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Huntkey markets latest power banks

18 Sep 2012

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The PBA5200 and HPBA6000 power banks from Huntkey Enterprise Group have larger capacities compared to previous models, allowing them to meet charging needs on more digital equipment.

PBA5200, with a capacity of 5200mAh and loaded with a polymer lithium ion battery, has two USB ports that enable it to charge two digital products at the same time. The charging and discharging time can exceed 1000 cycles. Four built-in protection systems (OVP, OCP, OTP & SCP) guarantee product safety.

The four LED lights on the power bank monitored by a mini-PC display how much power remains in the power bank. The undersurface is made of aluminum, which gives smooth texture and superb heat dissipation. PBA5200 is equipped with a 1-to-3 charging cable, making it compatible with most mobile phones and digital products.

With a larger capacity of 6000mAh, HPBA6000 is more suitable for outdoor travelers. HPBA6000 can also self-test to confirm if a power bank is an authentic Huntkey-made product. When charging an electrical product, it adjusts the output current based on how much is needed.

With the introduction of PBA5000 and HPBA6200, Huntkey has expanded its lineup of power banks to 6 models, from 2000mAh to 6000mAh.

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