Sony Announced New CP-B20 USB Portable Charger

For the modern technology savvy and electronic gadgets (smartphone and tablets) savvy, accompanied by social media connectivity and always on the move. We are sometimes always in need of power to charge all our various electronic gadgets when we are on the move. Introducing the CP-B20, a new USB Portable Charger from Sony that has a battery capacity of a whopping 20,000mAh, making it a reliable companion no matter how long you stay out.

Suitable for power sharing among family and friends while on trips together or for users who carry multiple devices and are worried of running out of power, the aluminum-bodied CP-B20 is the perfect partner for all your charging needs. For your convenience, it comes pre-charged and is ready to use right out of the box. Not only does it have the ability to charge your smartphone up to eight times[1], it also comes with a 4 LED indicator and four USB output ports with the ability to quickly replenish up to four USB chargeable devices simultaneously at the maximumfast-charging output of 6.9A[2]. When its energy is eventually depleted, the CP-B20 can be easily charged via an AC adaptor[3].

CP-B20 with Xperia Z2

Containing a Sony-made Lithium-ion battery, the CP-B20 USB Portable Charger utilises Sony’s Hybrid Gel Technology that allows it to retain more than 90 per cent of its capacity even after 1,000 charges.

The new CP-B20 USB Portable Charger from Sony will be available in black, and at a recommended retail price of S$149.00 from mid-August 2014 onwards.

Specifications Sheet

Model CP-B20
Input DC 5V, 0.5A ~ 1.5A
Output Micro USB Max. 6.9A (Total of 4ports)
Size (W x H x D mm) 84.4 × 175.0 × 23.5
Weight Approx. 550g
Supply Time *1 Micro USB Approx. 100 min
(4 USB output: Max 6.9A)
Battery Capacity?(3.7V) *2 20,000mAh
Charging Time AC adaptor Approx. 15 hours
USB port Approx. 50 hours
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 35°C

*1 Supply time varies depending on battery condition, storage condition and portable device.

*2 Li-ion polymer battery nominal capacity.

 [1] Actual chargeable capacity varies depending on battery condition, storage condition and portable device.

[2] When connected to one USB output, the maximum output current is 2.4A (depending on the USB chargeable device output). The maximum output current when all four USB output ports are connected is 6.9A (depending on the USB chargeable device output).

[3] AC Adaptor sold separately.

* Information and Picture Courtesy of Sony Electronics Asia Pacific and Waggener Edstrom Worldwide *

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