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Can I use a portable battery pack to power my G-CONNECT?

Can I use a portable battery pack to power my G-CONNECT?

Yes, there are a variety of portable external battery products on the market that will not only power your tablets and smartphones, but also your G-CONNECT (Mophie, Hyperjuice). The battery specifications should have an output current of 5V and 2.1A. You will use the included G-CONNECT Power cable, just unplug the USB power adapter and plug the USB end into the portable external battery pack.

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Article ID: 116 Article Created: 07-22-2013 16:52 PMLast Modified: 07-22-2013 16:52 PM

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