7 good battery gadgets

1. Lots of Energy

As long as some scientist does not invent a tiny, clean, inexpensive plutonium energy cell that lasts forever, our beloved gadgets will be held hostage by their lithium-ion, short-lived chargers and chargers. Shoot the first smartphone who has never missed an important conversation, or even some work by a power outage by having forgotten the charger or by being without any plug nearby. Thinking about these cases, we separate products that have one feature in common: Highlander batteries. In the end, we’ve chosen two gadgets that can help recharge the power of your gadget. Click on the images and see the 7 good battery gadgets.

2. Razr Maxx

Motorola’s Razr line, launched in 2004, represents a milestone in cell-phone technology for its super-slim design, innovative for the time. Eight years later, Motorola relaunched Razr, adapted to current technology, with a top-of-the-line smartphone. With Razr Maxx, the company has another hit when it detonates a big enemy of smartphone owners: the battery. With 3,300 mAh (competitors have 2,100 mAh), the handset has achieved incredible 17 hours and 47 minutes in duration, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled. Another test was done using various features to simulate a day-to-day use situation and involved movie playback, internet browsing and GPS usage. The battery held up less, but still more than other smartphones: 10 hours and 17 minutes. This is the differential of Razr Maxx:

3. Zenbook UX31E

Lightweight, high processing power, instant start and longer battery life. All the virtues that define an ultrabook are featured on this Asus with 13.3-inch screen, Intel Core i7 chip and thickness ranging between 0.3 and 1.7 centimeter. His lean

body accommodates a battery that can keep the machine running at full speed for 2 hours and 53 minutes. It is the longest running time on 13.3-inch notebooks and nearly triple that offered by the Zenbook UX21 and the 11.6-inch Macbook Air. The thin sides hold USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, but only one of each. There is also SD card reader and micro HDMI output. Running applications, the Zenbook UX31 faces laptops of all sizes. It just does not detonate with heavy games. One of the limitations of the model is the space available for files on your 256GB flash memory drive. But what frightening consumers is the high price, superior to that of a Macbook Air with similar configuration.

4. Series 7

Chronos, who sits between the primordial deities and the Olympians, is an intermediary god in the context of Greek mythology. Likewise, the configuration chosen by Samsung for the machine that bears the name of the Devourer is an interesting medium, consistent with the size of the machine: lower than the average of 17-inch notebooks but decidedly superior to the average of 14-inch laptops. We are talking about a system based on Intel Core i5 2450M, with two cores running at a basic frequency of 2.5 GHz. Thanks to Turbo Boost, one of these cores can reach up to 3.1 GHz in some situations, a significant step ahead of Core i5 2410M which is commonly used in 14-inch notebooks. In fact, the 2450M is the best processor in the Core i5 line for notebooks. Above this chip is the territory of Core i7.

5. PocketCell

Innergie PocketCell external battery has the simple look: all white, with a shiny, rounded finish and minimalist style. On one side there is a gray stripe. In it are the connections (one on each end of the battery) and the single button, in addition to the blue LEDs that indicate the battery level of the gadget (in the central part). The input to charge the PocketCell is an ordinary USB – it can be loaded directly from the computer, for example. Already to load gadgets, the port is a micro USB. However, the external battery comes with an adapter cable that has a 30-pin connector, a mini USB and a micro USB. That way, you can charge most gadgets and smartphones, including Apple’s.

6. mCube Pro

Anyone who works away from the office or does not degrade the gadgets not travel on vacation is not required to carry in the bag the chargers of all of them. In addition to replacing the original notebook power supply of more than 15 brands, mCube Pro offers a USB port for battery charging of smartphones, tablets and Bluetooth headsets. The product comes with ten types of detachable connectors and is suitable for laptops with 15 to 21 volt power. In testing, mCube Pro worked with six tried-and-tested notebooks and 5-volt USB powered gadgets. The only drawback was the excessive heating of the fixture. The plug for 110-volt and 220-volt sockets is the old two-pin Brazilian standard. However, because it has the hexagon base, it can be inserted without problems in the new three-pin plugs.