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Energizer brings Energi To Go portable power to iPod

Darren Murph
August 15, 2007
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Although Energizer has been providing its Energi To Go for a plethora of cellphones and other portable peripherals, it's about time the dock-connecting iPods got one of their own. Finally arriving this fall, the Energi To Go Portable Power for iPod is powered by a pair of AA cells, sports a "unique flip design" that enables it to double as a stand, and features a "patented intelligent control chip that maximizes power transfer to the iPod." 'Course, what you're really interested in is how many all-nighters this thing can get you through, and we're happy to say that this here gizmo can supposedly provide "more than 46-hours" of juice to an iPod nano and "more than 32-hours" of music playback to the iPod with video. All yours for $29.99, which will include the charger and two Energizer e2 Lithium AA batteries.

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