Mugen Power debuts a double-sized Sony Tablet P battery


The Sony Tablet P was released this weekend. And while it didn't have as much fanfare as some other devices do when they're launched, third-party accessory manufacturers are already taking note of the dual-screen tablet. One such manufacturer is Mugen, a rather popular provider of batteries. 

Mugen released two batteries for the Tablet P, but the $69.95 one is very comparable to Sony's own $69.99 battery. The former may say it has an extra 320mAh of capacity, but the actual capacity could be about the same as Sony's. 

The $128.95 battery, though, is the special one that is worth reporting on. Mugen states that this massive battery has a capacity of 6000mAh, although, like the smaller battery, this could be a stretched truth. Still, the true capacity should be a good bit bigger than the original battery. 

If you don't mind that it requires a replacement cover (included) due to its extra thickness, then hit up the source-link to check it out. Let us know in the comments if you plan to get one of the batteries.

Drop in our new Sony Tablet P forums to discuss and share ideas or tricks. 

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Calob Horton

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