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New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Packs compatible with Apple iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini, the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5/4S/4/3Gs/3G, iPod Touch all versions; Android phones Samsung Galaxy Note/Nexus/S3/S2/S; HTC Titan, Sensation, ONE S/V/X, EVO Thunderbolt, Desire; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr HD/MAXX & Bionic, Atrix/2; Nokia Lumia 700/800/900 and GoPro (IMP120D: iCarrier is the upgraded version of iCruiser IMP1000 with Dual USB output)

New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Packs compatible with Apple iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini, the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5/4S/4/3Gs/3G, iPod Touch all versions; Android phones Samsung Galaxy Note/Nexus/S3/S2/S; HTC Titan, Sensation, ONE S/V/X, EVO Thunderbolt, Desire; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr HD/MAXX & Bionic, Atrix/2; Nokia Lumia 700/800/900 and GoPro (IMP120D: iCarrier is the upgraded version of iCruiser IMP1000 with Dual USB output)

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  • 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 55 hours Movie time for iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G and iPod Touch 1G to 5G, 80% of the new iPad (iPad 3) battery life and 120% of iPad 2
  • Compatible with Major Smart phones includes iPhone 5 4S 4 3Gs 3G, Android (Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, Sony Ericsson, etc…)
  • No iPhone/iPad adapter or cable is included, but the iCarrier IMP120D is compatible with all original Apple cables

New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh 2A&1A heavy duty Dual Port Charger
iCarrier IMP120D is the latest Apple iPhone 5/Tablet charger from New Trent. Total 5V/2A/ 1A output charge iPad (2A) and iPhone 5 (1A) at the same time. The capacity is upgraded from 11000mAh to 12000mAh. Its durability is greatly enhanced than iCruiser. 10 months’ product warranty will give you a peace of mind.

Performance highlights
Apple iPad 2: >120% battery life
Apple iphone 5:> 600% battery life
Smartphones (andriod): >600% battery life

Compatible with many Smartphones
Apple: iPhone 5/The New iPad/iPad2/iPad/iphone4s/ iPhone 4/ iPhone 3Gs/ iPod Touch/Classic/Nano
Samsung Galaxy Note/Galaxy S3/Galaxy S2 / Galaxy Nexus /All other Samsung cell phones
HTC Evo Shift 4G/Incredible S/Sensation XL /Thunderbolt / EVO 3D / EVO 4G / All other HTC cell phones.
Motorola Razr/Atrix / Bionic/ Droid X , X2/ triumph/All other Motorola cell phones
Blackberry Tour/Storm 2/Curve/ Bold/ Blackberry cell phones

Tablets
Nook COLOR, Nexus 7, Galaxy Note, Tablets and other compatible 5V tablets (some tablets need the galaxy converter cable to be compatible)

Specs
- Capacity 12000mAh@3.7V (44.4Wh)
- iCarrier Recharge input Time 8 -10 hrs
- Life recharge Cycle > 500 Times
- Input: 5V / 2A
- Dimension: 2.9×2.8×1.1 inch

New Trent is the trademark of New Trent Inc,exclusively marketed by authorized reseller idealpoint on amazon.com. Be sure to find the logo on both product and package to ensure 10 months product warranty

SPECIAL NOTE
older iCruiser = one output port

newer iCarrier = two output port

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List Price: $ 109.95

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  1. Todd says:
    536 of 557 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NEW Trent IMP1000 Customer Review, September 11, 2010
    By 
    Todd

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    This review is from: New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Packs compatible with Apple iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini, the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5/4S/4/3Gs/3G, iPod Touch all versions; Android phones Samsung Galaxy Note/Nexus/S3/S2/S; HTC Titan, Sensation, ONE S/V/X, EVO Thunderbolt, Desire; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr HD/MAXX & Bionic, Atrix/2; Nokia Lumia 700/800/900 and GoPro (IMP120D: iCarrier is the upgraded version of iCruiser IMP1000 with Dual USB output) (Electronics)

    The IMP1000 is the second NEW Trent battery pack I’ve owned and used. I’ve used (and reviewed) the previous model (IMP880) for several months now. This review will be written from the perspective of comparison of these two models.

    Pros:

    1. Capacity… 11000 mAh is simply enormous, and provides “charge it and forget it for at least a week” use for any purpose I can foresee. I’ve been running the IMP1000 on its initial charge for a week now (usage details in “review section”, below) and have just gone from medium to low on the capacity LED’s.
    2. Finish/durability… I noted in my review of the IMP880 that the rubberized coating was not durable; even though I handled it carefully, it was worn away easily (particularly at the pack’s edges). The hard, glossy, color-molded-in finish of the IMP1000 should fare much better. Time will tell, but so far, so good.
    3. Ease of use… No “long press vs. short press” power button functions. I haven’t had any trouble using the IMP880, but simpler is nearly always better (something Apple does very well, and NEW Trent targets Apple customers, so this is a good fit).
    4. Accessories… The retractable USB cable seems more robust than the one included with the IMP880. I haven’t had the same problem with the microUSB connector slipping into its rubber shell that I wrote about with the IMP880 yet, either.
    5. Packaging… The IMP1000′s packaging is much classier than the IMP880′s. Apple has set a very high standard in this regard. Apple customers expect a great “out of box experience”, and the IMP1000 won’t leave them with a bad first impression. The internal packaging didn’t self-destruct from the inside out, as my IMP880′s packaging did.

