Duracell My Grid

November 28, 2010 by USA Post 

Duracell My Grid, The myGrid USB charger is a rechargeable Li-ion battery with USB output with enough juice to prolong the lives of most smartphones four hours and the lifetime of most e-readers to a maximum of 100 hours, according to Duracell.

For $ 34.99 it an obvious and you can get today to CVS, Wal-Mart, Target and Amazon. It comes with two mini-USB and micro USB adapters.

Strictly speaking, the myGrid is not entirely free of wire, it must itself be powered by the outlet, but is able to manage multiple devices at the same time, and it reduces the son that way.

The grid itself is very low profile, being incredibly thin line saves along the side where the power is connected. The upper surface seems quite thoughtful, he is a little different than some might wish, but it may be necessary for the inductive load of work, then it can hardly be avoided for now.

MyGrid comes with several adapters, including the cases specifically designed for the iPhone 3G and, unfortunately, there was no iPhone 4 adapter with our review unit), the BlackBerry Pearl and BlackBerry Curve. If you do not have the chance to own a smartphone, or have a smartphone that is not directly supported, such as the Palm Meadow or a mobile phone Android, do not worry, you can still use the myGrid, after all, you can charge up to four devices simultaneously.

With the specific case, you can choose from a selection of different power adapters for a variety of other devices you may have. I was able to charge a wave Samsung without any problems with the maps we were provided, so you should not be a problem for most phones and devices.

Rather than having your phone in a slip case for, if you do not use a BlackBerry or iPhone, you should use one of the adapters, and connect it with a little extra gadget that allows the laden aircraft while on the surface.

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