Power-Pond portable battery charger juices your laptop, smartphones, tablets and more

Keenly looking for a one-stop-charging hub for all your portable gadgets and computing devices like laptop? Then your wish has come true with this 40,800 mAh capacity portable battery called Power-Pond Pro (Model No. LE-UBT40K) with adoption of lithium-ion cells made by Panasonic. The portable battery pack is just 22 mm thick and weighs only 735 grams which means that you can carry it around with you on trips too. It comes with 12 different pin connectors so that you can connect laptops from manufacturers including Dell, Sony, Compaq, Lenovo, Toshiba, IBM, Asus and more. On the other hand if you want to juice up your gadgets like tablets or smartphones then it can be done with an included 3-in-1 cable that has three different extensions: Mini USB, Micro USB and 30 pin dock connector which should cover almost all of the mobile phones and tablet PC’s from manufacturers including Apple, Samsung, Dell, Sony etc.

Power-Pond Pro portable battery house can be charged up in 8 hours (with approximate 500 charges and discharges in total) only and then it provides seamless charging for all your electronic gadgets without much fuzz. It has a very good feature that prevents overcharging and short-circuiting so you don’t need to worry about any of those issues. It meets PSE safety standards for the quality in built and the capability of the lithium ion battery so you should not be skeptical regarding its claims. It comes in two color options: Black and White and measure 95x230x21 mm in width, height and thickness respectively.

The 1.7 inch LED monitor on top of the portable battery shows how much charge is left on power output and other vital statistics too. For all this you’ll have to slash out US$ 322 (Japanese Yen 29,800) and you can also choose from the cheaper models too which are equally good.



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