- Lithium-ion polymer battery
- Dual Outputs: 5V/3.1A max (2 USB Ports)
- 7,000 mAh Capacity at 3.7V
- 0%-100% charge in about 5 hours
- Size: 3.75 inches x 2.5 inches x 1.5 inches
|The New Trent Travelpak+ plugged in and charging|
The New Trent Travelpak+ comes with the charger, a micro USB cable and the instruction manual. Because the Travelpak+ has 2 USB ports, you can charge up to two devices at once. Also, you can use to charge any device as long as you have the corresponding USB cable. That pretty much means that you can charge anything with the Travelpak+ as long as you have the required USB cable. 2 features that really make the Travelpak+ stand out are the LED indicator lights and the AC prongs. There are 4 LED lights that indicate how much charge the Travelpak+ is currently holding. 4 full lights would indicate it's closer to full capacity. Since there are 4 lights, I simply assigned each light to mean 25% capacity so that I could quickly and easily get an idea of how much charge is left. 1 light would mean that capacity is anywhere from 0% - 25%, 2 lights 25% - 50%, 3 lights 50% - 75%, and 4 lights 75% - 100%. But where the Travelpak+ really earns major points is with it's AC prongs. Other external battery packs require you to charge them a separate charger. This New Trent Travelpak+ eliminates the need for a charger since you can simply plug it in to an outlet to charge. How awesome is that?! And since the LED indicator lights come on when plugged in, you can quickly and easily tell how much charge your Travelpak+ has before grabbing it on the go. No more will you need to charge with a charger! Now on to my experience.
As soon as I grabbed the New Trent Travelpak+, I loved it's design. It's sleek and well built. On the back of the Travelpak+, the AC prongs are nicely tucked in so that you do not have AC prongs sticking out of the Travelpak+. That's perfect for when you are traveling or storing it away. It's much easier to stash away a nice, small box instead of a box with delicate AC prongs sticking out of the back. Since you can pull out the AC prongs when needed and tuck them away when storing, it's eliminates any worry of damage. A huge plus in my book.
|The AC Prongs fold in and out!|
Now, because I have so many devices, it's essential for my family and I to carry an external battery wherever we go. The Travelpak+ did not disappoint. We carried 2 USB cables with us and managed to charge up the Kindle Fire, a smartphone, and my digital camera all in one sitting. The last thing you want to hear while at a family gathering is, "My camera died" so when I pulled out the New Trent Travelpak+, it kept the camera and the pictures going. But the best part? When I noticed that I only had one indicator light left, I simply asked if I could plug in my charger for more power. NO NEED TO PLUG IN A CHARGER TO CHARGE THE BATTERY PACK! Again, that feature is well worth getting this external battery pack! As long as you have an outlet near you, you will have power to charge your Travelpak+. LOVE IT!
|The back of my awesome New Trent T Shirt!|