|Product||Motorola P790 Portable Power Charger||MyCharge Peak 6000 Rechargeable Power Bank||Callpod Fueltank UNO||Innergie PocketCell Rechargeable Battery Bank||Audiovox Emergency Charger (silver)|
|Price||$4.89 to $7.18||$63.99 to $69.99||$55.00||$39.99 to $74.82||Pricing is currently unavailable.|
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As long as you have a compatible phone, the Motorola P790 portable charger is a convenient way to charge up a dying cell phone without the need for an electrical outlet.
The MyCharge Peak 6000 is sort of the Swiss Army Knife of portable battery chargers, with built-in connectors for iOS products, Android devices, and a host of other products.
The Callpod Fueltank UNO is a great alternative to form-fitting battery packs. It's well made and provides a solid charging solution for mobile devices.
If you can live with the Innergie PocketCell's price, you're getting one of the better -- and more versatile -- portable chargers.
If you're in a pinch, the Audiovox Emergency Charger can help provide some juice to your battery-starved Sprint Mogul.
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