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Battery Geek Introduces External Battery Support for Apple MacBook
Posted on 28-Sep-2006 18:08. | Tags Filed under: News.


Battery Geek Introduces External Battery Support for Apple MacBook
The new Portable Power Station by Battery Geek, Inc. supplies an additional 6+ hours of mobile computing time for the Apple MacBook Pro, providigin support for most Microsoft Windows based laptops as well.

With an 140 watt-hour capacity spawned from premium grade Li-ion cells, the Portable Power Station provides power to support a demanding mobile office.

The external battery can power devices from 3v to 28v making it a versatile external battery. The Portable Power Station doubles as a battery backup for mobile phones, PDAs and media players.

Designed as a MacBook companion, the Portable Power Station is roughly half the size of the 13" MacBook and weighs less than 2 pounds. The shock resistant aluminum shell protects the battery from damage, and its compact profile slides conveniently inside a laptop case.




More information: http://www.batterygeek.net...

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