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Sony's USB Portable Power Supply launched today, acts as a power source for any USB chargeable devices such as mobile phones, iPods and portable games consoles.

The adapter has dual modules - an input for charging and a detachable power supply with an embedded Li-Ion rechargeable battery.

Plug into the USB socket using original the USB cable supplied with your device and away you go.

Sony Portable Power Adaptor

A boost on the move

Sony says this is the first USB portable power charger it has designed to "complement the busy lifestyle of today's mobile consumers".

OK, maybe there is a redesign and a rechargeable Li-ion battery inside, but whatever happened to this bad boy?

With no hints yet to availability or pricing, Sony should get its skates on - it is festival season after all. ®

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