Smartphone sized battery pack can recharge your phone and jump start your car!

The market is flooded with portable battery packs. We get almost daily of emails telling us of new and improved pocket power packs here at TechAssimilate. So it’s great to see an innovative device with a bit more punch, and application case uses than usual. Let us introduce you to the Juno Power Jumpr.

Jumpr recharges your smartphone

Jumpr recharges your smartphone

Smartphone, tablet and device charging

The Juno Power Jumpr is a multi-purpose battery pack that can recharge your smartphone or tablet, thanks to its 6,000mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery capacity. It features a USB 5V 2.1A output so can handle even the biggest USB chargeable portable device requirements with ease. Even the meatiest smartphones usually only pack a battery of about 3,000mAh capacity, the Juno Power Jumpr battery should be able to top these up from zero twice.

Start my car!

But what if, as a road warrior, you are out and about and your smartphone or iPad has plenty of power but your car is dead as a dodo? Well the Juno Power Jumpr can help you with this sticky situation too. The Jumpr can supply 12V output at a peak of 300 amps which is enough to start the average family car, “almost all 4-Cylinder and 6-Cylinder engines,” says Juno.

Jumpr jump-starts your car

Jumpr jump-starts your car

Juno Power Jumpr specs:

  • Capacity: 6000mAh
  • Cells: Original Samsung produced Lithium Ion
  • Size: 139 x 75 x 15mm
  • Weight: 7 Ounces (198g)
  • Output 1: 12V (150-300A).
  • Output 2: USB 5V 2.1A
  • Minimum Cycles: 500+
  • Recharge: via Micro USB or 12V car lighter port
  • Cables: Car battery jumper cables are included

If you are interested in this battery device you can pre-order one now for $89, the usual price is $99. It is expected to ship sometime this or next month according to the product info page.

This story caught the Tech Assimilator’s eye on the GizMag site.

Mark Tyson

Mark has worked for a number of years as a newshound on other technology news websites. He decided to write for Tech Assimilate thanks to this web site's open embracing vision of the fascinating world of personal technology. Mark has also worked in the printing and advertising industries for tens of years previously.

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