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Jackery Mini Portable Charger for $20 Today

Posted in Portable Chargers by Darrin Olson on July 7th, 2014

Jackery Mini Portable ChargerJackery, maker of portable chargers, has their Jackery Mini on sale on Amazon priced well under the norm and less than competitors for the same type of device.

The Mini is a small device at just a few ounces and just under 4 inches long and an inch thick. It contains a 3200mAh rechargeable batter with a 1A output that will hold it’s charge for when you need it up to 6 months. It works with just about any device that will connect via USB and will give 10 hours of talk or an equivalent of one full charge to your iPhone. It also has a nice LED light indicator to show the level available.

Bracketron Dual USB Charger

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2011

Need some USB gadgets charged up while in your car? Bracketron has introduced the Dual USB Charger that can recharge two gadgets at once in any vehicle.

The device will handle all of your USB gadgets since it includes both high and low-current USB outputs, which allows you to power a tablet and a smartphone at the same time while you’re on the road. The Bracketron Dual USB Charger retails for $24.95 each.

WattsClever recharges regular batteries

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2011

Why buy rechargables when you can get more juice from regular alkaline batteries? You can put your regular batteries into a battery recharger and treat them just like rechargable batteries. WattsClever has released an alkaline battery charger that allows you to do just that.

The charger uses a “microprocessor to minutely control the trickle charge so the batteries don’t overheat and die.” We aren’t sure how long the recharged batteries will last, or how many times you can recharge them, but it’s a good alternative to buying expensive rechargables. This charger also works with Ni-Cd or Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, so you are covered no matter what you use. The WattsClever alkaline battery charger will cost you $46.

Lenovo 65W AC Adapter charges your laptop and provides extra USB ports

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2011

We’ve all had to switch USB ports because charging your phone through your computer isn’t fast enough, but you need to connect your phone to your PC to transfer data. It’s a pain. Thankfully, Lenovo’s ThinkPad 65W AC Adapter with USB Hub is a good solution.

This AC Adaptor comes with 4 extra USB ports, one of which is always powered on as long as the adaptor is powered, so you can charge your device directly from the wall socket if you like. Just connect the Adaptor to your laptop’s USB port and power port so you won’t have to switch USB ports as long as it’s plugged to the “always on” port. Even when the laptop is off, it will keep charging.

Powertrekk will charge your gadgets anywhere

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2011

The Powertrekk is a bit of an ugly device, but what it lacks in looks, it makes up for in usefulness. It’s a great gadget charger for any possible gadget as long as that gadget has a USB port. Powertrekk is designed for the outdoors, which is why it has a hydrogen fuel cell coupled with a battery pack.

In fact, both can charge each other, meaning that it can juice up a lot of your gadgets. Which makes it perfect for both travel or adventure. You will always have juice with this gadget.

Nokia’s bicycle cellphone charger now €30 in Europe

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on February 2nd, 2011

Nokia’s bike-powered cellphone charger was supposed to arrive by the end of 2010 for about €15. Now the company is ready and is charging €30 to European bicyclists, which is twice as expensive as anticipated. The kit comes with a Nokia charger, phone holder, and bottle dynamo.

The charger also sports a 2-mm charger interface and provides 28 minutes of talk time for every 10 minutes spent riding between 6kph (4mph) and 50kph (31mph). Europeans can pick one up from Nokia’s online store. The rest of us will have to wait.

Zip Touch-n-go Multi-Device Charger keeps your cables neat using magnets

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2011

The Zip, Touch-n-go provides a neat and tidy solution to the old problem of long cables everywhere when trying to charge multiple device on the same table top. The Zip Touch-n-go charger uses short device connectors that are attached to the main charging device using magnets and makes it easy to charge any device.

It has space for 16 devices to be charged at once, so your table will be more cluttered with devices than wires. No information on pricing or worldwide availability just yet, but it might be priced between $49-$100.

