Looking back through all these years everything has been improved or been given an extra dimension, everything except the batteries technology and the battery life that basically remains the same.
For a years we’ve been promised fuel batteries with the size often matchbox that will provide almost unlimited power and liberate using our lovely mobile devices, but unfortunately none have materialized onto the market.
Crappy and fat batteries takes up a huge amount of the space and contributes to a large part of the device’s weight but unfortunately still can’t provide enough energy to use the phone on the power user level and to solve this problemNokia today introduced new portable power solutions to help people on-the-go stand up to their personal power needs.
The fast-charging Nokia Universal Portable USB Charger DC-16 fits in your pocket and gives Get back-up power on the move for any device that supports USB charging. The handy design includes an LED indicator so you can see your charging status. DC-16 is small and versatile, making them especially convenient for travelers looking for ways to reduce the number of extra cords, chargers and device-specific batteries required for mobile devices.
This portable charger has a large rechargeable 2200 mA lithium ion battery that holds its charge more than 3 months. It’s designed to provide a high output that charges your phone quickly so you’ll have power whenever you need.
Nokia Portable Charger DC-16 Hands-On Preview
Nokia Universal Portable USB Charger DC-16 can recharge all Nokia phones and other devices that support USB charging. It can also charge other devices when used with the appropriate cable. A micro-USB cable is included. The powerful built-in battery can be recharged from any USB power supply including wall chargers, car chargers, and computer USB sockets.
It’s small enough to fit in your pocket or bag so it’s easy to take with you. And it comes in four colours so you can choose the one that matches your style best too.
Americans today are more connected to their mobile devices than ever before, with 87 percent of U.S. households owning a cell phone, and an estimated 88.2 million MP3 players currently in use.(2) More surprisingly, a recent study commissioned by Xantrex Technology Inc. reveals the lengths travelers will go to power up while on the go.
Results of the study show that 79 percent of air travelers admit that it is important to have their own portable power for their devices while traveling, yet over half of the survey respondents, 54 percent, reported sitting on the floor to use an airport’s power outlet and 31 percent say they have walked to a different terminal to find an outlet.(1) In the survey, 25 percent of air travelers would even give up a first class seat in exchange for a mobile power source.