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Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review

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Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
Introduction and Design:

The Motorola P793 Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack is really what you should expect of a mobile juicer – a slim device capable of delivering 1420mAh worth of extra charge to satiate the energy cravings of your cell phone. Its microUSB cable built into the package contributes to the compact feel of this portable charger. The Power Pack actually has a rather down-for-business determined look with its black body and simple shapes.  The device has a height of 3.94” (110mm) and weight of 2.16” (55mm) with a thin 0.39” (10mm) profile. It tipped the scales at 1.92 ounces, which makes it a lightweight pocketable gizmo that you can easily carry around.

The Motorola P793 Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack is a slim and light device - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
The Motorola P793 Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack is a slim and light device - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
The Motorola P793 Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack is a slim and light device - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review

The Motorola P793 Universal Dual-Charging Portable Power Pack is a slim and light device


On the front you have the power button, which unleashes the power pack's charging force, while just above it is a charging indicator consisting of four indicator lights. This is the only means of communication between you and the portable juicer, so a quick look at the four indicators will give you an idea of just how much charge you have left. When eventually you drain its battery, you'll have to plug it into a USB outlet. A flashing light then indicates that the Motorola Power Pack is charging and when you have all four indicators lit-up again, your charger should be ready to juice up gizmos at its full capacity.

Power button on top - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
microUSB port on the side - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
USB port - Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review

Power button on top

microUSB port on the side

USB port


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Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review
Motorola P793 Universal USB Portable Power Pack Review

Charging Nokia N8

  


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posted on 21 Apr 2011, 19:20

1. Guest (unregistered)


The battery is the same size as it is for HTC phones because HTC doesn't believe in big batteries. Other brands not so much droid bionic will have a 1920mA battery which will not be enough. Not sure if ill get it.

posted on 16 Sep 2011, 12:57

2. hlwachen (Posts: 1; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)


I assume the micro USB port is for charging the P793, but what is the USB port for? The blue extender is I assume to charge my DROID. How much of my DROID will be charged when the charger is a full capacity. And how much time does it take?Aproximately. With the P793 plugged into the DROID I can continue to use the smartphone as long as I have it plugged in until all of the charge is used up. Right?
Thanks for your help.
hlwachen@aol.com

posted on 10 Oct 2011, 14:11

3. bigjimmy (unregistered)


Usb is used for any other device you want to charge. You droid will be charged 100% if you have the stock battery in it. You can also use your phone or any device while you're charging.

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