The iPhone Portable Power Station arrived in a plain white box, with only the unit itself, a silicone case and user manual inside. The user manual is pretty poorly translated into English, but you should still be able to get the general idea of how it works. Below is a complete list of features and specifications, borrowed from USB Fever's website.
As mentioned earlier, the iPhone Portable Power Station also doubles as a case for your iPhone. Perhaps the most interesting thing we can take away from the specs list is the 2200 mAh battery, which has a much higher capacity than the iPhone's 1400 mAh internal battery.
Here we have the iPhone Portable Power Station itself. The entire unit is constructed of shiny black plastic that looks nice but is very prone to fingerprints. A sticker on the center of the unit details all of the voltage information and specifications on the battery that sits inside. On the lower left side of the Power Station, we find the sync/charging port.
One of the unique features of the Power Station is the hinged lower end, which allows you to use the unit as a docking station / stand to hold the iPhone upright. The hinged section is where we find the sync connector that plugs into the iPhone. On the front is a power button and status LED. A red LED shines when the Power Station is being charged, while a green light indicates the Power Station is charging the iPhone.