Gadget Glee – Mobile Device Charger

I recently purchased a portable USB power supply. This one in fact.

According to the description, it holds a charge up to three months. It’s really small, which is great, it drops right into my bag without noticeable bulk or weight. I was out one evening and noticed my Blackberry battery was nearly depleted. I plugged it into my newly purchased and charged portable power supply. In about an hour, it was fully charged. All while I relaxed in the bar and didn’t miss a tweet.

Inexpensive, small and it does exactly what it says. You can’t ask for more!

  • http://www.ns-tech.com/blog/geldred.nsf Gregg Eldred

    Mitch recommended this to me a few years ago:

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    And it was an excellent recommendation. Makes you very popular in airports, conferences, coffee shops, and other places where outlets are at a premium. Nice to have in a hotel room, too. In addition, it is compact.

  • http://www.texasswede.com Karl-Henry Martinsson

    Two years ago I got a portable charger from Motorola just before Lotusphere. It was great, and helped me more than once. Last year I changed from the Bold 9000 to the Bold 9700 { Link } , and the mini-USB connector did not fit the new phone, so I left it at home.This year I picked up an adapter mini-USB to micro-USB at Radio Shack, so I intend to bring it again… As well as spare batteries to swap.

  • http://dmcnally.blogspot.com Don McNally

    That’s pretty cool. I just got a Lenmar PPU5000, which is about the size of an iPod touch.

  • http://www.runningnotes.net Kathy Brown

    This one comes with a bunch of different attachments, both micro and mini USB included. Just not pictured. Emoticon

  • http://www.hfrmobile.com Harald-René Flasch

    That’s pretty cool!

    The following part of the product specification sounds funny:

    “… emergency charger for mp3 player …”

    Emergency + MP3 Player ^^

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