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Fusion Pack Linkable External Battery Packs Hit Kickstarter

by Shane McGlaun

Keeping your portable devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones charged up on the go can be a big challenge. This is especially true if you spend most of your time away from an outlet. A new product has turned up on Indiegogo called the Fusion Pack, that aims to keep you juiced up for hours or possibly days on end.

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These battery packs are linkable allowing you to get more power for charging larger devices like notebooks. Each individual Fusion Pack has a substantial 24000mAh of internal power, and when linked you get 48000mAh.


The individual pack measures a little more than six inches square by about a half inch thick, and takes about six hours to charge fully. It can recharge an iPhone 5 in 45 minutes, and you can recharge that same phone about 15 times per charge. A pledge of $120(USD) will get you a Fusion Pack during the early bird stage. A pair of the devices for linked power requires a pledge of $200.

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