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Anyone see/use this yet? (JB3 content)
« on: August 12, 2005, 12:59:36 PM »

Socket's Mobile Power Pack
Mobile Power for your Mobile Life
Hi-Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery

No power outlet available? Carrying too many AC adapters? Socket’s got the solution!

Now you can re-charge your portable electronic devices where ever you go. From coffee shops to train stations, on the plane or on the road Socket’s Mobile Power Pack is your essential power companion.

The Mobile Power Pack replaces multiple charging adapters with a hi-capacity, rechargeable lithium-ion battery that allows you to power up your devices multiple times on a single charge. It’s easy to carry and has the flexibility to charge mobile phones, media players, PDAs, digital cameras and more! Circuit protection ensures that there are no over or under voltages that may harm your device as well a light meter that let’s you know when the battery is 90% depleted. It features a USB plug for devices that can be charged through a USB port.

The Mobile Power Pack eliminates the hassle of carrying around charging adapters, extra batteries and travel converters. Just plug your PSP, mobile phone, Smartphone, Pocket PC, palmOne device, BlackBerry, GPS receiver, Bluetooth headset, Socket products or MP3 player into the Mobile Power Pack with an adapter and experience the convenience.

Charge and power: (Compatibility Matrix)

    * Pocket PCs, palmOne devices, PDAs, BlackBerry devices
    * Mobile Phones and Smart Phones
    * Media Players (iPod & PSP) and Digital Cameras
    * Socket Cordless Products


    * Powerful 5 volt Lithium Ion Battery
    * 7,200 mAh rated capacity
    * Charges/runs using device’s standard DC connector or USB port
    * Low Battery & Battery Charging LEDs
    * Replaces the need to carry multiple power adapters with a single power source.
    * Rechargeable – can be charged again and again, without memory effect
    * Stylish Leather Case, Travel Pouch, Popular plugs for PDAs, Phones and Cameras are included
    * A/C Adapter with 4 international wall plugs for USA/Europe/UK/Aust

Hardware Features

    * Circuit protection, for over-voltage, under-voltage and shorting
    * On/Off Switch for complete battery disconnection and reset capability
    * Battery voltage monitoring capability to indicate when battery is depleted 90%
    * Automatically regulates voltage when discharging and charging
    * Current over draw protection
    * Small and Lightweight – Easy to carry in any backpack or travel bag (4” x 3” x 1”) 11oz


The Mobile Power Pack contains a USB charging port that is designed to accept the readily available USB charging cables on the market. Due to unique electrical requirements and the wide variability of the physical connectors on some electronic devices such as palmOne devices and Sony Ericsson mobile phones, the user will need an adapter that converts their unique connector to USB.

Mobile Power Pack with Sony PSPDevices such as the Apple iPod and some Nokia mobile phones require output of 6 volts or 9 volts. These devices will require a 6 or 9 volt booster that converts 5v to 6v or 9v to work with the Mobile Power Pack. The iPod 3G and iPod 4G require a special addapter. The iPod Mini work with the USB cable that come with the Mini. Some of the Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Siemens mobile phones require an adapter to convert it from 5v to 9v or 6v output. Global Source PDA and Zip.Linq sell device boosters for most products.

For devices that do not include a barrel charging jack or a charging USB connector, see compatibility chart and web links to purchase adapters and cables.

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Re: Anyone see/use this yet? (JB3 content)
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2005, 01:48:04 PM »
i am pretty sure someone has tried this out, or one like it and they found it didn't work well
i will try and find the thread and see if its the same thing
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