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Senzhen—MiLi is a brand synonymous to automotive and travel chargers. As mobile phones get more data storage and faster almost every year, battery life does not seem to get any better. Just an hour or two on 3G mode to browse the internet is enough to drain the battery of your iPhone, smartphone, tablet or any other USB powered device. If you’re a heavy social media user, then what you need is a power bank.

Recently, this power solution company based in China, whose main  business is stylish and compact power bank,  invited a select group of Filipino media men to their corporate headquarters in Senzhen. Established in 1984, Hali-Power has been in the battery business for 25 years. Initially as the manufacturer of Nokia cell phone batteries, its business has now evolved into research, development and manufacturing of digital camera battery packs, mobile phone battery packs, external battery packs for iPhone, iPOD and car chargers for any type of Smartphones, Androids and Apple products.

The Philippine contingent with Hali-Power officials at the MiLi showroom

The company’s most popular brand name is the MiLi charger, which is an Apple approved product. “We are Apple’s licensed manufacturer in China and we have more than seven offices and 15 Hali-Power distributing shops. We also have more than 4000 end retailer shops to sell our Hali-Power brand digital camera battery packs and the MiLi brand new fashion products. In the global arena, we have more than 30 exclusive agents around the world for our new products under the MiLi brand,” explains Harry Zhu, founder and CEO of Hali-Power.

Their massive factory at the Dakan Science and Technology Park houses the futuristic MiLi Showroom, manufacturing, distribution and corporate offices of Hali-Power. The media got a hands-on tour of the manufacturing plant and a peak into the future products of the brand. MiLi is currently developing a product from Apple that promises to give  competitors a run for their money. “We believe that excellent design can make life better and different, we are delighted to bring fashion and stylish products to our end users all over the world,” adds Zhu. The device is currently under wraps, and hopefully the launch will be made early next year. One of their best- selling products is the Smart 4.8 car charger whose tip is designed to shatter glass for emergency cases.

MiLi’s line of car chargers include the Smart 4.8 which could shatter window glass for emergency situations

Aside from the line of car, travel and Smartphone chargers, the iData is one of their worldwide best sellers. The iData is a external storage device that allows you to store all of your music, movies and other important files on a convenient, swappable drive. Movies and pictures can be moved with ease between all your Apple devices and contacts can be backed up for safe access even when offline. This device was developed by MiLi in cooperation with Apple. MiLi is one of the few companies authorized by Apple to develop products that are compatible with their wide range of consumer communication products.

The iData is an Apple-certified USB product which can store data.

“We developed the iData to improve and expand the data storage of Apple iPhones. It can be a lifesaver in the sense that it provides you with an instant storage capability when you need it. Just plug the iData into your iPhone or Android phone, and you can free-up space, transfer data in a matter of seconds. It makes our digital lifestyle more convenient,” says Zhu. “At present, there are more than 60 million end-user enjoying Hali-Power and MiLi quality products, in the future we will do our great efforts to provide great values to our customers,” says Edbert Tiu, president of MiLi Philippines.

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