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Friday, 01 February 2013 18:49

PoV/TGT Midas Force PowerPack 12000mAh reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Ideal gift for road warriors

TGT is best known for its factory overclocked graphics cards, but now it is trying to expand to new markets. A portable battery charger seems like something mobile enthusiasts, or road warriors, might need. TGT’s Midas Force PowerPack 12000 should be one of the best mobile chargers on the market, at least judging by the spec sheet.

The capacity of TGT’s chargers is evident from the branding, so the Midas Force PowerPack 12000 features a 12,000mAh battery. The company also offers Midas Force PowerPack 5200 and Midas Force PowerPack 3000 chargers, but in some instances you will come across abbreviations, so the MF-1200 denotes a Midas Force PowerPack 12000 and so on.

The whole point of buying a portable battery charger is to have quick access to a source of power and charge mobile devices at any place and time; it can’t be more straightforward than that. Thanks to its impressive battery capacity, the PowerPack 12000 can charge broad range of devices including all kinds of tablets, phones and portable game consoles. Depending on the device type and frequency of use following additional uptimes are possible:

  • Tablet computers up to 20 hours
  • SmartPhones up to 75 hours
  • Computer gaming up to 60 hours
  • Music up to 360 hours

The PowerPack 12000 looks quite well and it feels good to the touch. We talk more about the design and build quality on the next page.

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