Mobile Devices

July 15, 2013

Lepow Introduces Fashionable Power Banks for Mobile Devices

Smartphones and tablets deliver convenience by providing functions which were previously only available on PCs. As the processing power of these devices continues to increase and the displays keep getting bigger, they will be devouring the batter power even faster. Although we are almost always close to a power outlet to charge our mobile devices, there are times when this is not the case. For those occasions, Lepow has created the Moonstone, a fashionable large-capacity power banks/device charger designed to address the lucrative female market.

The Moonstone is handcrafted with a 360° polished look with smooth edges all around and a super gloss finish in colors such as Bright Yellow, Red Rose, Green Apple, Ebony Black and Pure Ivory. At first glance, it looks like a makeup compact, and it only measures three inches on each side and only 1/2 inch high, but the small size belies the power it holds. 

The Moonstone is available in 3000 mAh and 6000 mAh capacities with USB/Micro USB or phone cable to charge your device. It has adaptive technology, which adjusts the charge to meet the requirements of the device being charged automatically. Once the power bank is charged it can last for up to six months without losing power, and it can be charged 500 times for a period of three years.

Moonstone can charge cameras, smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, gaming systems, and other devices. It has a fast charging interface with a smart rest and wake-up function so it can remain dormant without losing charge of its Lithium ion polymer battery.

The unit has an output voltage of DC5V and the 3000mAh provides – 500mAh (Common charge), 1200mAh (Quick charge) while the 6000mAh provides – 1200mA (Common charge), 2100mAh (Quick charge).

The Moonstone is available online for $70 for the 6000mAh and $50 for the 3000mAh. The company also makes different line of power banks with more capacity.

Mobile devices are so essential in people's lives getting caught without power can be very costly. With the implementation of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives in many organizations, your mobile device has to be powered up at all times. Whether you are receiving a call from a loved one or data that requires action for work, "my battery died on me" is no longer a valid excuse.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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