Mobile and PDA – ECharger Emergency Travel Charger
Crisis battery backup devices are getting to be more readily available as a lot more manufacturers release their “unique” version to compete. eCharger is another company to release a new battery backup device referred to as Emergency Charger. The device purports to be a USB battery charger, power supply holder, an emergency device power adaptor and also an LED flashlight. Additionally the version we analyzed included power tips for products that utilise mini-USB, normal Nokia devices (not well suited for the N-series smartphones) as well as the smaller power adaptors. The particular Emergency Travel Charger is a very small , is about 1 . 5X how big an AA battery. The outside shell is made from strong plastic-type and it would easily fit in the pocket, or handbag. The unit can also be attached to a keyring so that it isn’t easily shed.
In order to use the device any battery is required: either a typical AA battery or a normal rechargeable AA battery can be used with all the device, although it wil clearly only recharge the regular battery. Recharging of the SOCIAL MEDIA PACKAGE battery can be undertaken while using provided USB cable that delivers a slow trickle demand to the battery from a free USB port on a COMPUTER. In our tests, the electric battery charging capability was amazingly slow, taking over 24 hours to be able to partially charge a 3000mAh AA battery (charging will be indicated by a solid reddish colored LED). Even when we recharged the battery to total power using a separate replacement we-vibe charger there was no indicator to state that the battery was totally charged on the Emergency Travel adapter.
Charging (indicated by the crimson LED flashing intermittently) in our mobile phone, using our own mini-Nokia power adaptor, was better promising with the phone charged by 50% in ninety days minutes, which compares realistically well to other simple battery power backup devices that count on AA batteries (such because the iGo powerXtender).