Mobile phones are a major part of the 21st generation, and they facilitation communication. It is through the usage of the mobile phone and smartphone devices that people have to charge their communication devices to maintain communication. The charging unit is, therefore, a major component to the ownership of the mobile phone device.
Engineers are keen on inventing the most reliable charging units. In this case, there are many different phone chargers are in use, and all come with different specifications. The two most efficient phone chargers under review is the Veho Portable Power Battery Pack and the Outdoor Tech’s Kodiak 6000.
Veho Portable Power Battery Pack
Veho Portable Power Battery Pack is a portable emergency charger for mobile phones. The charger is ideal since it has different connection units including the USB charging cable and a device charging tip for up to five devices. The charging unit has a small size of the dimensions 86 by 22 by 22 millimeters. In terms of electrical specifications, the charger has a capacity of 2200mAh at an applied voltage of 3.7v (‘Veho Pebble Smartstick 2200mAH Portable Battery Pack – Silver’ n.p). Notably, the input and output voltage is 5v at 500mAh each. Ideally, this amount of voltage allows the user to charge the phone in less than an hour.
Outdoor Tech’s Kodiak 6000
The Outdoor Tech’s Kodiak 6000 is also silicon wrapped reliable charger for use in different phones (Prasuethsut n.p). The charger has a capacity to use 6000mAh. The charger is quite efficient and can operate in different environmental conditions. Essentially, it is dustproof and water resistant. The charger also has the capability to charge up to five phones. Users can charge their iPhone in two hours. The charger is a great invention at a relatively low price; the charger costs $49.95.
Engineers are very creative and innovative people. The charger is one of the devices that is very useful to people (‘BU-401: All about Chargers’ n.p). The Kodiak charger and the Veho Battery Pack are two distinct chargers. Ideally, the electrical specifications of both chargers are essential for charging. Additionally, they are portable and can fit in the pocket easily. Additionally, they are based on the switch mode power supply system.
“BU-401: All about Chargers.” All About Battery Chargers – Battery University. Web. 9 Nov. 2014. <http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/all_about_chargers>.
Prasuethsut, Lily. “Best Portable Chargers: 20 We Recommend.” TechRadar. 29 Oct. 2014. Web. 9 Nov. 2014. <http://www.techradar.com/news/portable-devices/other-devices/best-portable-chargers-14-we-recommend-1178873/2#articleContent>.
“Veho Pebble Smartstick 2200mAH Portable Battery Pack – Silver.” £12.99. Web. 9 Nov. 2014. <http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Portable-Power/Veho/Veho-Pebble-Smartstick-2200mAH-Portable-Battery-Pack—Silver>.
Your intro is a preamble to writing insanity. The very first sentence says it all; just look at it: “Mobile phones are a major part of the 21st generation, and they facilitation communication.” Facilitation communication? Were you playing with rhymes or what? Book nook, stupid humid, love dove? And the “21st generation” part is ridiculous. Its spelling and pronunciation is not even close to “century,” so it’s not a typo.
And the rest of the paper is not any better. Those parts of it where you copy-paste and rewrite chunks of text from other resources are more or less okay, but those parts where you tried to write on your own are impossible to read without cracking a smile. Man, seriously, work on your English.