- Size (LWH): 4.85 inches, 1.25 inches, 7.5 inches
- Weight: 1 pounds
Motorola Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack - Black - Retail Packaging (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Universal Compatibility: Designed to work all brands that charge via USB such as Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung, LG, Nokia and more
- Power On the Go: It?s small and lightweight, yet can provide up to 5 hours of additional talk time
- CarbonFree: Through an alliance with the Carbonfund.org, Motorola has offset the energy used to manufacture, distribute and use
- Included in Motorola red Retail Packaging: Universal Portable Charger, MircoUSB CarbonFreewall charger, user guide, warranty card
- Product uses plastic materials from discarded water bottles. Product is made from eco-friendly materials - no BFRs or PVCs- and is CarbonFree
- Choose "ships from and sold by Amazon.com" product to ensure new, authentic Motorola product. All new Motorola product has an authentic hologram label. For best experience please charge power pack before use
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Universal and portable, the P793 is a power pack that can simultaneously charge multiple devices, including mobile devices like the iPhone, Bluetooth headsets, and MP3 players. With 1420 mAh capacity, the P793 can provide up to an additional five hours of talk time.
Universal Compatibility: With a USB and Micro-USB connector you can charge any device including brands such as Motorola, Apple, Blackberry, Nokia, and Samsung. Connect your device directly to the Micro-USB port or use your device's charging cable with the USB connector.
Power On-the-Go: It’s small and lightweight, yet can provide up to five hours of talk time.
Auto Shut-Off: Automatically powers down to save battery life when no devices are detected or when a device is fully charged.
Convenience: Charge up to two devices simultaneously with the built-in micro-USB cable and USBA port. Devices can include mobile phones, Bluetooth headsets, and MP3 players like the iPod.
Easy-to-Read: LED indication shows charging status and indicates available power.
Recycled Materials: Made with recycled materials that contain no BFR (brominated flame retardants) or PVCs.
- Charging: Simultaneously, 500mA, 5V output
- Capacity: 1420 mAh
- Connectors: Micro-USB input, Micro-USB and USBA output
Top Customer Reviews
The Motorola Power Pack is a nice size, 4" (110mm) long, 2.2" (55mm) wide and 0.4" (10mm) thick, and weighs about 2 ounces. That's a little smaller than an iPhone, and much lighter. It also has a good set of features.
Also included are an instruction booklet; a short, blue micro-USB to micro-USB cable; a long standard-USB to micro-USB cable; and a compact wall charger that can handle US or international voltage, and has a micro-USB connector. The cable on the charger is hard-wired, so you can't use it with other USB cables to charge other devices. (Some of the Apple or Palm wall chargers have a standard USB port and a detachable cable, which makes it much more flexible.)
OPTIMIZED FOR MICRO-USB CONNECTIONS: The features that distinguish the Motorola P793 Power Pack from the many other similar power packs is that the Motorola is optimized for devices that use a micro USB connection. The Power Pack comes with a neat little micro-USB cable that wraps around the battery (you can see the bright blue cable in the Amazon photos, above). So Motorola, LG, Samsung, Nokia and BlackBerry, as well as many other devices, will work well with this.
It also has a micro-USB input connection, so with the right charging cable, you can use a wall charger, a car charger or your computer to charge this Power Pack.
FLEXIBLE FOR USE WITH OTHER USB DEVICES: There's also a second USB output port with the standard, larger USB A connector.Read more ›
Update, St. Patrick's Day, 2012 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Ok, it's March, 2012 now and I've used this product since last June. I've updated my rating from 4 to 5 stars. This product holds a charge for a long time and you can get multiple charges to your phone from one charge of the battery pack. I highly recommend this for travelers, hikers, campers, and such. It could be the difference in making a critical communication when you most need it.
So if you only have one phone/device, or have a spouse/business partner/etc who has the same model phone, this is my recommended strategy.
However, when my wife got a different Blackberry model, and I started traveling with a small tablet, we found ourselves with 3 different devices. That's where I would recommend this universal power pack.
It's slightly smaller than my Blackberry Pearl, weighs about 2 oz, fairly portable (though not as small as a spare battery). It seems to charge up fast (a couple hours) and will charge up any small device that accepts micro or standard USB. Brilliant idea, actually, but not perfect. It will charges my Blackberry from 10% to about 80%, which will last me 3-5 days with moderate use. And it charges my small Archos tablet (it's about 1/2 the size of an ipad) from 10% to about 60%, which will also last me a couple of days.
However, keep in mind, the power pack won't bring back my tablet if it's completely dead. Also keep in mind, you'll still need to have access to a car or wall outlet to recharge your power pack. So again, if you just have one device to keep track of, just keeping a spare adapter & spare battery in your car, purse, or suitcase is probably more effective than keeping track of a brand new, larger, & more expensive device.
I gave this device a full charge & just keep it in the glove box for travel. Like any battery, it will lose a little juice this way, so recharge every 3 months or so if this is your strategy.
Hope this helps!
The first time charge for the portable power pack took approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. As it was charging, the power pack has four indicator lights that will blink and will stay lit as it increases in charge until it reaches full capacity of 4 indicator lights, which is an added convenience, letting the user know how much reserve power will be on hand for a charge.
I ran a couple of tests with some portable devices I had available, here is a list of the results:
-- iPhone 4: Start of charge had a 22% battery, P793 was able to charge it up to 74% before the P793 ran out of power.
-- iPhone 3GS: Will charge and charges much quicker than the iPhone 4.
-- iPad 1st Gen: Will charge, even though battery indicator reads "Not Charging." Thanks to Snap, Crackle and Pop, also a reviewer of this product, on the tip to check out if the battery % goes up after being plug in for a period of time.
-- iPod Touch 2nd Gen: Will charge but only if the battery is not completely depleted. I found that since the battery was completely depleted, I had to use the my normal means of charging the iPod to get it past dead before the P793 would charge it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does exactly what it says it does, I have used it plenty on travel, bike touring and camping to get essentially double the battery life of my phone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by book maven
Worked well for a few years. Took about 2 hours to fully charge a phone once.Published 3 months ago by evie23
The product does not hold a charge long enough to be helpful when my phone battery dies.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great portable charger! I use it on my GS 5, it gives me a full charge when my battery goes down. With this I have a full 4 days of charge between my phone and this. Read morePublished 6 months ago by dkid