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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.

Duracell launches 40-Watt Universal Netbook AC adapter

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2010

Duracell has introduced its 40-Watt Universal Netbook AC adapter, specially designed to maximize your power efficiency and add to your portability. It’s perfect for netbooks. It’s a compact and lightweight adapter that is great for traveling and works with a wide range of netbooks thanks to four different interchangeable voltage controlling tips which are included.

The tips can switch automatically between 12V and 19V, depending on your netbook’s power needs, keeping your computer safe. It’s just $49.99 starting next month.

Duracell batteries with new gauge that shows power levels

Posted in Batteries by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2009

Duracell batteries with new gauge that shows power levelsDuracell recently introduced its new Ultra Advanced battery that lets consumers know exactly how much power is available in each battery, eliminating the need to guess. The battery comes with Powercheck, which is a gauge on the battery that can be activated by pressing two white dots on the cell.

The Ultra Advanced with Powercheck will make their debut at Costco and some other major retailers in December. There’s a small additional cost compared to regular CopperTop batteries though, as you might expect.

Duracell unveils SmartPower line

Posted in Duracell by Shane McGlaun on August 21st, 2009

duracellchargepadOf all the features, you could add to my smartphone, at the top of the list of features I really want is easier charging. It’s not difficult mind you to plug in a cable, it’s just inconvenient since I always have to climb around under the desk looking for it after it inevitably falls off.

I want to walk in and lay the phone down to charge and be done. We have seen this type of wireless charging system before from WildCharge. Duracell is now peddling a line of Smartpower devices including one called the myGrid charging pad. The pad lets users charge multiple devices by just laying them on the pad.

Duracell announces USB car charger

Posted in Duracell by Shane McGlaun on April 24th, 2009

duracellusbcharger-sbOut of all of the gadgets I have laying around my home, lots of them charge via USB. My iPhone uses USB to charge and all of the MP3 players around do as well. That means that if I want to take the gadgets in my car with me on a trip all I really need is a USB charger.

Duracell has announced a new USB charger designed to sit completely inside the DC outlet in your car. The device is low profile and when plugged in and when ready to use the USB port glows blue. Duracell says that the device can charge the iPhone and any other USB item.

Duracell Powerpack 450 talks you through jump-starting

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2008

Duracell Powerpack 450 talks you through jump-startingAnybody who has ever found themselves stranded and in need of a jump on a freezing day can appreciate this device. It’s like having a handy man with you. Many of us have jumper cables but don’t have any idea how to use them properly. The device can talk you through the whole jump-starting process and get you back on the road as quick as possible.

It features an onboard air compressor to pump up flat tires and can also serve as an substitute for a power generator, giving you 340 watts of continuous AC with a 450w peak. That’s plenty to run your laptop or even a small TV. If that isn’t enough, it has a USB port to charge your gadgets. For $150, you’ll feel pretty secure with this in your trunk.

Duracell reinvents the flaslight

Posted in Duracell by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2008

Duracell Daylite FlashlightMost of us don’t think much about flashlights until the lights go out and we need one. Many flashlights just aren’t that bright with sickly looking beams that have lots of dark spots and don’t offer much light. Duracell is one of the most common names in batteries and it has announced a new line of flashlights that it says are revolutionary.

The new line of Duracell flashlights are called Daylite and use LED bulbs. Duracell says that the typical flashlight only captures 70% of the total light in a 180-degree pattern. Duracell’s new line of flashlights uses what it calls TrueBeam technology to capture up to 100% of the light in the same pattern.

Duracell powers your USB gadgets

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 31st, 2008

Duracell powers your USB gadgets
Chances are you’ve been out with your phone and it runs out of juice. It’s annoying. We put men on the moon for God’s sake.(That was a long time ago) Well, Duracell wants to make sure you always have plenty of power in your USB gadgets. If your device uses mini USB to charge, Duracell’s new PowerSource Mini has you covered.

You can get it in two different versions. One is designed to power your iPod and the other is for Blackberry. Both have a mini USB connector. The PowerSource Mini stores power with an internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. Apparently it has a second USB port that lets you charge another device at the same time. It ships with an AC adapter and DC charger that each have a USB port, and the PowerSource Mini. Never be powerless again.