All About Smartphones: How To Never Run Out of Battery Power On Your Smartphone or Gadgets Again

Monday, July 29, 2013

How To Never Run Out of Battery Power On Your Smartphone or Gadgets Again


There is a way to never lose power on your smartphone, making sure your smartphone battery never runs dry. What if I told you that I only plug my devices to mains power about once in 3 days even when I heavily use them?



Everyone knows that even as technology is advancing at a super-fast rate, one area that has not really advanced to the level it should have is Battery. Phones have gotten slicker and better over the years, screens, memory, hardware and operating system have gotten better as time progresses, however, battery used in powering these devices haven't gotten any big upgrade.



Batteries are very important in our age. Well, one way to make sure that your device is usable and doesn't die on you is to have the battery charged and have a way of recharging when you are not close to electricity. Enter Power Banks.



A lot of power banks these days are inferior and can even damage battery or device. Some are not capable of charging some devices like iPad 4 or iPad mini that consume high current to charge them.



However, NOMAD chargers, which I have had the privilege of using for some weeks now are able to charge any device, be it iPads, smartphones, Handheld game consoles, speakers to name a few. Am so loving my Nomad chargers! The good part, even you reading this would get it with a discount. check below for discount code.



Why am I writing about this now? Well, a lot of people actually need this but are not sure of what power bank to buy, one that would serve them efficiently without creating problems. Also, someone's Blackberry device was badly fried due to substandard Power Bank connected to the device.



A fully charged NOMAD Power Storing Charger can charge your smartphone battery full 3 times over, charge your tablets 3 times full and even your handheld console 3 times full.



This means that, when you use your device and it runs down, you can charge it up with the NOMAD charger. If you drain the smart device again, you can still charge up your device battery again without worrying about charging your NOMAD charger before it can charge you device battery. A discount code for my readers is provided below.



One beautiful thing about the NOMAD charger is that it’s of several types. There is one that has 5 ports to charge up to5 devices at the same time. This has a power rating of a whooping 11000mAh high capacity battery for long term backup!. Furthermore, it has 4 different output rating for phones and tablets and it comes with self-charging powered USB port or from DC to charger.



The Single port NOMAD charger comes with 5200mAh high capacity battery. In fact, this was what sold me. Most power banks are around 2100mAh and can last 3hrs before they give up. But, NOMAD chargers would last you 12hrs before needing a recharge.



Just like the 5 ports NOMAD charger, the single port NOMAD charger comes with self-charging powered USB port or from DC to charger.



One more plus for these NOMAD chargers: It supports all Smartphone types; Blackberry, NOKIA, Samsung, Motorola, Apple etc and comes with pins.

For those that are learned in the technical area of battery specifications, the following may interest you.

NOMAD 5200mAh has the following Specifications:
  • Battery Type: Li-Ion
  • Capacity: 5200mAh
  • Input: Micro USB 5V/1000mA
  • Output: Micro USB 5V/1000mA
  • More than 800 life cycles
  • Can retain 80% of battery life even when stored for 3 months
NOMAD 11000mAh has the following Specifications:
  • Battery Type: Li-Polymer
  • Battery Capacity: 11,000mAh
  • Input 1: Micro USB 5V/1A
  • Input 2: 9-12V/1A DC charger
  • Output 5x USB 5V/2A (USB 1: 5V/1.3A, USB 2: 5V/2.1A, USB 3/4: 5V/1A, USB 5: 5V/0.5A


Why go out of battery power ever again? If you are like me that travels a lot and never wants his phones to die out, a NOMAD charger is what you need.



They are very affordable, light, easy to carry and very reliable.



You can order one now by visiting www.nomadcharger.com and it would get delivered to you anywhere you are. Oh, and Phonegist readers get a discount.

For our readers, discount code is PGISTRDR1 Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook for prompt info.



5 comments:

  1. How much is that Nomad power bank, and how can I get it

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  2. Discount for all my readers for these products. Even Up to 25% discount for all Nokia Lumia phones too...Hurry and get it now!!

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  3. To avoid running out of battery power, keep a portable charger is necessary. I recently bought one of these from Kinkoo: http://www.ikinkoo.com/shop/portable-charger/kinkoo-infinite-one-8000mah.html
    I have found it to be great. With real 8,000mAh can charge iPhone 5 for 4 times, with juice still to spare. It’s very light to carry every day(only 5.7 oz).
    Highly recommended.

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  4. Its very interesting post, good job

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