Now, a company called Ecosol has introduced a USB charged portable battery called the Powerstick. It's about the same size as a USB memory stick, and although it doesn't contain any flash memory, it's almost as smart. It contains a lithium polymer battery (a probable successor technology to lithium ion). It does not fit into electronic devices directly, but instead is used to recharge a whole range of phones, MP3 players, cell phones, PDAs, etc. using different power tips.
The thing we like best about the Powerstick is that it has a display on its side to show how much power the battery has remaining. It's one more step to make it easier to kick the "disposable" battery habit and use rechargable power for all our electronic devices.
written by mbm, December 07, 2006
written by battery laptop, October 21, 2007
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