Hue Pro delivers portable energy for your power hungry devices


hueproI am quite sure that many of us do happen to carry at least a couple of mobile devices with us wherever we go each day – the smartphone would surely be one of them, while the other would be the tablet for some, and frequent travelers who head off to different destinations might want to tote around a GPS device, too, just in case they need to lock down on a particular location pronto despite being in an unfamiliar territory. Well, while many of us do remember to charge up our handsets, before we head off to bed, some of us do find that we run into a momentary lapse of concentration, resulting in a half dead battery that will not be able to last the rigors of a full day’s action. Fret not, as there are different portable portable power devices around, and JunoPower intends to jump into the game with the Hue Pro.

The Hue Pro is an extremely powerful portable power supply, packing in a whopping 10,000 mAh external battery that looks rather stylish thanks to its brushed aluminum case, giving it a sleek look as well as a rugged exterior. It is made out of high quality, original Samsung lithium ion cells, and yet feels deceptively lightweight. When it matters the most, the Hue Pro power bank can power up a couple of smartphones, tablets, GPS devices or cameras simultaneously, which means you can get going in double quick time. Not only that, there is also an integrated LCD display that offers additional functionality so that you, the user, will be able to have an idea on just how much juice there is left remaining in the Hue Pro, and whether the Hue Pro itself is in line for a recharge.

The Hue Pro will arrive in midnight black, brilliant blue, glamorous gold and sterling silver shades, and it will retail for $59.99 if you are interested.

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John Says: September 4, 2014 at 2:31 am

Nice device

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