Categorized | Batteries

New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger) Reviews

New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger)

  • Heavy duty 5V/2A-1A Dual USB Charger charges 2 Devices rapidly. 2A output is for iPad/Tablet and 1A output is for iPhone/Smart phone
  • Enjoy 26 hours Movie time for iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G and iPod Touch 1G to 5G, 33% of the new iPad (iPad 3) battery life and 55% of iPad 2
  • Compatible with Major Smart phones includes iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, Android (Samsung Galaxy Note S S2, Nokia Lumia, HTC EVO sensation Thunderbolt Nexus), Droid Motorola Razr, LG optimus V, Blackberry Bold curve Torch
  • No AC charger and iPhone/ipad adapters is included, but IMP60D is compatible with all original Apple cables and AC chargers
  • 10 months product warranty from idealpoint

New Trent iMirror 6000mAh 2A&1A heavy duty Dual Port Charger
iMirror IMP60D is the Latest Smartphone/Tablet charger. Total 5V/2A and 1A output will charge iPad (2A) and iPhone (1A) at the same time. The capacity is upgraded from 5000mAh to 6000mAh. Its durability and performance is greatly enhanced. 10 months’ product warranty from idealpoint will give you a peace of mind for iMirror IMP60D.

Performance highlights
Apple iPad 2: >55% battery life
Apple iphone 5:> 350% batte

List Price: $ 69.95

Price: $ 39.95

Find More Ipad 3 Battery Products

3 Responses to “New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger) Reviews”

  1. Raymond A. Flournoy says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    IMP60D Works just fine, June 18, 2012
    By 
    Raymond A. Flournoy (Los Angeles, CA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger) (Electronics)

    When I first opened the box and took everything out, I couldn’t find the adapter for the USB cord that allows charging the device, so I emailed New Trent about the problem. They sent me an entire new set of adapters, including an IPad adapter (which also works on my iPhone). The day before I got the new set of adapters, I found the missing adapter on the floor under the table. Oh well, my bad. But at least I got an iPad/iPhone adapter which isn’t normally included with this model. I used the AC to USB adapter that came with my iPhone to initially charge the IMP60D from an AC outlet. You have to depress and hold the on/off switch for a full second or so to activate or deactivate the battery, so it’s strange that one person complained about the device turning on in his pocket, unless the product has been improved since then. Last year I bought a Zagg Sparq 2 because it was on sale for half-price. I liked it, but you can only charge it from an AC outlet and it is much bulkier than the IMP60D. The Zagg will not fit in your pocket and where I can charge the IMP60D from my Macbook USB port, I’m out of luck if the Zagg needs charging and an AC outlet is not in sight. I’ve had it less than a month, so how it performs in the long run remains to be seen. But right now it gets 5 stars.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. Hank Hancock "Hank" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great product for people on the go with portable devices., October 4, 2011
    By 
    Hank Hancock “Hank” (Las Vegas, NV USA) –

    This review is from: New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger) (Electronics)

    [Edit May 8, 2012]: I’m not sure why my review wound up under the IMP60D. I don’t own one. My review was for the IMP50, which is where I posted this review.

    I’ve been using my New Trent IMP50D for five months. I use it to power and recharge my iPhone 4 when on long cross-country flights so that I can watch movies I’ve downloaded and play games to pass the time. Anyone who uses an iPhone knows that such activities can run down the battery fast. The IMP50D keeps the iPhone charged through a long flight and ready to conduct business when I get off the plane. I also use it to run my MiFi 2200 cellular WiFi hotspot for extended periods. The MiFi 2200 is a power hog and has a short battery life so the IMP50D really comes in handy when wall power isn’t handy (the MiFi 2200 will run from the laptop’s USB port but I get more work time with my laptop if I run the MiFi 2200 from the IMP50D instead). I even use my IMP50D to run a USB powered LED light at night when I go camping.

