Sanho HyperJuice Plug solves the multiipad owner's power conundrum

One for fun, the other for work? If that's how you roll with your iPads, then you might be well trained in the art of battery juggling. If, however, you're not, or you just like to keep things tip-top at all times, then makers of fine accessories, Sanho, have the product for you. The company claims the HyperJuice Plug is the world's first 15,600 mAh portable battery pack that can recharge a brace of iPads at the same time -- complete with retractable wall plug for convenience. It's not just Apple's slates, of course, with pretty much all USB gadgets being able to mainline the 15 watts (sharable over two ports) of juice. The HyperJuice Plug launched this week at the Singapore PC show, and lands in six "juicy" colors, yours from an equally juiced up $129.

Update: As some of you have pointed out $129 is the price for the 10,400mAh version, with the 15,600mAh device costing $159

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Sanho Unveils HyperJuice Plug – The World's First 15,600mAh Portable Battery Pack That Can Charge Two iPads Simultaneously. Features Retractable Wall Plug For Easy Recharging.

Fremont, CA based Sanho Corporation, creators of the "Hyper"
line of Apple accessories, portable power, and storage products, introduces HyperJuice
Plug to the retail marketplace. The device boasts a lithium ion 15,600mAh high-capacity
portable battery-pack that features two high powered USB ports, allowing users to
simultaneously recharge two USB devices (even two iPads) at the same time. HyperJuice
Plug got its name from its built-in retractable wall plug, which offers easy recharging from
any electrical outlet. The device will be launched at the Singapore PC Show 2012 on June
7th-10th, in Hall 404 / Booth A2040.

Compatibility will not be an issue, as users of Apple, Android, most tablets, smartphones,
and virtually any USB device can utilize HyperJuice's power.

"HyperJuice Plug's innovation lies in its ability to actively distribute its 15W power across
both USB ports, always delivering the maximum required charging power to connected
USB devices," claims Daniel Chin, President of Sanho Corporation and inventor of the
HyperJuice Plug.

An iPhone/smartphone will always get 5W of power and an iPad/tablet will always get
10W, regardless of which USB port is used. If two iPads/tablets are connected at the same
time, both will share the 15W power equally (7.5 W each), which is sufficient enough for
iPad/tablet charging.

A built-in retractable wall plugs allow for convenient recharging without the need to carry
additional charging cables. Once charged, HyperJuice gives the ability to recharge an
iPhone up to 11 times or extend an iPad's battery life by up to an additional 23 hours (14
hours for the new iPad).

In addition to the 15,600mAh HyperJuice Plug, a smaller 10,400mAh HyperJuice Plug
will also be available.

Specifications

Model: P15
Name: HyperJuice Plug 15,600mAh
Dimensions: 6.1" x 3.4" x 0.78" (155 x 88 x 20mm)
Weight: 16oz (453.5g)
Capacity: 15,600mAh
Input: 5W, 100-240V AC
Output: 5V, 15W Shared Between 2 USB Ports
Charging Time: 12 hours to full charge from empty
Battery Life: Fully recharge iPhone up to 11 times or extend iPad's battery life by up to an
additional 23 hours (14 hours for the new iPad)

Model: P10
Name: HyperJuice Plug 10,400mAh
Dimensions: 4.8″ x 3.4″ x 0.78″ (123 x 88 x 20mm)
Weight: 12.7oz (360g)
Capacity: 10,400mAh
Input: 5W, 100-240V AC
Output: 5V, 15W Shared Between 2 USB Ports
Charging Time: 8 hours to full charge from empty
Battery Life: Fully recharge iPhone up to 7 times or extend iPad's battery life by up to an
additional 15 hours (9 hours for the new iPad)

Price and Availability

The HyperJuice Plug 10,400mAh and 15,600mAh come with an aluminum battery
housing, available in six juicy colors (pink, blue, green, gold, silver, black). A five-level
LED battery indicator completes the all-in-one package. Both Plugs will be launched at the
Singapore PC Show at the manufacturer's suggested retail price of $129.95 and $159.95,
and can be purchased at http://www.hyperjuice.com/plug.

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