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Energizer intros Energi To Go iPhone battery packs

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Wednesday, June 3, 2009
News Categories: iPhone Accessories

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Energizer, in partnership with XPAL Power, has introduced two new Energi To Go battery pack/case hybrids for the iPhone 3G. The case-like AP1000 and AP1500 feature an integrated 30-pin connector, side grips, an open face, and a 1000 mAh or 1500 mAh battery, respectively, built-in to the rear of the accessory. Other features include a battery life indicator, USB charging port, and a speaker, microphone, and camera-friendly design. The Energizer Energi To Go AP100 and AP1500 battery packs for iPhone 3G are expected to ship in July; pricing has yet to be announced.

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Comments

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Why can’t these case/battery combos use the standard Apple dock connector cable to charge the battery? First Mophie with the Juice Pack Air and now these 2. I would like to get one of these, but I don’t want to have to deal with another cable.

Posted by Jon Eric on June 3, 2009 at 1:21 PM (PDT)

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Let’s see if Apple will say anything about the use of the ‘i’ in Energi lol

Posted by D on June 3, 2009 at 1:57 PM (PDT)

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