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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®, ...

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ChargeAll Indiegogo Portable Power Outlet Curling Iron

Worlds Smallest Portable Power Outlet from ChargeAll Goes Live on IndieGoGo

In the mobile tech world there are a few things that we all see. Draining batteries. Smartphones have a plethora of external battery banks that you can pick up to help keep you charged up on the go, but other devices, like laptops, don’t always have a simple solution. When you are traveling and you see the low battery warning you are kind of out of luck unless there is a wall outlet close at hand. A reputable company, ChargeAll, is looking to rectify that situation with a new IndieGoGo campaign for what they are calling the worlds smallest power outlet. Yes, it looks pretty large, but the specs and what it is/can do makes its size a necessary evil currently. Physical measurements come in at 6 x 4 x 1 inches, which isn’t all that terrible. Mind you, that is the smaller, more portable version. ChargeAll has two versions on ...

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