If you’re like me — mobile most of the time and often on the net — you don’t want your device to die down at the worst time possible.
My Samsung Galaxy Note is a great device to have but its AMOLED screen, plus my constantly being online, drains its battery very quickly. I can’t last a whole day out of the house even with a fully charged battery.
Now, that’s no longer a problem because I have a MiLi power pack – the Power Star, to be exact.
|2000 mAh capacity|
|The MiLi comes with a USB charging extension cable|
|The larger USB cable is for charging from laptop;
the micro USB cable is used to charge your device
|LED power indicator|
|How it looks when fully charged – 4 LED lights|
|Charging my Galaxy Note|
|How charging looks up close|
I would guess that for smaller smartphones and devices, this power pack can probably juice you up to more than 50% from below 10%. However, because of my Note’s battery requirements, I have so far gone up to around 40% from below 10% on a fully-charged power pack. So I bring the Note’s charger around with me as well and use the MiLi for real emergencies.
The MiLi Power Star power pack currently retails for around PhP 1,700.