Daily Deal: ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30000mAh Battery Pack

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Grab the ZeroLemon ToughJuice 30000mAh Battery Pack for 40% off in the Techdirt Deals store and keeping your devices topped up will be a breeze. It comes with an anti-shock outer layer and enough juice to recharge an iPhone6 around 11 times before the battery pack runs down. It has 2 1A USB ports and 2 2A USB ports allowing for quick charging of 4 devices simultaneously. The battery pack will easily fit in your bag so you can take it anywhere and stay connected.

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Anonymous Coward says:

Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

Ha, that’s nothing. I’ve got a 30,000,000 µAh battery pack!

“No, it wouldn’t, since virtually all device batteries and battery packs are listed in mAh.”

Um, no they’re not. Try, for example, to find a car battery specified in mAh.

It is, however, common practice to do so these days as a marketing ploy in the mobile phone industry.

Leigh Beadon (profile) says:

Re: Re: Re: 30,000 mAH?

These devices have nothing to do with cars. And no, it’s not a marketing ploy. Do you have any proof of that or reason to believe it other than a wearying level of unnecessary cynicism? Mobile device batteries have been rated in mAh for a long time because their capacities have only ever been in the range of a few Ah and only sometimes round numbers, so it makes no sense to list everything in Ah with decimal places. This is also a standard that was established when capacities were lower.

Honestly, you think this is a marketing ploy? The average phone consumer doesn’t know what an ampere is let alone a milliamp hour, nor do they care. As for us, we’re going to continue listing products in the way that literally all products of this category and with which these things are designed to interoperate are currently listed in. If you want to think that’s some idiotic cheap marketing conspiracy, go ahead I guess, but I think you’re being too “clever” for your own good.

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