The lead when unfurled is three metres and the power lead that connects to is another one and half metres long so in effect you can charge or power items up to four and a half metres from a power point. Of course this can be even further away if you use another lead extension.
So on a nice day you can work away in your garden and still have power.
The box contains the Life Hub, the Cradle that holds the wound cable, the mains cord, the power adapter and a small multi language manual.
Your PC will charge items with as little as .5amps of power, most power socket devices can charge at 1amp of power the Life Hub charges at up to 2.1amps so a lot quicker to charge your devices.
All the Life Hubs three ports can be populated with a range of Tablets, Smartphones or other Mobile devices without affecting the charging ability.
The hub itself is oval in shape and is 7cm long, 4.5cm wide and 1.5cm deep. There is a hole towards the back end of the oval and the inside centre of this lights up blue when power is going to the hub.
The three USB ports are situated at 90 degrees to each other around the three front sides of the hub.
Use whatever cable that came with your device, plug the full size USB port into the Innergie LifeHub and the other end – most commonly today – a micro USB plug into your device.
That’s it a simple device that as stated has one task. I would recommend you keep the cradle at hand as three metres of cable does tend to soon get tangled up and I am certain ‘the other half’ would not like a total of four and a hlf metres of lead hanging around.
The Innergie LifeHub is available from the link below for $54.99
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