USB Rechargable USB Batteries

by AndrewD

Well it’s about time. Think about how many gadgets we use on a daily basis are powered strictly by AA batteries. TV remote controls, flash lights, even wireless mice. The amount of batteries we go through has become a burden on not only the landfills, but our finances as well! How much money do we spend on batteries per year? Probably much more than we need too.

Sure, we can always pick up a set of those expensive rechargeable batteries. But even with them, you need a special adapter just to charge them up. And how many times can they really be recharged? The USB Rechargeable Batteries allow you to charge your batteries back to full power right from your USB port.

When your batteries run out of fuel, recharging this special power source is as easy as popping open the custom-made cap, which both conceals a USB dongle and acts as positive contact for the battery. A blue LED light indicates that the batteries are charging. When the charge is complete, the light goes off. Easy peezy, lemon squeezy.

If your interested in picking up 10 or less of the USB Rechargeable Batteries you can pick them up a set of four for $20.40 each. ChinaVision also offers bulk purchases, 10 or more sets only cost $19.59 each with other bulk options available.

Product Page via 7Gadgets

10 reviews or comments

sergio Says: June 15, 2008 at 7:32 pm

Rechargeable USB? It may be great to have rechargeable usb batteries or is it? If the only thing you have is a desktop computer and do not keep on all the time; you might get a little tired of turning the computer on just to charge the batteries. How about if you go out of town and don’t have a usb charging device well it speaks for itself. So, is it worth having or not?

Starting the week with a gadget gallery » Coolest Gadgets Says: June 16, 2008 at 12:11 am

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AndrewD Says: June 16, 2008 at 9:53 am

@Jen: For people who don’t have much money to begin with the extra cost for batteries could be disastrous.

fairtrade Says: June 24, 2008 at 1:43 pm

There is probably a law such as a moral one since fakes are normally made using child labor or in breach of labor law or in support of terrorist/criminal activities. So if you support this and don’t check sources there is no doubt no legal requirement to be honest. I guess magazines normally check sources first to make sure they are genuine.

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