Sony rolls out universal USB Power Supply for mobile phones, music players and portable games consoles

Sony launches today universal USB Portable Power Supply Adaptor for a wide range of USB chargeable portable devices including mobile phones, Walkman players, iPod, music players and games consoles.

The Adaptor is the first mobile power solution from the Sony’s new Cycle Energy product family and features a unique dual module design with an input for charging and a detachable portable power supply with an embedded Li-Ion rechargeable battery. All you need is the original USB cable supplied with your phone, music player or games console.You can use the detachable Power Supply module as a power source and when it is discharged, just plug in to the Portable Power Supply for a recharge from the mains (AC) supply.

Sony USB Portable Power Supply Adaptor

The USB Power Supply is available now and is also bundled with rechargeable batteries.


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