Mar 17

ReVIVE Series Solar Rechargeable Back-Up POWER Boost for Kindle, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows and Android Phones – Includes AC adapter and USB Cable for Charging

ReVIVE Series Solar Rechargeable Back-Up POWER Boost for Kindle, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows and Android Phones – Includes AC adapter and USB Cable for Charging

  • Refuels your iPod, iPhone 3G / 3Gs, ALL BlackBerry’s, and Amazon Kindle
  • Features Built-in 1400mAh High-capacity Power Cell. Rechargeable up to 1,000 times.
  • The Solar POWER BOOST can be charged 3 WAYS – Using direct sunlight
  • GREAT FOR THE OUTDOORS – Charge it in the SUN AT: the beach
  • 3 YEAR WARRANTY – Guaranteed Quality by ACCESSORY POWER

SOLAR POWER Boost

Powerful enough to charge all of your portable electronics using the POWER of the SUN!
Provides a source of POWER when away from outlets!

Solar Panels charge and maintain 1400 mAh of power!

60 minute charge provides up to 180 minutes of talk time or 72 hours of standby time.
AC power adapter charging 2-5 hours.
Computer charging 3-5 hours.
Solar Charging 5-7 hours.

Includes Plugs to CHARGE and POWER your Blackberry’s, and Am

List Price: $ 55.99

Price: $ 19.99

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iPhone 3G users have been unhappy, and rightfully so. When iOS 4.0 debuted, we talked about new features like multitasking for the iPhone 3GS and how much faster the camera application felt compared to iOS 3.1.3. iPhone 3G customers, however, gained little in terms of new features from the update except newfound slowness. Discontent has been growing, with a number of users pointing fingers at …
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According to comments made by an executive vice president of Canada’s Quebecor, which today launched a new mobile service through its Vidéotron brand, Apple is building an iPhone compatible with the 3G network operated by T-Mobile USA. Engadget Mobile reports that the exec said Apple is in the process of manufacturing an AWS-compliant iPhone, and to “expect an announcement in the coming months …
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Apple Game Center snubs iPhone 3G, first iPod Touch
The Game Center is open to most iOS-based devices, with the exception of the iPhone 3G and first-gen iPhones and iPods, Apple has revealed. Originally posted at The Digital Home
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