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USBCELL batteries recharge through USB port

Posted on Wednesday, September 20 2006 @ 00:17:11 CEST by



I just received this news in my inbox and I have to admit that this is a very cool invention. The new USB NiHM batteries from USBCELL will certainly be able to make our life a bit easier. These batteries can be used like a normal battery but they make recharging devices redundant because they can be recharged simply by putting into a USB port.

USBCELL released revolutionary rechargeable batteries that can charge from any USB port without the need for any recharging devices, cradles or cables. Simply pop the lid to reveal a built in connector and charger, plug into any powered USB port on your desktop, laptop, keyboard or games console, to charge the battery.

USBCELL can be used exactly like a normal battery meaning there is now no need to purchase huge packs of alkaline batteries, or invest in or carry a clunky charger. Billions of USB ports are readily available in homes and workplaces around the world meaning you never need to run out of power and making the USBCELL extremely cost-effective and convenient for all battery-powered devices.

The batteries can be bought here. Currently they are only available in the UK, the price is £12.99 for a 2 cell pack.

USBCELL is also working on AAA batteries with mini-USB connectors and folding full-size USB connectors and 9V batteries with a regular USB connector. Additionally, they are also working on batteries for a range of major phones, BlackBerry and other portable devices.


 



 

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