JunoPower announces HUE Stick that charges up your gizmos in style

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With the number of mobile devices that we carry around these days, there are bound to be moments when we get up to face a brand new day, forgetting that we have a power hungry device that did not get its “daily dose” of power the night before. Hence, it is a frantic race against time as you make your way to work, all the time thinking about just when you can find an opportunity to power up your beeping device that is on its last 5% of juice. It is a good thing then, that there are third party hardware manufacturers that foresee such a thing happening that deliver power banks, which is why they JunoPower has come up with one of its most advanced portable batteries to date – the HUE Stick.

Basically, the HUE Stick would be able to deliver up to 2,600mAh of power, all of it coming in a sleek aluminum case which will tip the scales at all of just half a dozen ounces, now how about that for added portability without weighing you down? It might be small, but as the proverb says, do not despise small beginnings as this tiny battery is ideal for long haul flights, road trips, camp outs, as well as daily charging on-the-go.

It is said that the high performance HUE Stick will be able to fully charge a completely dead 5 Volt device (and that would include the likes of smartphones, tablets, GPS navigation units, and cameras among others) in a matter of just two to three hours. Not only that, HUE Stick’s fully integrated LED indicator is perfect to inform you of the remaining amount of power left within the power bank, and to inform you of the correct time to recharge.

Not only that, it comes with a built-in LED flashlight which can be activated with a single touch, giving you another way to get around in pitch black darkness. The HUE Stick will play nice with all iOS and Android devices, and will retail for $21.99 a pop.

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