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Innergie Launches the World’s Smallest 6,800mAh Battery Bank at 2013 International CES

Innergie, a Delta Group brand, is showcasing its complete line of award-winning power devices at 2013 International CES, from January 8~11. A leader in personal power solutions, Innergie is also introducing the world’s smallest 6,800mAh rechargeable battery bank, the PocketCell™ Duo–, for a new experience in true mobility. Backed by the leading R&D, design, and manufacturing capabilities of the Delta Group, Innergie products enables a smarter and greener consumer lifestyle.

In line with Delta’s mission “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” Innergie is showing a full line of energy-saving consumer power products for portable devices such as laptops, mobile phones, MP3 players, digital cameras and more. “Delta’s aim is to extend our brand business, particularly our innovative Innergie products for a smart green life throughout the U.S., with our brand promise ‘Smarter. Greener. Together.’ as our base,” said M.S. Huang, president of Delta Products Corporation.

Following the success of the critically-acclaimed PocketCell™, which has won numerous awards including the Good Design, IF, and Computex Best Choice Awards, is Delta’s PocketCell™ Duo, the world’s smallest portable rechargeable battery bank of its capacity. Approximately the size of two lipstick holders side-by-side, the PocketCell™ Duo features an impressive power capacity of 6,800mAh, dual USB power ports that enable users to charge any combination of two tablets or smart phones simultaneously. With 6,800mAh power capacity on tap, PocketCell™ Duo is capable of providing extended usage of up to 7-hours for tablet PCs, up to 30 hours for smart phones and much more. All of these features are encapsulated within a shell that accentuates the signature Innergie design philosophy: simplistic elegance and incredible power.

Innergie is exhibiting its most innovative products and technologies at 2013 International CES, South Hall 1, Ground Floor, Booth 20836.

Further about PocketCell™ Duo

PocketCell™ Duo is bundled with the critically acclaimed Magic Cable Trio, which features a mini-USB tip, a micro-USB tip and the Apple 30-pin connector. That means that the PocketCell™ Duo is compatible with the iPhone, iPad**, iPod, as well some of today’s popular Android and Blackberry smart phones and PCs. An array of LED indicators line the power button which, when plugged into an USB-chargeable device activates the charging process, and provides an indication of its power reserves when unplugged. An array of LED’s indicate the power reserve status or charging status when plugged into a USB charging port. Combined with a protection suite that includes short circuit protection, over temperature protection, over current protection, over power protection and over voltage protection — the PocketCell™ Duo provides users with a highly reliable power solution for power-users, frequent travelers or more, anytime, anywhere.

*Battery life extension depends on device settings, prevailing usage and other factors. Actual results may vary.

**Compatible only with the iPhones and the new iPads. Apple® Lightning™ connector sold separately.

About Delta Group

Delta Group, founded in 1971, is the global leader in power and thermal management solutions. Our mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” focuses our role in addressing key environmental issues such as global climate change. As an energy-saving solutions provider, Delta's businesses encompass power electronics, energy management, and smart green life. Delta has sales offices worldwide and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, China, USA, Europe, Thailand, Japan, India, Mexico, and Brazil.

For detailed information on Delta Group, please visit: www.deltaww.com.

About Innergie

Innergie is a consumer power brand from Delta Group. Founded in 2008, Innergie's technological superiority is backed by Delta Group, the world’s number one power management company. With its expertise in compact power technology, Innergie provides the world’s smallest, most efficient universal power adapters and innovative power solutions. Innergie maintains operations in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Europe, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Japan and China.

For more information regarding our products and product compatibility, please visit us at www.myinnergie.com.

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