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Powerbank: from Concept to Current Day Necessity - New Design Available by Hope Valley

The brief history of the power bank and the development of the modern use.

Feb 16 2014, 4:58pm CST | by

Laramie, WY, February 16, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Powerbank was conceptually introduced at an electronics show in Las Vegas in 2001 in its rudimentary state. Today, it has become a necessity as phones get more powerful with more applications draining power. Apple Inc. started the race for a mobile power source when it first launched iPhones in 2007.

Realizing its potential, manufacturers began research to produce and market a mobile power source. A couple of years later, the portable external battery charger began to fill the shelves. Apple's customers demanded a solution to the limited battery life and Apple came up with the powerbank.

It was a slow market and not until the years 2007 to 2012, when the e-commerce industry boomed and smart phones were introduced, starting with the iPhone by Apple Inc.

iPhone led to the advent of the powerbank when it was launched in 2007. Apple introduced the revolutionary designed iPhone but its powerful software functions drain its batteries fast. The iPhone’s lithium batteries then only lasted four hours with continuous use. Its power hungry device needed a small economical back up charger.

Today, powerbanks come in a variety of shapes, colors and makes. OEM has made (Original Equipment Manufacturing), which makes the back up chargers cheaper to produce for retail sales and they are now able to charge a larger range of smart phones and devices. One such product can be found at http://www.thebuzz-gonewild.com/ or http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GW5MWGM. It is available in five metallic colors, namely Red, blue, silver, gold and black. They are designed to be ultra-compact or in lipstick and perfume sized powerbank sticks.

The 5 in 1 charging set also comes with fast data synchronization USB cable, wall charger, car charger, adapter, earphone and audio splitter.

The 2,600 mili Ampere hour (mAh) powerbank stick can charge up iPhones, iPods, Samsung, Kindle and other brands of smart phones and electronic devices. They are priced at $17.99 each.

The website also sells 5-in-1 iPhone charging set for iPhone5, 5s and 5c models and iPods.

The Buzz is a product line being developed by a new start up company. Hope Valley is currently selling exclusively on Amazon.com. As a new company, they are aware that they have to work hard with superior products and service to gain customer confidence. Their staff take pride in their customer service and high quality useful family oriented products. Hope Valley's profits are channeled into a support system for many young adults and several children with disabilities. They are proud of the fact they have a combined Consumer related service of over 60 years experience. Hope Valley value their neighbor and you.

Contact Information:
Hope Valley
Rick Skagen
307 761 3327
Contact via Email
http://www.thebuzz-gonewild.com/

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