Daily Deal: 72% Off Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack

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Today’s Daily Deal gets you 72% off the Power Vault 18000mAh Portable Battery Pack. This light-weight and compact (0.4″ thick) pack lets you charge 2 USB-compatible devices at once. It has enough power to keep your phone or tablet online while you’re out and about and can easily fit in your backpack, laptop case or purse. There are only 4 days left on this deal.

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Anonymous Coward says:

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No, this will not power a laptop that requires a standard AC power supply. It will power a tablet, phone or media device that accepts power from USB.

Even if you found a way to adapt the USB with an inverter (or a step up voltage converter to DC), I doubt this thing could handle the load of most laptops… it’s simply not designed for it and it would likely be dangerous (think exploding batteries).

Scote (profile) says:

Re: Standard numbers.

“Shouldn’t that be 18Ah?”

No. It should use the same basis as other USB batteries, and the basis used in the batteries in portable electronic devices. An iPhone 5 battery, for example, is listed as 1440mAh, not 1.44Ah. Electrical engineering pedants are free to convert to to amp hours in their heads, of course.

Leigh Beadon (profile) says:

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Go check out the website if you want. They are a perfectly reputable company, with partnerships with several large blogs. Many, many, many domains for companies large and small are registered using WhoIs Proxies. Attempting to portray that as sketchy is just silly, and feels like a desperate attempt to discredit this campaign by any means, for no obvious reason.

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