View Full Version : Review: PSP 4800mAh Emergency Charger

May 1st, 2006, 22:14
PSP 4800mAh Emergency Charger
Manufacturer: PEGA
Site : Buy from Brando (http://videogame.brando.com.hk/prod_detail.php?prod_id=00120&dept_id=006&cat_id=006)
Price: $22.00

Overview : This Emergency Charger contains a 4800mah lithium battery. It connects with your PSP console externally and providing more than double battery life.

Features :

Store energy in the lithium battery with the PSP AC adaptor and then supply the power to the PSP game console at any time
ON/OFF switch
LED indicator
4800mAh lithium battery
Size : 75.3 x 80.2 x 17.8 mm
Weight : 117gm

Quality/Usability : You would charge this like you would with your PSP. You can plug your PSP AC adapter to charge the battery pack or use one of those USB power cables. On average, it takes about 1-2 hours to charge the battery pack completely. When charging, the LED will be red. When its done charging, the LED will be green.

Just like my review for the Large Capacity External Battery Pack w/Cliphook (http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=23642), this battery pack features and ON/OFF switch. When in use, slide the switch to ON to power the PSP. When not in use, slide the switch to OFF to conserve battery power.

For maximum portability, this comes with a plastic belt pouch that clips onto your belt.

Conclusion : This is probably the largest capacity battery pack I have reviewed. This is 4800mAh of power! Although it is a little big in size, it does come with a plastic belt pouch to clip onto your belt to carry around. If this plastic belt pouch is like the ones used for cellphones, these wouldnt last too long on a normal daily use.

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