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Friday, 03 August 2012 15:05

POV/TGT launches Midas Force PowerPacks

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Up to 12,000mAh on the go


Point of View's TGT tuning team has added a new product line to its already impressive offer of factory overclocked graphics cards, the Midas Force PowerPacks line of premium mobile batterypack chargers.

Since we are talking about TGT team here, it is no wonder that we are looking at premium product lineup that features high quality battery cells that offer, unlike some of the competition, life time of up to 500 cycles. The new Midas Force PowerPacks, according to TGT, offers lower weight, smaller size, higher capacity, life time of over 500 cycles and can even hold the charge for over a year extending the life time of the battery cells due to low leakage.

The new Midas Force PowerPacks are available in 3,000mAh, 5,200mAh and impressive 12,000mAh versions providing enough power for a wide range of device all the way from smartphones to the new iPad.

Midas Force PowerPacks are already available in Europe, at TGT's website shop with a price tag set at €39 for the 3,000mAh model, €49 for the 5,200mAh one and €99 for the 12,000mAh one.

You can check them all out here.

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Last modified on Friday, 03 August 2012 19:15

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