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Candy Colored Pocket-Sized HyperMac Battery Packs For iPhones, iPods And iPad

Candy Colored Pocket-Sized HyperMac Battery Packs For iPhones, iPods And iPad

Posted February 11, 2010 at 3:45pm by iClarified · 10450 views
Sanho has introduced the HyperMac Nano, HyperMac Micro and HyperMac Mini - three pocket-sized, lithium-ion battery packs for charging iPhones, iPods, iPads and other USB-powered devices on-the-go.

All three models are exquisitely encased in aluminum and available in any of Apple's nine iPod nano colors (black, silver, pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple) plus a darker (iPhone) black color. Users will be spoilt for choice when choosing the right battery pack to match their iPhone or iPod.

The 1800mAh HyperMac Nano is the world's only iPhone/iPod lithium-ion battery pack with a built-in charging cable and holds enough power to fully recharge an iPhone 1.5 times. Unlike traditional battery packs with built-in rigid connectors, the HyperMac Nano features a flexible connector cable to allow the battery to move freely from the device, instead of simply sticking out of the base of the iPhone/iPod, which increases the chance of damage to the iPhone/iPod socket.

When not in use, the male iPhone/iPod 30-pin connector sits perfectly into the female 30-pin recharging socket, and with the cap closed, the HyperMac Nano is a sleek piece of metal without any exposed slots or buttons, reminiscent of a Zippo cigarette lighter. The HyperMac Nano's patented design also features a magnetic base to hold the cap in place during charging.
Candy Colored Pocket-Sized HyperMac Battery Packs For iPhones, iPods And iPad

The 3600mAh HyperMac Micro holds enough power to fully charge an iPhone up to three times, while the 7200mAh HyperMac Mini can fully charge an iPhone up to six times. Both output 5V/1A power through a USB port and the user can charge any iPhone, iPod, iPad or USB-powered device with the provided iPhone/iPod and USB cables. The batteries are rechargeable via USB or wall outlet with the provided USB cable and AC adapter.


Unlike most iPhone battery packs or iPhone cases cum battery in the market, HyperMac batteries works with virtually all iPhone cases, does not add bulk or affects the antenna of the iPhone.

"iPhone users have long suffered from the iPhone's short battery life and dull utilitarian plastic battery pack solutions," states Daniel Chin, President of Sanho Corporation. "HyperMac will no doubt breathe a fresh air to this tired industry," he adds. "With its striking colors and attractive non-battery-like looks, for once there will be a battery pack that appeals to both women and men alike," he concludes.

Like its big brother, the HyperMac Nano/Micro/Mini batteries uses the same "Grade A" high-end lithium ion cells that are supplied to the U.S. military, providing unsurpassed reliability, safety and longevity. It is rechargeable up to 1,000 times and comes with a ONE-year warranty - comparing to industry standards of only 300 recharges and 3 months warranty. All HyperMac batteries also support pass through charging so the user can charge both battery and device at the same time.

The HyperMac Nano, HyperMac Micro and HyperMac Mini are now available at HyperMac.com for $69.95, $89.95 and $119.95 respectively. As a launch promotion, there is currently a $20 discount on all HyperMac Nano/Micro/Mini batteries.

Specifications
Capacity: 1800mAh (Nano), 3600mAh (Micro), 7200mAh (Mini)
Battery Chemistry: Lithium Ion
Standby Time: Up to 450 hours (Nano), 900 hours (Micro), 1800 hours (Mini)
2G Talk Time: Up to 18 hours (Nano), 36 hours (Micro), 72 hours (Mini)
3G Talk Time: Up to 7.5 hours (Nano), 15 hours (Micro), 30 hours (Mini)
Wi-Fi Internet: Up to 13.5 hours (Nano), 27 hours (Micro), 54 hours (Mini)
3G Internet: Up to 7.5 hours (Nano), 15 hours (Micro), 30 hours (Mini)
Audio Playback: Up to 45 hours (Nano), 90 hours (Micro), 180 hours (Mini)
Video Playback: Up to 15 hours (Nano), 30 hours (Micro), 60 hours (Mini)
Dimensions/Weight
Nano: 3.4 x 1.5 x 0.55" (85 x 38 x 14mm) / 2.4 oz (67 g)
Micro: 3.7 x 2.7 x 0.6" (94 x 69 x 16mm) / 4.7oz (134g)
Mini: 5.2 x 3.1 x 0.55" (132 x 79 x 14mm) / 8.4oz (237g)
Input Power: 5V/500mA (Nano), 5V/1A (Micro/Mini)
Output Power: 5V/1A

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Candy Colored Pocket-Sized HyperMac Battery Packs For iPhones, iPods And iPad

Candy Colored Pocket-Sized HyperMac Battery Packs For iPhones, iPods And iPad
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Geekoid
Geekoid - February 13, 2010 at 8:40pm
I have to say that the Nano pack is really good, especially since it will give more than a full charge to an iPod or iPhone. The Mini is a bit large, but if you're going to be traveling, it isn't any more bulky than a portable hard drive. I'm still holding out for a chrome unit that clips on the back of my iPod touch or iPhone though... that'd be just perfect.
Aaron Wright
Aaron Wright - February 11, 2010 at 5:10pm
Not sure where the word "cum" comes into play. Uit it's in the article! It's called •Spell Check•. Use it wisely!
Tom
Tom - February 11, 2010 at 6:17pm
Cum is used to describe something with dual nature. e.g this is my study-cum-bedroom. Sure the more you say it the more it sounds like your replacing normal words with lines from a porn film but it's a legitimate word and has been correctly used in this article. So in reply to - "It's called •Spell Check•. Use it wisely!" - I'd say It's called a dictionary/an education, use that. :)
Geekoid
Geekoid - February 13, 2010 at 8:38pm
Aaron, if you're going to be a grammar nazi, at least make sure you're right before you put your foot in the stirrup of your high horse. The word "cum" has been in use long before it was used in porn films, for all manner of situations where things have a dual purpose. Also, spell check doesn't check grammar and the word "cum" is in the dictionary. You might want to look it up.
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