The NP056K comes in a pretty basic box with a front opening simply meant to show off the main battery pack. This is nice because this particular model comes in an assortment of colors and as you can see, Eagle Tech was nice enough to provide us with a review sample in fitting LanOC orange. Other than the device color, the front of the package lets us know the battery pack was designed for use with both tablets and smartphones.

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Flipping over to the back of the package, we are introduced to the NP056K’s written information from and overview of the product to the features and specifications. A few things of note here are the built in LED flashlight to help out in the dark and the sheer size of the device with the battery pack coming in at much smaller dimensions then most smartphones and only weighing 5 ounces.

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Cracking open the Neptor’s packaging we finally get our hands on the battery, itself, as well as the bundled accessories which are all colored to match the battery. Included is a matching attachable wristband that further insinuates the NP056K’s portability, a super thin USB to micro USB cable that serves to charge the battery pack and the user’s manual.

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Deb0 replied the topic: #32252 16 Aug 2013 00:06
Eagle Tech throws their hat into the mobile battery pack rign with the Neptor NP056K.

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