Sanyo intros new higher-capacity eneloop mobile boosters

Sanyo today comes up with new eneloop mobile boosters (lithium-ion batteries with USB power ports), which have higher capacity than previous models and offering faster charging for your smartphone and tablet PC.

The new KBC-L54D and KBC-L27D models have a greater capacity (2700mAh) which is approximately 8% more than the previous models which are packed with 5400mAh lithium-ion batteries. Both models also offers higher output – the KBC-L27D offers 1.0A, while the KBC-L54D has 1.5A, which will reduce the recharge time of your device.  The models can be recharged through a PC’s USB ports, as well as through a dedicated AC adaptor and have 3 color LED light indicator which indicates the remaining capacity of the battery.

Sanyo KBC-L54D eneloop mobile booster

The new eneloop mobile boosters will go on sale on September 8, only in Japan for now.

Sanyo KBC-L27D eneloop mobile booster

Sanyo kbc-l54d and kbc-27d  eneloop mobile boosters

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