So I’m sure we have all had that moment where we’re stuck on the freeway trying to get directions on our phone because our GPS decides that it’s too cloudy to find a satellite and our husband decides he needed the car charger today and of course you didn’t charge your phone the night before.
So you are stuck in the middle of downtown and can’t figure out if 4th street is one way or if it’s even the one-way you want to go. No? Okay maybe it’s just me. But the one thing I hate about having so many electronic devices is that ALWAYS you have to remember to charge them so you’re not left with a useless blank screen when you are at work, or in an important meeting, or in my case lost in the abyss of downtown LA.
Another thing I hate is traveling, because of all these “necessary” tools I need to make sure I have a computer charger, camera charger, phone charger, iPad charger (okay not yet – but soon) and an iPod charger – that’s a lot of extra wait you have to tote through the walls of the airport and onto the plain.
I remember on a recent flight I decided to lighten my load and leave the chargers in my luggage and not my carryon. So of course it would be my luck that the plane would be delayed leaving me without music or games to play for my 3 hour flight home. If only there was a super power device that was small enough to store in your purse…
Oh wait it looks like I’m not the only one that has been left with an empty charge at the wrong time. Check out Carley’s latest video about the PowerStick.com and how it can save you from the dreadful empty bars.
Only she got the horrible blank screen during an important big-wig meeting. Luckily she stumbled on a great tech gadget that will end all power struggles. The Powerstick (www.powerstick.com) is a lightweight, portable battery charger that will resuscitate your dead device no matter where you are.
Just power up your Powerstick via a USB or AC adapter and then pop it into your purse. You’ll never have to worry about drained batteries on your favorite portable electronics again. It comes with 9 different adapters so it’s compatible with all the most popular cell phones, mp3 players and PDAs. It even has a built-in flashdrive with 2, 4 or 8 gigs of memory, so you can take your information to go.
Watch the video to find out more about how the Powerstick can save your life when your devices are dead.
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