PhoneSuit has released the MiLi Power Pack for iPhone 2G and 3G. Charge your phone via a mini USB 2.0 or 1.1. You can sync with iTunes while it is docked. The MiLi can serve double duty by charging other devices such as headsets or another iPhone at the same time by connection to the Out port. After your iPhone is charged, leave the MiLi attached to recharge or take with you for emergencies. Purchase a power pack for $79.99 and, for a limited time, you will get a Mask Screen Protector 2-pack free.
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Control4’s iPod Dock can access your music from almost anywhere, including another room. With simple navigation, you can check out album cover art and control your iPod. It is simple to install and set up and has an Ethernet IP connection. Connect your entire household or office with additional docks. Needless to say, it will also recharge your music/video player while in use. Contact Control4 for more information and price.
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CP Docks has a new cell phone station. The portable Plug-in-Shelf takes care of messy cords while charging your cellie or handheld. The device features a plug adapter to accommodate your present charger, a shelf, and a cord holder. Made of plastic with a skid-free pad to keep things in place, this is a perfect last minute gift for the traveler in your life. Available for only $12.95, free shipping is also included for now.
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How often have you used your iPhone or iPod as a nightlight? Probably not that often, but the reviveLITE combines an automatically controlled low light with a charging station without worrying about tripping over a cord. Energy Star efficient, the frosted LED device comes with foam inserts to secure your iGadget. Choose between white and black at a price of $39.99. At least you will know where you left your phone the night before, eh?
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Connectland’s USB Multi-Cellular Phone Charger comes with 8 different connectors for various Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, and Siemens cell phones as well as those with mini USB connection. At a size of 50 x 30 x 24.5mm and a weight of 21g, it features an output of 5.5V CD, 200mA maximum. Packaged with the charger is a USB retractable cable and a foam-lined travel bag. Its price is $18.00.
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The iPod dock of the week is made by SoundMaster. The Projecting Alarm Clock conveniently charges your music machine while it is playing or while you sleep. It is compatible with those models that have a dock connection such as the mini, photo, nano, and video and has its own subwoofer and two tweeters. The device also has an easy-to-read, projecting, blue LCD display and comes with 7 adapters, an audio input cable, and an AC adapter. The clock can be yours for $99.95.
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Mophie’s new Juice Pack promises to more than double the life of your iPhone at the expense of a little pocketability. The sled style battery pack offers up an additional 250 hours of standby, 24 hours of music playback, 8 hours of talk time, 7 hours of video playback, or 6 hours of internet use. Featuring a soft grip case to help avoid those terrifying iPhone drops the Juice Pack seems like the perfect solution for anyone looking for a little extra juice out of their iPhone on long trips or while away from convenient AC power. The Power Pack is less than $100 and promises to ship by Christmas.
With all the Apple hype, we seldom get to see accessories for Creative’s products. QDOS has designed an FM Transmitter for Zen V and Zen V Plus MP3 players. Find an available frequency, then hear your fave artists via your player through your car radio. The transmitter features a swivel holder, an LCD, and large keys to tune into your music. Plug it in to your cigarette lighter for a recharge. The device will soon be obtainable online for £39.99 (~$83.00.)
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If you are right in the middle of a DS or PSP video game and it looks like your batteries will die before Link does, hook up Thanko’s handy Charger Bracelet. It will give your game system up to an extended 4.5 hours of life. The device will also work with cell phones so you don’t have to hang up on your spouse/partner/boss until it is your idea. Connect the bracelet by USB to your computer for a recharge. The charger will set you back JPY 4,980 (~$44.00.)
Our favorite bunny’s parents, Energizer, has just introduced Energi To Go, a battery pack that can plug into most cell phones. With this new product you can recharge your phone’s battery almost instantaneously (except for some PDA and smart-phones,) even if your phone is completely powerless. The ETG comes with an adapter and a pair of Energizer e2 Lithium batteries. At an MSRP of $19.99, it’s available at your favorite department, grocery, or drug store.
Energizer claims that it is compatible with 80% of cell phones now on the market, including Nokia, Samsung, Sprint, and Motorola, as well as mini USB devices developed after 2003 such as BlackBerry, SLVR, and RAZR. Now, if that bunny could just learn to catch a cell phone before it hits the ground.
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