Pronto - the fastest battery

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    It is difficult to surprise with something new in the portable battery market.
    New devices differ in form factor, capacity of "cans" and special innovations, like nobody expects.
    Yes, interesting concepts and solutions appear, such as wireless chargers like Qimini Deuce or new fuel cells , but they are far from the mass market.

    The Power Practical guys felt that something else could be improved.

    And they came up with an external battery called Pronto.
    Its main difference from all existing solutions on the market is speed.

    Pronto is able to accumulate enough energy to fully charge one smartphone in 5 minutes.

    This is achieved thanks to the ability to charge Pronto with a higher current than conventional external batteries.
    The developers presented two models - Pronto 5 and Pronto 12.

    The Pronto 5 model consumes 25 watts per hour (5V x 5A), Pronto 12 - 60 watts per hour (12V x 5A).
    Model 5 has a 4,500 mAh battery, while the older brother has 13,500 mAh.

    List of the main differences between the two models (Pronto 5 and Pronto 12):
    Capacity: 4500 mAh and 13500 mAh
    Availability of ports: 1 USB output and 2 USB outputs, 1 12V output
    Weight: 270 grams and 520 grams.
    Both batteries are equipped with an aluminum housing. Shockproof and moisture proof.
    Pronto 12 can be called a truly camp battery due to the presence of a 12V output.
    From it you can charge any equipment such as cameras or noubooks using an adapter for a car.
    Read more about Pronto on the project page on Kickstarter .

    While the Power Practical is getting ready for Pronto production, you can make fun of the Ozaki D26 , Ozaki J104 robotic batteries ,
    or the unkillable Zendure Gridder one and Zendure A2 .

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