July 23, 2009 by iPhoneWorld.ca Reader
A rechargeable lithium-ion battery integrated in the X-Power1 charge/sync cable lets you have additional portable power when you need it, “when” you’re away from a power source.
Have a dead or low battery? No problem.
Now you don’t need to be tethered to a computer/wall outlet/car adapter for the time it takes to charge the battery when you just don’t have the time and/or these other power sources are not convenient.
So if you intend to go mobile away from a power source when your iPhone/iPod is showing low on juice, you now have the comfort of knowing that a “portable” back-up power source is with you when you need it. When you do have the time to charge you’re iPhone/iPod. Just plug the X-Power1 into a USB outlet and the X-Power1 charge/sync cable circuitry will charge the iPhone/iPod, then its integrated lithium-ion battery for the next time portable mobile power is needed. For flexibility, most people will have a X-Power1 charge/sync cable in their car, their home and their place of work.
Granted, there are other portable power sources for the iPhone/iPod, but they tend to be large units that either fit on the back of the iPhone/iPod or connect to the iPhone/iPod connector and dangle off the bottom of the unit, which could put additional stress on the iPhone/iPod proprietary connector. Plus these units will need to be charged separately from the iPhoneiPod, just more cables and adapters to pack around. We have everything integrated into the X-Power1 power/sync cable. Making things a lot easier for you, the consumer.
X-Power1 is available in different lengths: 6 inches, 20 inches, 30 inches and also offered in a small compact retractable cable design for easy storage.
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