Sonic the Hedgehog Inductive Wiimote Charger

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2010

Look what we have here. Sonic the Hedgehog is willing to charge up your Wiimotes while showing the peace sign. He doesn’t look very happy about it though. You can understand why. He’d rather be chasing down golden rings and promoting Sega products. But sadly, those days are gone.

Now he is reduced to sub-par games and promoting Nintendo gear, which in this case will cost you $49.99. It comes from Mad Catz. Hey, at least it acts as a figurine too.

Veho Pebble Smartskin for iPad will give you 500 hours of juice

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2010

The Veho Pebble Smartskin for the iPad is a case that not only protects your iPad but also charges it up when you need some extra juice. The Pebble comes with a 6000mah battery charger embedded inside a super soft silicone skin doubling its battery life by giving it an amazing 500 hours of standby time.

It also has an additional neoprene case for added protection. That’s a serious iPad case. The Veho Pebble Smartskin for the iPad will cost you £49.99 ($78) at Firebox UK and should be headed to the US soon as well.

Portable USB Power Supply

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2010

With all of the gadgets we carry, it can be tough making sure they are all juiced up. Luckily there are some useful gadgets like the Portable USB Power Supply, which make sure you always have power.

The Portable USB Power Supply is a small portable battery that you can carry on your key chain, which comes with a bunch of charging accessories that will let you charge your mobile phone and other gadgets via USB. At just $19.99, this is a no-brainer. You will always have juice.

Duracell myGrid USB Charger

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2010

The myGrid USB Charger is a rechargeable Li-ion battery with a USB output with enough juice to extend the life of most smartphones by four hours and the life of most e-readers by up to 100 hours, according to Duracell.

For $34.99 that makes this one a no-brainer and you can get one today at CVS, Walmart, Target and Amazon. It comes with both mini-USB and micro-USB adapters.

Energizer AP1201 case for iPhone 4 charges and protects

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on October 9th, 2010

We never have enough battery life. That’s just a fact of life. So Energizer’s new AP1201 case for the iPhone 4 is a welcome addition to the Apple gadget family. As iPhone cases go, it actually looks pretty stylish and non-offensive.

It’s a slim, protective case of silicone rubber that charges your phone while it’s wearing it. There are two charging options, a high speed charging mode which charges the phone first, then the case. While the other option provides simultaneous pass-through charging.

Nation-E Angel Car is roadside assistance for EV drivers

Posted in Automotive by Shane McGlaun on September 13th, 2010

I have never run a car I was driving out of gas before. I have had to drive to pick up my wife a few times over the years when she forgot to get gas and ended up stranded. At least with a normal car you can just put a few gallons in the tank to get you to the station.

If you forget to plug in an electric car and you get stranded on the side of the road today, you are out of luck. A company called Nation-E has unveiled a new charging system in Europe that has a mobile charger in the back of a van called Angel Car. The idea is that if an EV owner runs out of juice the van drives to them to give a charge.

Energizer wireless inductive charger for blackberry and iphone

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on September 5th, 2010

We love anything that helps us get rid of wires around here. So we are excited about Energizer’s new inductive charger that is Qi enabled. Qi is the wireless charging standard developed by the Wireless Power Consortium, and should eventually make its way into more and more devices.

The charger will work with the iPhone or the Blackberry Curve 8900. The battery door for the Blackberry and the sleeve case for the iPhone 3G/3GS are both sold separately. Luckily, this device has enough room to charge three devices at the same time, which is nice.

Scosche announces reVIVE II Dual USB Car and Home Chargers for the iPad

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2010

You just bought a fancy new iPad for a hefty price. Now you need some third party accessories to go along it. Scosche has the answer. They’ve just announced the reVIVE II Dual USB Car and Home Chargers for Apple’s tablet.

The ability to charge a few devices simultaneously makes the reVIVE II adapters well worth it. The reVIVE II models will come with a 2.1 Amp and 1 Amp port, letting iPad owners and everyone else charge simultaneously.