Friday, February 12, 2010

HyperMac debuts kandy-kolored, streamlined, pocket-sized batteries




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We fell in love with our HyperMac batteries during this year's CES, and now it looks like Sanho's decided to open its net a bit and introduce chargers for all you iPods, iPhones, and future iPad owners. All three models feature aluminum cases in colors that correspond to the ol' iPod nano (pink, red, orange, so on, and so forth), and all three have USB connections for charging your non-Apple gear as well. The HyperMac Nano (fully recharges your iPhone 1.5 times), HyperMac Micro (up to three times), and the HyperMac Mini (up to six times) are available now $70, $90, and $120 respectively -- and if you hop over to HyperMac.com now they'll knock $20 off the asking price. If that doesn't convince you, perhaps a gallery full of model-types showing off the devices will? Nah, probably not.

Read more for more details and images.

Specifications
  • Capacity: 1800mAh (Nano), 3600mAh (Micro), 7200mAh (Mini)
  • Battery Chemistry: Lithium Ion
  • Standby Time: Up to 450 hours (Nano), 900 hours (Micro), 1800 hours (Mini)
  • 2G Talk Time: Up to 18 hours (Nano), 36 hours (Micro), 72 hours (Mini)
  • 3G Talk Time: Up to 7.5 hours (Nano), 15 hours (Micro), 30 hours (Mini)
  • Wi-Fi Internet: Up to 13.5 hours (Nano), 27 hours (Micro), 54 hours (Mini)
  • 3G Internet: Up to 7.5 hours (Nano), 15 hours (Micro), 30 hours (Mini)
  • Audio Playback: Up to 45 hours (Nano), 90 hours (Micro), 180 hours (Mini)
  • Video Playback: Up to 15 hours (Nano), 30 hours (Micro), 60 hours (Mini)
  • Dimensions/Weight
  • Nano: 3.4 x 1.5 x 0.55" (85 x 38 x 14mm) / 2.4 oz (67 g)
  • Micro: 3.7 x 2.7 x 0.6" (94 x 69 x 16mm) / 4.7oz (134g)
  • Mini: 5.2 x 3.1 x 0.55" (132 x 79 x 14mm) / 8.4oz (237g)
  • Input Power: 5V/500mA (Nano), 5V/1A (Micro/Mini)
  • Output Power: 5V/1A

For more product information and specifications, please visit:
www.HyperMac.com











source[engadget]

2 comments:

Laptop Batteries said...

wow. This is the first time I am seeing the HyperMac, and I am definitely going to get one. The colors are really nice and the design cant be any better. Everything I have is Mac, so it will also be an incredible benefit to have. The HyperMac is also really cheap compared to most Apple products, so it is already worth the much just to buy it.

Cold Pza said...

Yah! Finally Apple have its own chargers for Apple products!

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