Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone & iPod Touch" @ 07:00 AM
"We're still on the lookout for battery backup options to power recharge your iPhone, iPod touch or just about any USB mobile device. The market just got a bit larger with the introduction of the HyperMac line of batteries at Macworld."
The ones above, called the "Hypermac Mini" are currently on sale at the HyperMac website for $99.95 USD, a savings of $20.00 USD. These are rated at 7200 mAh and are supposedly able to give you enough capacity to charge your iPhone 6 times. They also claim the batteries will last for about 1,000 charges, and since they have inputs for USB, DC in and mini USB so you can also charge other devices. The other models are the Nano and Micro, rated at 1800 mAh and 3600 mAh respectively, with the Nano selling for $69.95 USD and the Micro selling for $89.95 USD.