Mobile battery

Editor - January 19, 2015

Thanko released a pencil device that can be used in 3 ways: ball-point pen, stylus pen and 800mAh mobile battery. Thanko just might be the king of goofy/awesome Japanese gadgetry!
Thanko has released a portable device that combines a 5,000mAh mobile battery and 680mw+680mw high-power headphone amplifier. While charging your smart phone, you can use the headphone amplifier with the smartphone as well.
Sanwa Supply's new powerful 23,000mAh mobile battery can charge a laptop PC, tablet and smartphone simultaneously.

Editor - November 06, 2014

We're Working on Figuring out if We Really Need This (we do)
Japanese winters are very dry and that dry air can make your skin very dry. So, to moisturize your skin anytime you want, Thanko makes a product that combines handy mist and a mobile battery.

Thanko loves to combine different useful functionality with mobile USB batteries.

Today, we are going to introduce their new mobile battery hand warmer. Traditional hand warmers are usually disposable pads, but Thanko's hand warmer is not. It's more practical and eco-friendly.

The unit is designed to get warm, so please don't worry. It's not overheated! The built-in heating film makes the device warm, and you can choose your preferred level of warmth from Weak or Strong.

Thanko released "Mobile Battery Na Video Camera", 3000mAh mobile battery that has a small video camera built-in.

The camera has a 5MP CMOS sensor and is able to shoot full HD movies (1280x720, 30fps) continuously for up to 8 hours. The video you take will be saved in a microSD card (maximum 32GB).

By selecting Motion Sensing Mode, it can shoot for up to 48 hours.

From mobile battery brand cheero, a 10400mAh portable "Danboard" battery went on sale today for 3,750 yen. It's capable of charging an iPhone fully 5 times.

Danboard, also known as Danbo, is a cardboard box robot character that appears on a manga series called Yotsuba&! (pronounced Yotsubato!).

Mobile Battery...Rental?!
On July 7, Japan Airlines is going to start offering in-flight mobile battery rental service to their first-class passengers boarding domestic flights in Japan.

No seats on JAL's domestic flights have power outlets. With the new service, passengers will be able to use their devices without worrying about their remaining battery level.

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