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Use the Powerhouse Charger’s swinging mini-USB arm to attach a device like the HTC® DROID ERIS, and use a cord to connect another device to the power port, such as the Apple® iPhone. Turn the power button on, and a green light will indicate that your devices are charging.
The Duracell Powerhouse Charger conveniently charges through your laptop or computer’s USB port. Simply connect the Powerhouse Charger to your computer using the USB cable. When the light turns from red to green, the battery is fully charged and ready to use.
The on/off button helps to efficiently conserve power. When not in use, turn the Powerhouse Charger off to prevent from losing charge. When ready to use, simply turn the Powerhouse Charger on. The LED status light will turn green, indicating that the charger is on and ready.
The Powerhouse Charger offers a huge amount of power at a small size. Its dimensions are about the same as a standard deck of cards, so it’s handy to keep in your pocket, bag, car or wherever is most convenient.
Get hours of portable power for your favorite devices with the Powerhouse Charger.
*Consult device manufacturer for USB compatibility details.
The Powerhouse Charger is compatible with many mini-USB-powered devices, as well as micro-USB and USB-powered devices** using the cord that came with your device, including:
Devices with a mini-USB port (note: some digital cameras have mini-USB ports for data transfer only and not charging)
**Consult device manufacturer for USB compatibility details.
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Excellent delivery. Battery does not hold charge well. No other optionsPublished 1 month ago by Larry
Will only bring my Moto RAZR M up to about 60% charge (from 15%) before it dies. I have two and it pretty much kills both of them to get the phone up to a full charge from 15%. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce E. Bigelow
Product didn't work. Too much of a hassle to return it. I shouldn't have to worry about something I buy with my hard earned money not working. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Azucena Lopez