Jackery Mini Review
Sean Gibson / Apr 30th, 2013 No Comments
What Does the Jackery Mini Do?
Quite frankly, the Jackery Mini saves your ass whenever a device runs out of power. This is a problem that every single device owner has experienced at one point or another and this little gadget is a pure lifesaver. This most especially happens while travelling, but really, keeping the Jackery Mini in your laptop bag or even on your person is a wise idea. The unit plugs into your computer, sucks in juice for about 5-6 hours and then is all ready to have a device plug into it and provide the power.
The Jackery Mini is a revelation for gadget geeks. Our first test saw a completely dead iPhone 5 charge up to 100% in less than an hour. While it doesn’t boast it, the recharge times seemed to be quicker than the standard plug into the wall. In additional, using a smartphone (iPhone 5) or a tablet (fourth-generation iPad) worked wonderfully. With the press of the single button on the Jackery Mini, the device flows power from its reserves into the plugged in device. It really is that simple and the amount of extra operation time the Jackery Mini provides is really impressive.
The Jackery Mini is offered up at Amazon for only $29.95 which is well below what we believe to be the opportunity value of the product. It’d be more than reasonable to pay 25-35% more and still think that it was priced appropriately. For gadget geeks that travel a ton, this device is an immediate must-buy and overall, it also has a nice wow-factor if you like to brag about having the latest and greatest.
It’s rare that a new gadget comes out that fills a hole in life that the industry has ignored, but the Jackery Mini has done just that. Most similar rechargeable batteries for smartphones and tables are double or even triple the size and weight of the Jackery Mini, and cost more too. For under $30, this little handy friend will be there when a smartphone or tablet needs it most and comes highly recommended for purchase.
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