Everyone who’s tired of their mobile devices running out of juice at the wrong time, can look towards the Panasonic portable power packs. These auxiliary sources of charging can be used to power up both smartphones and tablets.
The peripherals that will arrive in Japan on the aforementioned date are cited to be economical as well as environment-friendly. The entire power solutions range comprises 8 choices spanning from lightweight builds right to heavier ones.
They are expected to be ideal for on-the-move users not wishing to be stranded without power at any point of time. Notably, safety mechanisms such as isolation of the battery component and more have been incorporated, especially in the more robust units.
One among the series is the QE-QL301 that features a minimum capacity of 10,260mAh, which is the highest in the lineup. It has the potential to juice up 2 devices simultaneously, like a smartphone and a slate. The peripheral happens to sport a pair of USB ports for hooking up more than one gadget.
3 contactless types included in the series charge devices wirelessly owing to the built-in Qi technology. Alternative ways of doing the same via USB ports and AC outlets are also available.
The Panasonic portable power packs’ price and availability details have not received a clear mention at present. As stated above, they are expected to be available from May 28 onwards in Japan.