Normally I wouldn't worry too much about other posters comments; but your arrogance and lack of any links to a cheaper price really aggrieved me.

I had a search through everywhere that I can think of and couldn't come up with an alternative source for less than £100. I mean this exact product, not some cheap copy.

So unless you can 'put up', please do 'shut up'. I apologise if I am coming across as being offensive; but you have to back yourself up if you make sweeping statements as you have done.

Happy new year.
#15
Simon, do you mean a similar charger with a higher output, but only a usb connector? If so, that would make a better deal imo...Do you have any more details, or pics to what you are talking about? Thanks
#16
Simon Wallace
Having said that, Poundland has a 4xAAA USB charger. That would give you 4000mAh for about £4.50 total.

Cheers
Simon


Indeed, but my PSP, phone, laptop and walkman don't take AAAs :thumbsup:

EDIT: Missed out the 'USB charger' bit - sorry!
#17
1000 mAh at 19V would give me about an hours extra charge on my AA0 netbook, although a good price for the versatiltiy factor not sure about the practicalities of running a laptop off it. May be good if it could charger the laptops aswell though negating the need to carry a laptop charger as well.

Good review here though
#18
Somebody did not get a go go hamster for christmas.

I might well pull the trigger on this for my n900.

Hot!
#19
Damn I wish I knew if this would work with the Iphone 3GS.
#20
piloteer81
Damn I wish I knew if this would work with the Iphone 3GS.


Considering its got a USB port i assume it would do? apologises if wrong
#21
deadduck_145
Considering its got a USB port i assume it would do? apologises if wrong


Excactly what I was thinking, although some reviews state that while it can connect to some things, they don't seem to like it. Meh Might give it a go anyway!
#22
Looks like a nice deal. Thank you.

Btw. Some comments on here are very childish. People don't talk like that in real life do they?

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all here :santa:
(Except the brat :whistling: )
#23
Anyone have and use one these ,could you give simple details what you can use on and how long it lasts on the items,how long to charge.Is it worth 24 quid,would you buy one again,all helpful info wanted.
I just ordered one.
#24
brought this one on ebay and had used it since then, just let you know this isnt compatible with iphone

charging for me takes 10-20min to fully charged, anything plug but not connected will expire the battery life on the power pack.
#25
lonfar
anything plug but not connected will expire the battery life on the power pack.


Huh?

This seems a good price to me. Have seen them on here for around this price in Asda, but never actually found any in my local store.
#26
lonfar
brought this one on ebay and had used it since then, just let you know this isnt compatible with iphone

charging for me takes 10-20min to fully charged, anything plug but not connected will expire the battery life on the power pack.


I got a similar one, the one that was going for around £10 in Asda a few months back, and can confirm it doesn't work with my iPhone 3G with firmware v3.1.2. I think it worked on older firmware e.g. v2.1. It begins charging and appears OK but after a few minutes it stops, someone said it was due to the low output current (300mA?).

HTH
#27
TheMegaMan
Huh?

This seems a good price to me. Have seen them on here for around this price in Asda, but never actually found any in my local store.


The battery runs out when a usb cable connected to the power pack even when nothing is connected on the other end.

Nope older FW didnt work either as i had this back in june, not sure the 2g but 3g 16gb didnt work for me.
banned#28
tpol;7332596
Normally I wouldn't worry too much about other posters comments; but your arrogance and lack of any links to a cheaper price really aggrieved me.

I had a search through everywhere that I can think of and couldn't come up with an alternative source for less than £100. I mean this exact product, not some cheap copy.

So unless you can 'put up', please do 'shut up'. I apologise if I am coming across as being offensive; but you have to back yourself up if you make sweeping statements as you have done.




Happy new year.



Asda were selling this model for £10 - £15 a few months back as I bought 2. So while Peggy Bedford way of saying it was a bit direct she was actually correct.
#29
SHOWMAN36
Asda were selling this model for £10 - £15 a few months back as I bought 2. So while Peggy Bedford way of saying it was a bit direct she was actually correct.


As quoted, 'youcan get better models at cheaper prices' is not the one from Asda I guess ?? !! I had my hopes up of something better than this !!
#30
SHOWMAN36
Asda were selling this model for £10 - £15 a few months back as I bought 2. So while Peggy Bedford way of saying it was a bit direct she was actually correct.


So you have 2 of these exact same model ?.
banned#32
tonyg1962;7334063
So you have 2 of these exact same model ?.


I have. what would you like in the way of proof maybe it's DNA profile?
#33
SHOWMAN36
I have. what would you like in the way of proof maybe it's DNA profile?


Photo lol,
#35
How does this compare with u2o on ebay - 13,200mah... sounds much better???
#36
Well the 13,200 mah is three times the price.

I am sure it will do find as a back up for my n900, pda, and gps, when in need.

If you are expecting it run a 15" laptop for hours on end you are probably going to be unhappy.
#37
cheapo
Well the 13,200 mah is three times the price.

I am sure it will do find as a back up for my n900, pda, and gps, when in need.

If you are expecting it run a 15" laptop for hours on end you are probably going to be unhappy.


PowerGorilla is the key but it quite expensive, goes for 130-150 pounds, but it should give you full 3 hour extra on 15" laptop.
#38
lonfar
brought this one on ebay and had used it since then, just let you know this isnt compatible with iphone

charging for me takes 10-20min to fully charged, anything plug but not connected will expire the battery life on the power pack.


Just plugged my iPhone 3GS into the USB port and it's charging!!!! Up 2 percent already!

It works with the iPhone!!!:-D
#39
Just received mine today.

It is a Philips SCE7640/10 model. It suggests the rating as 2000mah.

It also works with my n900 (it explains that devices that come with their own usb charger cable should use the very same instead of the supplied Phillips leads/connectors).

Seems solid. Will be using it for n900/pda/gps charging whilst i'm outdoors.

I'm happy!
suspended#40
just ordered one, how long does delivery take?
might order another, really tempted.

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