    My wife is a medical researcher who travels from hospital to hospital where she needs Internet access with her laptop. Rather than fuss with the hospital’s IT department to get connectivity she uses a MiFi 2200 and borrows the IMP50D for the day. As such, our IMP50D sees a lot of use.

    I’ve read some of the reviews that don’t seem to get expected performance from their IMP50D. As with any rechargeable external battery pack it is important to fully charge it before using it else it won’t deliver expected performance. A half charged pack will not deliver half the run time of a fully charged pack, usually significantly less. That’s just the way battery chemistry works. It’s not a design flaw. I find that if I fully charge the IMP50D overnight, it keeps me going all day. If I start the day with only a partial charge, I get what I get and being a heavy user, I usually run it down part way through the day. So the key to getting proper performance is giving it a full charge every time.

    I like that the cable and two USB adapters provided can be used both to charge the IMP50D and power my portable devices. The iPhone 4, of course, has its own proprietary USB cable which you must use instead – it’s an Apple thing. I found that the wall USB charger for my wireless mouse is perfect for charging the IMP50D so I don’t have to plug into my laptop or USB hub to charge. I’ve also charged it from my USB wall charger for my iPhone. Curiously, my mouse charger will charge the IMP50D faster than my iPhone charger. Anyway, if you’re on the go and want to charge it without opening up your laptop, just bring along your iPhone or other USB wall charger and use it.

    The IMP50D has been an excellent addition to my portable office as it has certainly extended my work time when away from wall power. It has saved my bucket on business trips by keeping my iPhone and MiFi 2200 running during long periods without access to power. It is solidly built and an excellent product for the price.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  3. Harry Samuel says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    THE GOOD, THE BAD, August 21, 2010
    By 
    Harry Samuel
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: New Trent iMirror 6000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Pack for the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, iPod Touch all versions, Samsung Galaxy Note, Nexus, S2, & S, HTC Sensation EVO Thunderbolt, LG Optimus V, Blackberry (Bold curve Torch), Motorola Razr & Bionic, Nokia Lumia (IMP60D Heavy Duty 5V/2A/1A high speed charger) (Electronics)

    Apple – how about interchangeable batteries for the next iPhone? My Samsung Epix has them, and a separate charger like the Samsung Blackjack I which uses the same battery as the Epix. And improved battery power 2400 mah not 1200. My Samsung has 1800mah batteries they last for 3 days. The iPhone is used most of the time and needs more power. My Samsung always has a charged battery available, wish my iPhone did.

    In all fairness I only have it 3 days and will need to follow up to this review. I gave it a 3 because of the main flaw. The power button is not recesssed in any way. I am using it with my iPone and if I keep the button facing my iPhone in an Otterman box with a rubber band to keep it from moving it usually does not turn off. But that is because the Otterman provides space between the power button and the screen. With the button on the raised surface it tends to turn itself off. As I am just testing it I was surprised that it took 8 hours to fully charge my iPhone, but did turn itself off twice for 30 minutes? It also did not show it has lost any power in charging my iPhone which is great. With the iPhone battery deep inside with no way to swap it out like my Samsung this battery may work for you. It does work well from what I saw so far. The button is really a very bad design flaw. I might try gluing something around it bit will stick to US Post Office rubber bands for now. The two USB ports will power my I phone and my portable speaker at the same time. I will report sometime down the road about actual battery life and other items that I can not post now.

    I would ask anyone who has owned this item or buys it to try to post their feelings on the power button, maybe solutions. And overall time charging an Iphone and how long the product lasted them before the trash. Thanks in advance.

    UPDATE 08/24/10: I used it for the second time last night. My iPhone hit 4% power at around 7:30pm. I plugged it in, used iPhone for about an hour. when I shut my iPhone off. I thought it would completely charge the iPhone to 100% overnight and would still have power left. I was surprised at 7:30am that my iPhone was at 58% and the Trent Battery was dead. I am recharging it now and will continue testing. I am still happy with the purchase, a little surprised at this turn, and not as impressed as with my first use.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

Trackbacks/Pingbacks


Leave a Reply