Thursday, November 29, 2007

Charge batteries while you drive

Duracell recently introduced its Mobile Charger, which enables users to charge AA or AAA rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries by plugging the charger into either an AC outlet or mobile 12-volt socket.

The Mobile Charger also features a USB port, to charge USB-enabled devices with built-in rechargeable batteries such as iPods, MP3 players and BlackBerrys.

For added convenience, the Mobile Charger is packaged with Duracell Pre-Charged Rechargeable batteries which come charged and ready to use. Pre-Charged batteries can be recharged hundreds of times, delivering hours of music and up to 5,000 digital photos over the life of two batteries. These batteries can also be used to "transfer" power to USB devices, when no other AC or DC power source is available.

Pre-Charged Rechargeable batteries feature a new technology that eliminates the need to charge the batteries before using them for the first time. The batteries also retain power for up to one year while not in use, and stay charged longer and have to be recharged less often than other batteries, according to Duracell.

The Mobile Charger features an LED indicator that displays the charge status for each battery, enabling users to easily tell when each charge will be complete. It's available at mass, drug, grocery and specialty stores, with a suggested retail price of $24.99.

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This is a preview, not a review.

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