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Symtek TF100 Portable Power Charger for Blackberry iPhone iPod PSP

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Symtek TF100 Portable Power Charger for Blackberry iPhone iPod PSP

Brand: Symtek
MPN: TF100
Condition: New

Portable Power Pack
Adds up to 5 full charges to your device
Ultra-slim rechargeable lithium polymer battery pack
Includes AC charger with interchangeable plugs for worldwide use
100V-220 VAC, 50/60Hz Input
5-5.8 VDC ~ 500mA (USB) Output
1 to 2 hours charging time
4 LED's (0 to Max.) Remaining Battery Capacity Meter
Built-in short circuit, over-voltage and high temperature safety protection
Perfect for use with your iPods, cell phones, and portable gaming systems
Includes drawstring travel pouch, worldwide travel charger with US, UK and EU plugs, USB charging cable and a detailed user's guide

Tips for the following mobile devices (included)
LG Chocolate, Sony-Ericson, Samsung, Motorola RAZR V3/Blackberry, Sony PSP, Palm Treo, Nokia, Motorola V8 and iPod/iPhone

TekFuel MD
AC Charger with US, UK and EU Blades
USB Connection Cable
A Set of Tips
Protection Bag
User Guide

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