    Cons: (please note that many of these are personal opinion)

    1. Size and weight… Yes, it has higher capacity than its predecessor, but the trade-off between size and weight with current LiPo technology may have been reached with the IMP1000. Only time and user feedback will tell. I’m personally fine with the IMP1000; other users may not be.
    2. Blue LED lighting… The trend today with both home and personal electronics seems to be bright, obnoxiously-glitzy LED power and status indicators, usually in blue. The capacity LED’s are fine, but the power indicator is bright enough to light up an entire unlit room, much less the inside of a car at night, and can be very annoying/distracting during use. Small, “pin-point” LED’s are sufficient here; I believe many other users will concur.
    3. Finish… Yes, it’s better than the IMP880′s, and shiny (“piano”) black is “in” these days… but why not a color-molded-in, matte black finish that hides fingerprints and scuffs, instead? Shiny black products look great when brand new, but never look that good again. Matte black ages much more gracefully.
    4. No “DC Out” port… I like the connection flexibility afforded by the IMP880′s “DC Out” port. I understand that the similar-appearing “DC In” and “DC Out” ports could be a source of confusion for some users, but the ability to charge two devices simultaneously via the splitter cable is a nice feature. How about supplying a USB splitter cable so we can do the same with the IMP1000 (assuming the pack’s safety circuitry would adequately protect against excess discharge rate)?

    Review/Suggestions:

    I have been using the IMP1000 to power my HTC EVO (“Supersonic”) 4G on the Sprint network for nearly a week. This otherwise stellar device is notorious for its one glaring shortcoming–terribly insufficient run-time on its supplied internal battery pack. Having a portable (self-contained) power option like the IMP1000 is, in my opinion, the first (and absolutely essential) accessory any smartphone user should purchase (particularly for Apple devices with non-removable batteries). The simple freedom from running out of power is very liberating. No more searching for an electrical outlet when out to lunch or dinner, or cutting conversations or browsing short as the power meter plunges through amber, then red, as the device quickly goes belly-up. As mentioned at the outset, I have yet to recharge the IMP1000 in the first week’s use. The IMP1000′s 11000 mAh capacity is 7.3 times the EVO’s 1500 mAh, so this certainly stands to reason.

    A few suggestions…

    1. Market aggressively to non-Apple users. I see you’ve started doing this since marketing the IMP880. Most Android smartphones have serious battery capacity issues–get the word out to them!
    2. The naming scheme of these products is confusing. Why name an 8900 mAh pack “IMP880″, and why name an 11000 mAh pack “IMP1000″? I think it would have made more sense to call them “IMP8900″ and “IMP11000″, respectively.
    3. See points 3 and 4 in “Cons”, above.

    I am very pleased with the IMP1000 and the improvement it represents over the IMP880. It is well worth its $100 ($80, on sale) price tag,…

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  2. David Ross "mtbross" says:
    174 of 180 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Battery Backup for Mobile Devices including iphone and ipad, August 31, 2010
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    David Ross “mtbross” (Los) –
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    This review is from: New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Packs compatible with Apple iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini, the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5/4S/4/3Gs/3G, iPod Touch all versions; Android phones Samsung Galaxy Note/Nexus/S3/S2/S; HTC Titan, Sensation, ONE S/V/X, EVO Thunderbolt, Desire; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr HD/MAXX & Bionic, Atrix/2; Nokia Lumia 700/800/900 and GoPro (IMP120D: iCarrier is the upgraded version of iCruiser IMP1000 with Dual USB output) (Electronics)

    I just received my IMP1000 from New Trent earlier this week. I was looking for a reliable way to easily charge my iphone and ipad when traveling, especially on long flights. This seems to be the device to bring along. I recently flew overseas with their IMP880 and it performed wonderfully. I was looking for a bit greater capacity though, because I use both an iphone (was the 3g, now the 4) and the ipad, and wanted to be able to charge both of them when I don’t have access to an electrical outlet.

    The unit’s size is great for traveling. It’s about the same size and weight of a portable hard drive, which these days means it’s small and will easily slip into a briefcase, overnight bag, purse, etc. The retractable cord makes it easy to hook up with the mobile device without any strain on the connections.
    The unit’s indicator light is simple to see and determine the amount of charge remaining. While charging the unit itself those lights let you know the progress. And after charging a mobile device, the unit slows down to a trickle charge.

    The placement of the button is an improvement over New Trents IMP880, which I also own. That button could accidentally be turned on because it actually protrudes a bit from the case, and sits at an angle. The IMP1000′s is flush with the case’s edge, and the button itself a bit recessed which should prevent that from happening.

    I haven’t drained the power from a full charge yet, so not sure how long it lasts, but after topping off my iphone and ipad a few times, it still shows a full charge. Of course you can use the device while it’s charging.

    The IMP1000 comes with iphone/ipad adapter, along with a few others (mini usb, etc).

    Good design, seems well built, and I know from past experience with New Trent’s customer support that they are very responsive. Recommend you give it a try if you need a back up battery.

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  3. C. Stuart "AuBikeNerd" says:
    98 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easiest, most-powerful external battery., September 3, 2010
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    C. Stuart “AuBikeNerd” (TEXAS) –
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: New Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Heavy Duty 2A/1A Dual USB Ports External Battery Packs compatible with Apple iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini, the new iPad, iPad2, iPhone 5/4S/4/3Gs/3G, iPod Touch all versions; Android phones Samsung Galaxy Note/Nexus/S3/S2/S; HTC Titan, Sensation, ONE S/V/X, EVO Thunderbolt, Desire; LG Optimus series; Motorola Razr HD/MAXX & Bionic, Atrix/2; Nokia Lumia 700/800/900 and GoPro (IMP120D: iCarrier is the upgraded version of iCruiser IMP1000 with Dual USB output) (Electronics)

    I read David’s review and agree with his analysis. I also own the IMP880, and have given the IMP500 as gifts. These battery packs are all great, just pick the size/capacity you need. The IMP1000 is certainly the simplest to use, and has the most capacity. The directions are well-written, and have tips for prolonging the life of the battery. 5 Stars.

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