Paick Showcasing Ultra-Thin Pop-Up Battery at CES 2014

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Paick LogoWith lots of external battery packs on the market, sometimes it takes a bit of creativity for a particular product to stand out from the crowd. Paick’s latest battery pack might be one of those products. Its new Noble product comes in at only a half-inch thin, while packing 6000mAh of power for mobile devices.

Paick Noble battery pop upWhen it comes to deciding on a battery pack, high capacities and/or less bulk can mean all the difference when you’re packing your gear bag.

Not only is the Noble thin, about half as much as most, but it features a pop-up interface housing the USB ports. This design lets users keep the ports free from dust, lint or anything else that might get in there while not in use. It also looks pretty clean and streamlined, with its aluminum casing and rounded edges.

Users get a 1.0A and 2.1A port, which can charge smartphones and tablets alike. Like most battery packs, there is a 4-LED gauge to show the approximate amount of power available. Notable with the Paick Noble is its lithium-ion polymer battery, which many say is more reliable than the normal lithium-ion counterpart.

The Paick Noble slim battery is going to be showcased at CES 2014. If you’re not heading to Vegas, not to worry; [easyazon-link asin=”B00GRSD37G” locale=”us”]you can already buy the Noble on Amazon.[/easyazon-link]

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