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Partly a good deal(cheapest on net if you purchase 3 packs and apply google checkout), partly because I find the product pretty amazing! Rechargeable batteries with a USB connector inside the lid, allowing them to be charged anywhere with a PC - must be an excellent item for anyone needing to ensure their batteries last away from their own office!

The USB port is becoming more and more useful. First came the memory card with the built-in USB plug, now comes the USB-charged battery! Moixa Energy have developed the USB Cell as an environmentally-friendly alternative to normal AA batteries. The top of one side flips up to reveal a USB connector, and the battery simply plugs into an open port.

The convenience of the USB Cell means that you don't have to carry around a separate charger or cables, and can charge it in a game station, as well as in keyboards and monitors with USB sockets.

It takes five hours to charge one of the cells if it was fully discharged.
Because the batteries are fully rechargeable, you never need to throw them away, think of all the money you will save compared to when you buy countless amounts of regular batteries!
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#1
Been posted beforeon here, I just can't find it now.
#2
I'm still trying to figure out how these are worth the extra money?
They still suck power from the USB port. You would be better to just carry a spare set of AA 2700mAh IMO. I can't think of a single occasion where I couldn't find a cheaper alternative to these. It's just a gadget for people who like to spend their money on 'cool' stuff.
#3
every time i see these i wonder why they are a bargain. you can get a 10min turbo charger with 4 higher cap batteries for less. and how stupid is it to have these taking up your usb ports. stop posting these things for gods sake!!!
#4
Scribbles
I'm still trying to figure out how these are worth the extra money?
They still suck power from the USB port. You would be better to just carry a spare set of AA 2700mAh IMO. I can't think of a single occasion where I couldn't find a cheaper alternative to these. It's just a gadget for people who like to spend their money on 'cool' stuff.

I agree. These things are a waste of money and time. The best option is to purchase a ReZap recharger (which will recharge normal alkaline batteries up to 10 times. They cost around £34.00, but pay for themselves after several recharges - works well for me).
#5
Predikuesi
I agree. These things are a waste of money and time. The best option is to purchase a ReZap recharger (which will recharge normal alkaline batteries up to 10 times. They cost around £34.00, but pay for themselves after several recharges - works well for me).


I could agree with that statement, but to tell the truth these new Uniross 'Hybrio' rechargables are great. They are designed to hold their power after a charge, just like an alkaline. A compromise between alkaline and Ni-Mh.
I am yet to find a good alternative to either the Hybrios or Powerex Ni-MH rechargables.
I just can't have these USB thingies at £4.50 per battery, when the Hybrios are just £8.99 for four :?

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