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Choiix Power Fort 5600 Portab  le Charger Review @ APH - PCSTATS.com Choiix Power Fort 5600 Portab le Charger Review @ APH
Tue, Jan 10 2012 | 3:45AM | Filed under: Mobile Devices| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

In the perspective of certain people, life is difficult to live. You need to learn how to live independently, learn how to deal with irritating problems as they arise, and develop your ideas on how to survive in society. Others simply view living independently as part of something we must all learn. Some people also believe irritating problems help develop character and learn life lessons. As Albert Einstein once said, A person who has never made a mistake never tried anything new. Whatever stage of life you are going through, I personally would not know. However, personally speaking, I would rather go through the latter described. Considering myself as a technology enthusiast, catching up on some of the relatively new gadgets on the market, let`s just say I don`t necessarily have the best of luck. When it comes down to electronics, the batteries usually die in a shorter time frame than expected, considering how I like to put everything on full power. Although you might suggest the Choiix Power Fort 5.5 and the original Choiix Power Fort to fix up the issues, the thing is, I might need to stuff my pockets with two or three of each. Looking on the bright side, however, I may not have to spend quite as much now, as Choiix has come up with a bigger and better solution -- the Power Fort 5600. This little guy packs a 5600 mAh battery, while giving an extra charge boot of 2.1A @ 5V. I`m not sure about you, but as for myself, this would keep me on the road for a much longer period of time. Read on to see what we have found!"

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