While smartphones as well as tablets are pretty useful portable devices to own, their battery life could do with a whole lot of improvement especially when newer and more features are crammed into the later devices, all of which consume precious battery life. Gone are the good old days when your regular Nokia workhorse is able to last you for up to 5 days before you need to recharge the handset. Well, the silver lining in this particular cloud would be the growth of the portable battery market, and the Tylt Energi 2K happens to be one of such candidates.
Being a Kickstarter project, the Tylt Energi 2K portable battery will need to raise a whopping $50,000 before it becomes reality. For anyone who casts a look at the Tylt Energi 2K’s direction, it more or less resembles another adapter that one plugs into a wall outlet to juice up your handset, tablet or other devices via a USB cable. The thing is, the Tylt Energi 2K has a 2,200mAh battery integrated to help you out in tight situations.
If the Tylt Energi 2K is plugged in as a standalone device, the built-in battery will begin to charge. Do so with a mobile device, and both the mobile device and the built-in battery will charge. You get the idea, making this a useful tool to carry around with you on your travels. It is said that the Tylt Energi 2K ought to be able to recharge a typical handset in approximately 90 minutes.