Choiix Powerfort Portable Battery Pack

We’re seen so many portable battery packs these days and they keep coming in different size, shape and power capacity. There’s another one that’s supposed to be released locally and comes from Choiix (part of the Cooler Master group).

They sent me samples a couple of weeks ago and been using them with my portable devices everyday.

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They’ve got a couple of variants — the 1500mAh entry-level and the 2700mAh travel kit.

The 2700mAh variant, which comes with the travel kit, includes a car charger and USB-to-mini-USB connectors. There are no special adaptors included so expect to only be able to use it with devices that come with the standard USB plug.

It supports the iPad, PSP, smartphones, mp3 players and other smaller electronic devices.

Have not thoroughly tested them will all of my gadgets except for the ZTE MF60 which nets me a total of 13 – 14 hours (including the internal battery).

At the beginning of the day, I plug the Powerfort into the portable WiFi, chuck them inside the laptop bag and forget about them until I get back home in the evening. Sometimes, it even has some power left to last until midnight. Now that’s my all-day walking hotspot solution.

Here are some basic specs of the portable power pack:

Choiix Powerfort
Power capacity: 2700mAh / 10Whrs
Input Voltage: 5V / 1A
Output Voltage: 5V / 1A
Weight: 102 g (3.6 oz)
Dimensions: 110 X 64 X 12mm
Charge time: 3-4 hours

What’s also nice about this one is that they’ve included three (3) LED bulbs at the bottom that works as a mini-flashlight.

The retail price is not yet final but they could be in the Php1.5k, Php2k and Php3k price points once they arrive (I am told they could be lower once finalized).

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

8 Responses

  1. Avatar for Ajcalderonmd Ajcalderonmd says:

    Is this better than the energizer power packs? Just bought the xp2000 at P1800, pero i also want the xp18000 at 18000mAh peronasa 10t pa, sa powerfort or power rocks kaya me ganon din kalakas? Tnx

  2. Avatar for JAY JAY says:

    for P2,250 check out..



    search www.ebay.ph or www.tipidpc.com

  3. Avatar for Ian Ian says:

    Ang mahal naman. MagPowerocks ka na lang. 2600mah 990 lang sa Accent Micro. maliit pa!

    • Avatar for Ann Ann says:

      Maganda po ba yang power rocks? May binili kasi ako dati MiLi yung brand tapos 800 lang sya 2000mAh. Kaso ang bilis malowbatt. Fake ata un. :p

    • Avatar for caloi caloi says:

      @ian mabilis ba magcharge ng phone yung power rocks?
      @ann san tindahan mo binili yung mili?

  4. Avatar for johnfortich johnfortich says:

    It’ll be more interesting if it has some solar panel of sorts to lengthen its power capacity. Wonder what available portable solar panel is compatible with this device?

  5. Avatar for caloi caloi says:

    i want one

  6. Avatar for jonaflormicfren jonaflormicfren says:

    Nice power back ups, i wish that it could meet my expectations.

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