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Duracell intros Mobile Charger for iPods, more

updated 02:05 pm EDT, Wed October 3, 2007

Duracell Mobile Charger

Duracell on Wednesday released the Mobile Charger for travelers who regularly need to power USB-based handhelds regardless of where they might be. Said to be a step up from most chargers of its kind, the new device is the only one to offer three different power delivery methods. Loading NiMH rechargeable batteries will power iPods, cellphones, and other low-power devices in almost any location; as a unique alternative, owners can either plug the Mobile Charger into a wall plug as a substitute for the device's normal power source or into a car's 12-volt (cigarette) port to recharge from the car's battery. If used with Duracell's bundled pre-charged NiMH batteries, the charger is not only ready to work immediately but can be left alone for up to a year while retaining a charge, the battery maker claims.

The company declined to provide exact battery lifetimes, which typically vary by the device. A typical digital camera should last for about 5,000 extra photos using two Duracell batteries, however. Shipments of the Mobile Charger start later this fall for $25.




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  1. UnCal

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Well

    this isn't really for iPods at all, is it? Apple uses the larger of the USB leads, and the only way this would be able to support iPods without having to buy any extra leads would be to add an actual iPod connector.

    I could be wrong there may be a full-size USB port there somewhere, but if there is I've missed it.

  1. Macola

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Useless article

    And, of course, there's no mention on their website--the link is useless.

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