Xiaomi Mi 5,000mAh Power Bank

Xiaomi Mi 5,000mAh Power Bank
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The new Xiaomi Mi 5,000mAh Power Bank is replacing the short-lived Xiaomi Mi 5,200mAh Power Bank.

It was put on sale for the first time in Singapore at 12pm on 13th February 2015. The sale is meant to coincide with Lunar New Year and hence it is an open sale instead of the usual limited flash sales. Open sale means you get to purchase Mi products anytime.

Mophie Powerstation Plus (5,000mAh)

Mophie Powerstation Plus (5,000mAh)
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Mophie Powerstation Plus is a series of power banks from Mophie that has an integrated Lightning cable to charge your iPhone and integrated USB cable to charge the power bank itself. There is also a integrated Micro USB cable version available if you are using Android or Windows Phone devices. With integrated cable, you do not need to bring any additional cables along with your power bank.

There are four capacities in the series: 3,000mAh, 5,000mAh, 7,000mAh and 12,000mAh. The 7,000mAh and 12,000mAh are coming soon.

Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2B

Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2B
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The Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2B is an upgrade of the Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2A. The model number is a little confusing as it only increment from A to the letter B. I think Sanyo would be better off creating a new model number so that consumers like us can better differentiate which one is new and which one is older.

In terms of design, it is identical except that the Sanyo logo has been replaced by a Eneloop logo. The battery output has been increased so that instead of just producing 2x 500mA, it is now able to produce 1x 1A (1,000mA) to charge high consumption gadgets such as the Apple iPad and Blackberry. However the lithium-ion battery capacity still stays the same at 5,000mAh and can roughly charge your iPhone 4 which has a battery capacity of 1,420mA about 3 times in a single charge. The package now also includes a MiniUSB to MicroUSB adapter.

Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2S

Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2S
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Got myself the Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-L2S after my previous Sanyo Eneloop Mobile Booster KBC-E1S could not give me enough juice for my iPhone because it is using only 2x AA batteries which only gives you.

The recommended retail price (RRP) for the KBC-L2S is S$69.90, but I got it for S$57 from ebay and paid additional S$2 for delivery. The seller name is Desmond Han (tecpoint2139). His service is excellent and efficient, I ordered at 10pm on Friday, 9th January 2010 and it was delivered to me at 1pm on Saturday, 10th January 2010! That is less than 24 hours and furthermore it is on a weekend! In the Eneloop paper bag, there are several goodies as well like the Eneloop 2010 calendar and the Eneloop Product Catalogue.