I've got to admit, I receive more mobile batteries than most people and while I love it, there are just so many of them out there now. It's so hard to be different in this world of products that all want to provide the same thing; portable batteries, but there are some out there that shift away from the norm - like Innovative Technology and its Justin line of batteries.
At first, I thought Justin was an actual name - like Justin Timberlake, but then you see the logo of Just - with a lightning bolt in the middle - In - aha, it all makes sense. Just, In. Innovative Technology make a slew of mobile batteries, ranging from as small as 3000mAh right up to a beast with 12,000mAh and everything in between.
For our review, the company sent us four models: the 5200mAh Power Bank with LCD Display, the 5400mAh Power Bank with Built-In Lightning & micro-USB cables, the 6000mAh Power Bank with Built-In Stand, and the 10,000mAh Power Bank. All three are different, so let's dive right into them.
Starting with the 5200mAh Power Bank with LCD display, which kind of explains itself - we have a 5200mAh battery with a built-in LCD display which looks glorious in person. The LCD is super bright, with 5V/1A input and output.
The next charger ramps things up a bit, offering 5200mAh of battery, while offering up a Lightning cable, and micro USB cable. This battery has 5V/2.1A of output, which is what you want for fast-charging your device.
The 6000mAh Power Bank with built-in stand is one of the more interesting chargers in the Justin range, offering a decent sized battery with 5V/1A input, and 5V/2.1A output. On top of that, we have a great stand that allows you to watch videos on your tablet or smartphone while it's charging. It also doubles as a great night stand next to your bed, or on your computer desk.
The final battery we have on our review table today is the much bigger 10,000mAh Power Bank, which offers two USB outputs - one of which is 1A out, while the other is 2.1A. The big draw card here is obviously the huge 10,000mAh battery - which will last days and days of charging your device up every night.
As for prices, we have:
- Power Bank with Built-In Connectors (5200mAh) - MSRP $69.99
- Power Bank with LCD Display (5200mAh) - MSRP $29.99
- Power Bank (10,000mAh) - $49.99
- Power Bank with Built-In Stand (6000mAh) - MSRP $29.99
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications & Availability]
- Page 2 [A Closer Look & Using the Justin Power Banks]
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