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PNY Expands PowerPack Line of Mobile Rechargeable Batteries

PNY had always been known to me for the excellent line of graphics cards they make for desktop computers, but they make a complete line of products, including; a broad assortment of flash memory cards, USB flash drives, solid state drives, High Speed HDMI® cables, computer memory upgrade modules, consumer graphics cards, and professional graphics cards.

PNY is a global technology leader within the consumer electronics market. Established in 1985, PNY has over 25 years of business experience serving consumers, OEMs, and B2B. PNY’s products are available in over 50 countries with 13 company locations throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

The new PNY PowerPack models will be showcased in booth 124 at the CE Week 2-day consumer technology exhibition located at the Metropolitan Pavilion/Altman Building in New York, NY on June 25-26


Here’s the press release:


New York, NY – June 25, 2014 – PNY Technologies®, Inc. (“PNY”) today announced the launch of an expanded line-up of portable PowerPack rechargeable batteries at CE Week 2014.  Offering portable power for your mobile device, these new PowerPack models were developed with a broad range of consumers in mind and feature Classic, Integrated, and Specialty tiers of mobile chargers.  All new PNY PowerPack models will be showcased in booth 124 at the CE Week 2-day consumer technology exhibition located at the Metropolitan Pavilion/Altman Building in New York, NY on June 25-26. 



The Classic line of PNY PowerPacks offers a universal charging option for Android, Apple, Blackberry, and Windows mobile device users.  The PowerPack T-series is available in capacities ranging from 2200mAh to 10400mAh and outputs of up to 2.4A.  The T-series has a durable plastic design with cylindrical edges, with mid and high-range versions featuring dual-port USB outputs for simultaneously charging two devices. 


The PNY Integrated line of PowerPacks feature built-in cables for the utmost in convenience and portability.  With options featuring either a convenient built-in Lightning cable for Apple iPhones or Micro-USB cable for Android, Blackberry, and Windows smartphones, the 1500-series offers 1500mAh and the 3000-series offers 3000mAh.  Slender, compact, and lightweight; the 1500-series also has a sleek, built-in USB connector for easy recharging of the PowerPack.  The Direct Connect series has 2200mAh of power and is available in options with built-in universal Micro-USB, Apple 30-Pin, or Apple Lightning connectors that plug directly into the bottom of your smartphone.



The Specialty line of PNY PowerPacks offers users a premium charging experience. Engineered to be ultra-thin, the CC1800 touts a sleek design for the ultimate in portability.  Available in an array of 5 distinct colors, the CC1800 comes equipped with 1800mAh for up to one-full charge for a smartphone.  With 5000mAh, the HD5000 features a hidden digital display with a 100-percent read out, so users know exactly how much charge they have left.  The svelte black design offers a polished look and dual-port outputs for charging a smartphone and a tablet.  The sleek and slender L8000 boasts a robust 8000mAh in a soft leather feel and sophisticated design.  Available in white with silver trim, the L8000 is an elegant companion to any smartphone or tablet and also features dual-port outputs for charging two devices.  Featuring 10400mAh of power and an intelligent digital display, the ID10400 shows the precise mAh capacity remaining as well as the percentage of battery power.  The universal USB outputs let users charge any smartphone or tablet simultaneously while displaying how much power each device is pulling and the 2A input allows faster recharging of the ID10400, with half the time versus the industry standard 1A input.


“PNY offers portable power for your mobile devices via a multitude of charging options.  We are committed to producing products of the utmost in quality and safety by using only Tier 1 batteries and supporting our consumers with an industry-leading 3-year warranty,” said Nicholas Mauro, senior marketing manager at PNY.  “Our extensive new line-up of PowerPacks were designed with a wide array of consumers in mind.  Whether you’re a student, a busy parent, a world traveler, or a business professional; there is a PowerPack to suit your lifestyle so you can stay charged on the go.”


PNY offers a comprehensive 3-year warranty on all PowerPacks, which use either Lithium-ion or Lithium Polymer types of batteries from Tier 1 suppliers.  PNY PowerPacks are available now for purchase at select e-tailers, retailers, PNY.com, and through authorized PNY distribution partners.  For more information on the complete line of products that PNY has to offer, visit www.PNY.com.




About PNY Technologies

Established in 1985, PNY Technologies®, Inc. celebrates almost 30 years of business excellence as a leading manufacturer and supplier of Flash Memory Cards, USB Flash Drives, Mobile Accessories, Solid State Drives, Memory Upgrades, NVIDIA® Graphics Cards, and HP Accessories. The company’s Mobility, Digital Imaging, Computing, and Gamingsolutions are widely available from major retail, e-tail and authorized distribution partners internationally. Headquartered in Parsippany, NJ, PNY maintains facilities in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. http://www.PNY.com  www.facebook.com/PNY


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I was an IT consultant for 20 years and ran my own web design and development company for an additional 3 years. I have been involved with technology from birth. OK, that maybe an exaggeration, but it sure is a long time. I'm also an avid Home Theater geek and self appointed installer for friends and relatives. My first serious modding of Smart-Phones started with my T-Mobile WING and now Android devices. I'm also a bit of a photographer, although Android has kind of taken over my life and photography has taken a back seat.