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The Powergorilla laptop charger will give you an extra 2-5 hours of power, depending on your laptop's specification, and over 20 hours on various other electronic devices.
Powergorilla will work with devices up to 24Volts - so from your laptop, right the way down to your mobile phone or iPod. Just select which voltage you require; 5V, 8.4V, 9.5V, 12V, 16V, 19V or 24V and the LCD screen will indicate which setting has been chosen, then connect your device and start charging. You can even daisy-chain, so whilst the Powergorilla is charging your laptop, you can charge the Powergorilla from the mains power supply, or charge your laptop and your mobile phone simultaneously.
One-touch button technology means the Powergorilla portable charger for laptops is easy to use and its sleek, aluminium casing with shock resistant rubber protection strips makes it a stylish accessory for your laptop.
The Powergorilla has input voltage auto recognition which means that if you use your own AC laptop charger (between 16 - 24V only), the Powergorilla portable charger will automatically detect the voltage level and set the LCD display accordingly. It also has a permanent on feature so that when the Powergorilla detects it has been connected to a device, the LCD screen will flash and the user can double-click the on/off button to permanently lock the Powergorilla on.
By selecting the 8.8 option on the LCD screen, the USB will be locked permanently on - this is beneficial if charging a low power consumption device from USB.
Please note: to power an Apple MacBook Pro or a MacBook air you will need to use your gorilla's car socket and purchase an Magsafe cable from apple.com. For Apple MacBook charging solutions please contact Shop Akari.
When used in conjunction with the Solargorilla, you'll have a totally portable power station - perfect for when you're "off-grid". The Powergorilla portable charger also features Solargorilla auto recognition, which means when you connect it to the solargorilla, the powergorilla will shut off unnecessary internal circuits to improve charging time by up to 2 hours - confirmed by the solar symbol in the LCD screen.
The Powergorilla has also been on field tests out in Afghanistan, Madagascar, Zambia, Antarctica and Norway. Being subjected to extremely hot and very cold temperatures, the Powergorilla has successfully charged numerous laptops and other power-hungry devices and is a favorite amongst our brand ambassadors.
Please note: To use with Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and Macbook you will need an Apple MagSafe Airline Adaptor or an alternate connection solution. The MagSafe cable is only suitable for Apple Macs incorporating the MagSafe style of connector. If you are unsure if your Mac uses Magsafe, you may require the L77D tip for the older Mac laptops (such as Powerbook.). The MagSafe Airline adaptor cable will only POWER laptops, not charge them. For an alternative connection solution to the Apple MagSafe Airline Adaptor - please contact Powertraveller support. Please remember, the Powergorilla is not a toy and should be treated with as much respect as you would give your laptop.
Will Also Work With
- SLR Cameras
- Hand-held Cameras/Action Cameras
- iPhones/Smart Phones
- Mobile Phone
- PSP/Hand-held/Games Consoles
- Head Torches
Number of Charges
- Laptop: 1-2 times
- iPad/tablet: 3-4 times
- iPhone/smartphone: 6-10 times
- GPS: 8-10 times
- Mobile phone: 8-10 times
- Milliamps Hour (mAh): 21000
- Dimensions (L*H*W cm): 21.5 x 13 x 17
- Battery Type: Lithium Polymer
- Voltage: 24V
- Weight: 700g
- Dimensions: 215 x 130 x 17mm
- Battery type: HD Lithium Polymer
- Battery capacity: 6 x 3500mAh
- Output voltage: 5V - 24V
In The Box
- Powertraveller Powergorilla Portable Charger
- 9 x mobile device tips: Retractable USB Cable with DC3.5 tip, DC2.0 (mini Nokia), Micro USB, Mini USB, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, DC 4.0 (Sony PSP), Nintento DS-Lite
- 15 x gorillanut tips: 8 x Male straight tips & 7 x Female right angled tips
- In-car socket
- DC extension cable (80cm)
- Protective storage case
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