This - http://dx.com/p/power-bank-6000mah-m...r-black-124421
I was not sure about this product but it turns out to be perfect. Charged 2x my ipod touch 4G (from around 5-10%), 1x iPhone 4S(from 10%), and my HOX from 10 to 50% and it is still not dead ! (I am sure that I can charge my iPod Touch 4 From Dead again ! And also it can charge 2 devices at once ! (I was charging my HOX and the 4S at the same time !) If I do the calculations - 2x850Mah + 1300Mah+ 900Mah(I was using my hox while charging) = 3900 and I am pretty sure it has around 900-1100mah left = 5000mah which is very close to the specified 6000mah. Also the quality is very good ! It was way over my expectations. Very solid and feels great. And the price is just 24$.... Must buy if you are a heavy user !
..... Nokia 5800 (CFW) (Broken) > Samsung Omnia 7 (Unlocked and Lost) > HTC One X (Sold) > HTC One Running 4.4.2 and Sense 6.0 (CPU @ 2GHz and GPU @ 487Mhz)
Acer Iconia A500 (Sold) > Kindle Fire HDX 7'' (Full Stock)
iPod Touch 4G (Cracked Screen but still working)
I bought it, and frankly I think it sucks balls - bigtime. It's slippery, low quality and pretty bulky.
However, I also bought this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/3200mAh-Exte...item589a3959c1
It's solid, it's got a (kind of working) kickstand, it is rubberized - so it's not extremely slippery like the white one, it looks 20x better - and is a lot more sleek. It has slightly less rated capacity - but in my experience it lasts longer than the white one.
I'm keeping the white one around as a very last resort - but I hardly ever use it. The black one I linked to is very, very, very much better.
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