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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ONE X Droid, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. ONE X Droid

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  2. Tomo1971

    Tomo1971 Well-Known Member

    Never used them but thinking of one….. but I would be going for a branded (like energizer) model before that,

    Steve
     
  3. El Presidente

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    Despite it being 1900mAh, I don't think you'll get a full charge out of that. Harry2 has a post somewhere explaining, I'll see if I can dig it out for you.

    Your best bet would be to spend a bit extra and get something like this:

    TeckNet
     
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  4. Sauske

    Sauske Android Enthusiast

  5. Harry2

    Harry2 Extreme Android User

    I think El Presidente meant a post of me about an example for an Anker portable battery pack and a Nexus phone :)

    "There are some unknown things like the phone's stand-by power consuming ... but for a rough calculation you could use the factor 0.65 as degree of charging effecieny for the battery of a mobile charger.

    So the Anker has 5600mAh x 0.65 = 3640mAh for calculating. The Nexus has 1850mAh, so 3640mAh / 1850mAh = 1.97

    So the Anker would be able to charge your Nexus about two times from 0% to 100%.

    But if you want only to charge from 20% to 100% you should calculate with 80% of the Nexus's capacity. So the calculation would be 3640mAh / 1480mAh = 2.46

    So the Anker would be able to charge your Nexus about two and a half times from 20% to 100%.

    Maybe this helps you to decide ..."


    Harry
     
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  6. El Presidente

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    ^^That's the one, cheers! :)
     
  7. ONE X Droid

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  9. ONE X Droid

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    I'm going to get the Technet one that looks like it'll do the job and will come in handy when we go to Ibiza in July. :)
     
  10. JasonC

    JasonC Android Enthusiast

    I have a Mini Gorilla which is 9000mah and I could get about 4 charges out of it for my Desire, it works really well and can be combined with a solar charger if needed. - https://powertraveller.com/iwantsome/primatepower/

    Edit: The powerMonkey Extreme seems to be the newest iteration of those charges, it looks smaller than the Mini Gorilla but has the same mah.
     
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