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Energizer Engergi To Go Rechargable Power Packs Review

Aren’t you just so sick and tired of your mobile devices running out of juice when you’re on-the-go? This is becoming a common headache for many people. But fret not, Energizer has come up with a range of solutions for the mobile generation. Read on to find out our verdict!

Handphones and other mobile devices has become an integral part of our lives in this modern time and age. For most people, having mobile devices ease our lives with the ability to communicate with others and the ability to be entertained and informed on-the-move. But for some people, their career and livelihood depends on the the gadgets they travel along with.

Seeing a need for more battery power on-the-go, XPAL Power teamed up with one of the biggest name in the industry, Energizer to bring you a whole range of portable rechargeable battery packs to suit the different needs of the consumers. With their wide range of rechargeable power packs, you’ll have enough backup power for all your different mobile devices; from music players, to netbooks/laptops.

Today, we have 2 of their higher range power packs for us to test. Read on to see how well they fair. But first, a short overview of the candidates.


  • Battery Cell: Lithium Polymer
  • Power Capacity: 4000 mAh @ 5v
  • Rated Input: DC 12V, Max 2000 mA
  • Rated Output: DC 5-8.4V, Max 1500 mA
  • Charge Time: ~4 Hrs
  • Weight: 4.9 oz / 0.14 kg
  • Dimensions:
  • 4.5 (L) x 2.9 (W) x 0.63 (H) Inches
  • 114.3 (L) x 73.66 (W) x 16 (H) mm


  • Battery Cell: Lithium Polymer
  • Power Capacity: 2000 mAh @5V
  • Three Solar Panels: 5.5V / 150 mA ea
  • Optimal solar tracking to help users find the best charging position for maximum sunlight
  • Charge Time: 6 Hours Solar/3 Hours AC adapter
  • Compact, Weighs 7.7 oz
  • Dimensions: 5 (L) x 3.3 (W) x 1(H) Inches

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