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Emergency Power (Rechargeable Battery Pack, 2000mAh) with USB Port - £8.32 @ Deal Extreme
Emergency Power (Rechargeable Battery Pack, 2000mAh) with USB Port - £8.32 @ Deal Extreme

Emergency Power (Rechargeable Battery Pack, 2000mAh) with USB Port - £8.32 @ Deal Extreme

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back-up power for phones and the like.

gonna get one so let me know what you think.

different colours available.

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Interesting. Like one of the posters on DX, intrigued by the form factor of the power input socket. I would hope that it charges from USB too, and without a special cable, but that might be too much to ask...

Can anyone tell how fast will the self-discharge likely to be?

For £9.05 for get 3000 Mah

dealextreme.com/p/3…928

It is FULL USB out and micro USB in ( so could be charged off laptop/PC simultaneous with mobile device) Includes , iPhone, , Motorola V8/V3, Samsung D800, Nokia 2.0mm adapter ( i see mini and Micro USB in there )

COCO
( IPAD charging quote _" From our test, the iPad needs 0.9A for normal operation, like Wifi + Screen on. If you are using a 1.0A charger, it will only have 100mA or less to charge the battery on the iPad. With the 6700mAh battery built-in inside the iPad (25Whr, 3.7V), it will take you 67hrs to fully charge the iPad. In other words, it will not charge at all!! " )

If you plug the iPad to your computer’s USB port (typical 5V, 500mA), the iPad will show “Not Charging”. Some people reported it won’t even work on any powered USB hub.

With the charger that comes with the iPad (2.0A), it doesn’t do too good at all because of the huge battery. It will at least take a good 3-4 hr to fully charge the iPad assuming a minimal energy lost from the charger. )
Edited by: "I_SHOULD_COCO" 4th Apr 2011
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