A portable Plugable power product for charging on-the-go is here!
The Plugable PB-12K2 Power Bank offers a lightweight, environmentally friendly, high-capacity portable battery. Whether on the go or at home, you can use this portable battery to provide the extra power to keep your devices running all day long.
- Dual USB ports
- 2x 1A port
- High capacity 12,000mAh
The dual port design provides two charging options and allows you to charge two devices at once. The high-speed 2.1A port allows you to charge your devices like the iPad, iPad Mini, and other tablets at their maximum charge rate. The 1A port means you’ll be able to charge your other devices while your tablet is charging.
It’s easy to recharge from any USB port and has a long storage life in between charge cycles to make sure it’s always ready when you need it most. It’s also easy to check how much power you have remaining. With a simple push of a button, power level LEDs will let you know where you stand. This portable battery is the perfect partner for any adventure.
Designed with compatibility in mind, the Plugable PB-12K2 can charge a multitude of devices like Apple products (iPad, iPhone, iPod), Blackberry devices, HTC smart phones, Nokia phones, Samsung phones, Motorola phones, Nintendo handheld devices (3DS, DS), Sony handheld devices (Vita, PSP), and other portable USB-based devices. For a list of tested devices and charging rates, please see the charging FAQ.
Composed of an A1389 lithium ion polymer 3-cell battery with approximately 3.4g of lithium, the PB-12K2 has an estimated capacitance power of 12,000mAh. It can be charged via any USB port and takes an input of 5V DC 800-1000mAh. Output-wise, the PB-12K2 has two ports, one rated at 5V DC 1000mAh and the other at 5V DC 2100mAh.
Looking for something a bit more portable? Take a look at the PB-6K2.
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In the box:
One lithium ion battery, 1 USB 2.0 micro-B cable, user manual.
USB ChargingBattery charging over USB has become a standard practice but the actual charging behavior of different devices is often unpredictable and sometimes disappointing. The devices themselves decide how much current to draw and manufacturers haven’t settled on a single standard. We constantly test our products with as many different devices as possible and publish the results so it’s easy to determine the charging behavior to expect from your device on each of our USB products. These are the results for the devices we’ve tested on this charger so far.
For hubs, "Hosted" means the hub is attached to a host computer that is powered on. "Unhosted" means just the opposite, that the hub isn't attached to a host computer, or that the host computer is turned off. This doesn't apply to stand-alone chargers that only plug in to a wall outlet.
The "Estimated Charging Time" column is the minimum amount of time that the device would take to charge if it was fully drained. This is just an estimate! We provided this to give a general idea of the expected charge time. If this column is blank for a device, that means that the device indicated that it wasn't charging. In this case, even if the device is drawing power, it will likely either "tread water" keeping the battery at a constant level, or slowly lose ground.
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