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Thursday, 26 May 2011 12:04

Choiix Power Fort 10Whrs and 5.5Whrs tested - Choiix Power Fort 10 Whrs

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Review: Power on the go for your gadgets

 

Choiix Power Fort 10 Whrs

Choiix Power Fort 10 Whrs comes in very simple packaging with two USB cables and many different adapters.

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Power Fort is, as you can see, quite a charmer and the device comes in more than handy.

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The top is made of shiny black plastics and holds a key and four status LEDs, which show the amount of power available.

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The bottom of the device is coated with rubber to prevent it from sliding out of your hand.

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If you think that the practical aspect of this device stops there, then you’ve got another thing coming. If you’re left in the dark, the three LEDs on the bottom can act as a flashlight.

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Specs


- Slim curve design and light weight
- Special bypass circuit design prevents the battery from the damage
- Powerful 1A charges 30% faster than normal USB power
- Built-in LED flashlight for emergency
- Battery life LED indicators
- Up to 500 recharge times with 85% capacity remaining
- Quick recharge less than 3.5 hours
- Full protections built-in to avoid battery damage
- Ultra low self-discharge battery cell function

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