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Primo Power Core charger for mobile devices announced

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December 5, 2010

The Primo Power Core benefits from automatic Amp switching technology that makes sure an a...

The Primo Power Core benefits from automatic Amp switching technology that makes sure an attached device is charged at the fastest rates

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Phonesuit, the company behind the MiLi Pro iPhone/iPod projector, has been added its charging range with the Primo Power Core. When fully charged, it stores enough energy to charge some mobile devices a number of times before it needs a top-up itself. It's compatible with just about any portable electronic gadget and benefits from automatic Amp switching technology that makes sure an attached device is charged at the fastest rates.

The Power Core from Phonesuit packs high density Li-ion cells rated at 8200mAh in a form not much bigger than, and just as gorgeous as, an iPhone 4. The "personal, portable, pocket-sized power plant" has been certified by Apple as iPhone, iPod and iPad compatible but can juice up just about any mobile device thanks to numerous device cables and tips, as well as a USB port.

The 130 x 75 x 18mm (5.11 x 2.95 x 0.7-inch) Power Core will output DC of 5V at 2.1A or 12V at 2A to such things as Android smartphones and tablets, GPS, netbooks and e-Readers manufactured by the likes of Blackberry, Samsung, LG, Nokia and Motorola.

Its three ring LED charge meter lets users know how much charge is remaining in the unit. When recharging the unit itself, all three indicators will blink when it's full and ready to power your army of portable devices.

The 233g (8.2 oz) Primo Power Core Battery Pack costs US$99.95 and is available now for pre-order, with an advertised availability date of December 10.

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