Duracell has introduced a three-in-one Mobile Charger - for iPods and other devices - into the US market.
The device can recharge a variety of high-drain devices, ranging from digital cameras and portable gaming systems to iPods, MP3 players and BlackBerrys, through several methods.
Digital camera users can employ the device to charge AA or AAA rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries by plugging the unit directly into the wall or into a car outlet.
The Mobile Charger also features a USB port, which allows users to charge a wide range of USB-enabled devices with built-in rechargeable batteries such as iPods, MP3 players and BlackBerrys.
The Duracell Mobile Charger can provide power to USB enabled devices in three ways:
- using pre-charged NiMH batteries;
- by plugging the Mobile Charger into a wall outlet ;
- by plugging the Mobile Charger into a car adaptor.
The $25 product ships with Duracell pre-charged rechargeable batteries, which can maintain a charge for up to a year.
The system ships in the US this autumn.