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I also have a battery pack similar to the one you posted which I bought to charge my phone or tablet on trips.

Using it to power the pineapple works great: I get around 5 hours battery life with it, depending on usage even more.

The battery pack you posted is much stronger than the one I have though. So I expect it to last much much longer.

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Sebkinne

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I also have a battery pack similar to the one you posted which I bought to charge my phone or tablet on trips.

Using it to power the pineapple works great: I get around 5 hours battery life with it, depending on usage even more.

The battery pack you posted is much stronger than the one I have though. So I expect it to last much much longer.

Best,

Sebkinne

Thanks for the quick feedback. What is your mAh? Price was a little high for that model

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That's the exact battery I use for my Mk4 development boards and it gets ~8-10 hours. Here's the USB cable I use to power it off this pack: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MQO96U

Eventually we'll have a Premium WiFi Pineapple "Tactical Assault" kit available in the HakShop but really this platform is so versatile I expect homebrew development go nuts. Bring on the 50,000 mah car batteries and transformer lunch boxes!!!1

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That's the exact battery I use for my Mk4 development boards and it gets ~8-10 hours. Here's the USB cable I use to power it off this pack: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MQO96U

Eventually we'll have a Premium WiFi Pineapple "Tactical Assault" kit available in the HakShop but really this platform is so versatile I expect homebrew development go nuts. Bring on the 50,000 mah car batteries and transformer lunch boxes!!!1

Ordered. Can't wait to get my hands on the MK4. Settling on the MK3 for now. Working on a backpack integration with a home-brew antenna similar to the link. Discrete is always preferred.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=10896

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Ordered. Can't wait to get my hands on the MK4. Settling on the MK3 for now. Working on a backpack integration with a home-brew antenna similar to the link. Discrete is always preferred.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=10896

Don't forget you need to keep the antenna section straight. You'll get some funky signal issues if you bend it.

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Don't forget you need to keep the antenna section straight. You'll get some funky signal issues if you bend it.

Damn thats one helluva battery! 11k mah! What I don't understand is why you don't power it off your laptop via PoE and instead invest the money in a big fat laptop battery? I guess if you have a small SoC you're running wireshark on (like my beautiful beautiful Raspberry PIneapple will) and you need the same battery to power both this would work great.

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Don't forget you need to keep the antenna section straight. You'll get some funky signal issues if you bend it.

Haven't messed with the 2.4ghz range but we have weaved a similar antenna through a vest for comm's before

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