Japanese automaker Honda has gone ahead and revealed a highly compact and utilitarian car power bank, dubbed the Lib-AID E500, that is designed to offer convenient and reliable power in the case of a power outage.
Measuring in at only 10.5 x 7.2 x 9.8 inches, this car power bank is approximately as big and heavy as a regular car battery. It can be charged from regular wall sockets or vehicular accessory sockets, and comes equipped with a pair of USB ports. All in all, it can hold enough power to juice up your laptop four times over.
In addition to being useful in regular power outage situations, the Lib-AID E500 also provides a high degree of utility in the case of natural disasters and other emergencies.
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