New portable battery will power your devices anywhere

New portable battery will power your devices anywhere

People tend to own more and more portable devices such as smartphones, tablets, notebooks and even feature phones with each year passing by. While they provide essential services in our modern world, all of them suffer from one and the same drawback – they are battery-powered devices that can run out of power anywhere; in addition you have to constantly keep an eye on the battery level. Fortunately there’s a solution – the new Zettaly PowerX portable battery that can charge your devices anywhere.

The PowerX battery is a new product by Zettaly and can now be ordered online. The battery is rated at 10,000 mAh which is some serious power and is designed to charge smartphones, tablets and all other portable devices that get their power from a USB port.

A key feature of the new battery is that it charges itself very quickly. According to the manufacturer the PowerX battery needs just 90 minutes to get from 0 mAh to 10,000 mAh of charge, which is 8 times faster than other battery packs. This means you will be able to charge an iPhone smartphone from zero in just 15 minutes. The PowerX gets its own power from a regular notebook AC/DC adapter by Dell, Lenovo and HP. Currently there are five PowerX models in two versions – Silver and Limited. All models are the same and the only difference is their support for different notebook adapters. The Limited version (USD 90) is in black, measures 118 x 77 x 22 mm and weighs 260 grams while offering two USB connectors. The Silver version is in silver and offers just one USB connector. This device measures 105 x 77 x 22 mm, weighs 288 grams and sells for USD 70.

The PowerX battery will be on the market by the end of this year. You can order your battery online now on Zettaly’s web site.

Source: Zettaly

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