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Master Geek


Topic # 11724 8-Feb-2007 12:14
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JAVOedge is very excited to announce our new portable charging solution, the High Capacity (3400mAH) Portable Battery Charger.  This battery pack will charge any USB powered device (except Microsoft Zune).  It features a very easy to use interface.  Simple "In" and "Out" ports indicate where to plug in your USB cable whether it is to charge your USB powered mobile device or to replenish the 3400mAH inside the portable battery pack for future use.


JAVOedge's High Capacity Portable Battery Charger is designed to keep your iPod, MP3, Sony PSP, PDA, Pocket PC, and Smartphone powered up at all times of the day!  Great for on-the-move users, the best charging emergency solution when there is no wall outlet, car charger, or a PC around to power up your device.

Not compatible with Microsoft Zune

Capacity: 3400mAH
Dimensions:  100 x 62 x 15 mm (3.9 x 2.4 x .6 inches)

Weight:  120g (4.2oz)

Our Price: $39.99

Check out http://www.javoedge.com.

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Ultimate Geek

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  Reply # 60181 8-Feb-2007 22:36
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What's up with the Zune?



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  Reply # 60755 14-Feb-2007 11:33
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taniwha: What's up with the Zune?


For some reason the Zune requires a very high current to initiate the charge, much higher than most other devices.

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