This unique battery for your iPhone and iPod Touch features eight cups to secure the hold. And hence the name Octopus. It gives enough juice to power the device for several more hours. The charging time for iPhone is around 3 hours and each is priced at $29.95.
If you are not happy with your new iPhone 4 battery life, here’s a solution from Exogear. In fact Exolife, the sleek iPhone 4 case with a 1500 mAh Lithium Polymer battery inside, not only doubles the battery life but uses a technology called ExoClear that eliminates interferance with the iPhone 4′s antennae.
You have your laptop with you and you need to prepare for a meeting in the next few minutes. Unfortunately you just realized your cellphone doesn’t have much charge in it…what you do? Ofcourse you can always carry your charger or you just use the USB mini battery charger which also doubles as a key ring.
Netbooks have made a significant impact in the world of computers. Almost every major laptop manufacturers have joined the bandwagon. Certain factors which the consumers look for in a netbook are the size of screen, the quality of display, overall size, weight, it’s features and the ofcourse the deciding factor…the battery life. Even the best featured netbook having a poor battery life will automatically hinder it’s acceptance among the consumers.
The batteries shown above may look like the conventional ones, but they are not. These are the Suncat Solar re-chargeable batteries designed by Knut Karlsen. They consist of a set of old NiMH rechargeable batteries wrapped in a flexible Photo Voltaic cell.