Juice is something that is becoming more and more in demand. Although, it is true that Orange juice seems to be going up in price, that is not what we are talking about. It is battery juice that seems to be continually becoming more in demand. As devices become more sophisticated, with greater processors and RAM, the batteries are also upgraded. That said, they still don't seem to last long enough and especially if you are a heavy user. That is where battery banks come in and they are really starting to become good sellers. If you are in the market for a new battery bank, then you might want to think about the newly announced 'offGRID Backup Battery Bank' by Incipio.
The Backup Battery Bank was just announced today by Incipio at CES in Las Vegas. Now, there are plenty of battery banks out there to choose from, but the big selling point for this one is that it comes with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 technology built in. As such (and as long as you smartphone is compatible) you can benefit from up to 75% faster charging. Quick charge aside, the Backup Battery Bank is a beast in its own right, boasting a 6000mAh battery inside. In addition, the bank also offers dual ports so that two devices can be charged at the same time. If you are charging two devices, then one of them can still benefit from the Quick Charge technology while the other will charge at the standard rate.
If you are wondering whether your smartphone is compatible then you will need to check what processor you are running, as the Quick charge technology is compatible with those with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800+ processors. To throw you a few examples – the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Motorola DROID Turbo, Moto X (2014), LG G3 and HTC One M8. It is also worth noting if your device is not compatible you can still use the Backup Battery Bank to charge your device although it will only charge at the normal conventional rate. If you are thinking about picking up the Backup Battery Bank then it will be available for $99.99. If you want more information then click the source link below to head over to the offGRID Backup Battery Bank listing at Incipio