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Duracell introduces myGrid USB charger

updated 11:30 am EST, Tue November 9, 2010

Duracell myGrid USB charger costs $35

Duracell has introduced a new myGrid USB Charger that is compatible with the company's own myGrid wireless charging pad. The charger uses a lithium-ion rechargeable battery that recharges the batteries of other devices such as cellphones, e-readers and tablets through a USB port. Cellphone batteries are said to be boosted by up to four hours, while an e-reader's life can be extended by up to 100 hours.

The myGrid charger itself can be charged over its USB input or Duracell's charging mat. The device is now available for $35.









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