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Duracell Launches 40-Watt Universal Netbook Adapters

clock July 30, 2010 19:43 by author Ty

Duracell has released a new universal 40-watt AC power adapter for netbooks to keep consumers plugged in while they are on the road. The Duracell 40-watt universal netbook AC adapter offers laptop users a compact and portable adapter that can replace their OEM power adapter or be used as a spare in their netbook case. This universal netbook adapter has multiple power tips that automatically switch from 12V to 19V, depending on the netbook power requirement, and provides the proper voltage safely.

The Duracell netbook power adapter is available now and ready to ship on the eBatts.com store. The netbook power adapter works for many major netbook manufacturers, including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP/Compaq, Lenovo and more.

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EBatts.com Releases High Quality Replacement Laptop Batteries at Low Prices

clock July 30, 2010 12:05 by author Ty

EBatts has released new laptop batteries for popular laptop manufacturers and all products are available now on their website http://www.eBatts.com. EBatts.com offers replacement laptop batteries at competitive prices and has thousands of laptop batteries and chargers in stock and ready to ship for almost any laptop computer model.

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“EBatts.com is a competitive online battery store where consumers can find replacement batteries for their laptop or other electronic device at great prices. Furthermore, all of our batteries and adapters are brand new and meet or exceed OEM standards,” says Jessie Revlin, Marketing Director of eBatts.com. “With excellent customer support, products that have a full one year warranty, and our 100% OEM compatibility guarantee, a consumer can’t go wrong with a replacement battery from eBatts.com.”

EBatts.com has released new replacement laptop, notebook and netbook batteries at low prices for brands such as Apple, Acer, Asus, Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Gateway, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and other popular laptop and netbook brands. Popular HP laptop battery models just released are for the Business Notebook, EliteBook, Pavilion and HP Mini netbook product families. New replacement Toshiba laptop battery models offered now are for the DynaBook Qosimo, Satellite, Tecra and Toshiba Mini netbooks. Compaq laptop batteries are available for the Presario, Business Notebook and Compaq mini netbook families. New Dell laptop battery models are ready to be shipped for the XPS, Inspiron, Vostro, Latitude, Studio and Inspiron Mini netbooks families. EBatts.com updates product inventory and information daily to ensure customers have access to the most accurate information online before making a purchase.

EBatts.com aftermarket laptop batteries often have a higher power capacity compared to OEM laptop batteries and last longer because of improved circuitry and internal design. All EBatts.com laptop batteries meet or exceed OEM manufacturer power specifications. A full 1 year warranty comes with the notebook batteries and each battery is 100% OEM compatible. EBatts.com’s laptop batteries also meet various UL, FCC, RoHS and CE certification standards to ensure proper laptop battery safety and quality.

Product support is available to all eBatts.com customers who have questions on portable battery power products. Customers in need of finding the right replacement laptop battery, digital camera battery, cell phone battery, camcorder battery or any other electronic device is also available. Technical and product support makes it easy for customers to get immediate answers to questions about product features, compatibility, shipping times, delivery methods and more for online orders. All questions can be answered by the highly trained technical support staff, available Monday through Friday from 7:30AM to 4:30PM Pacific time.

About eBatts.com

EBatts.com was founded in 1998, the company is privately owned and operated and has a management team with over 50 years of experience supporting high quality power products for the consumer electronics industry. EBatts.com headquarters are located in Camarillo, CA where they distribute Duracell® and Hi-Capacity® power products out of their 46,000 square foot warehouse.

For more information about eBatts.com, please visit http://www.ebatts.com and the battery news blog at http://www.ebatts.com/blog/.

Call2Recycle Recycle 1 Million Pounds of Batteries

clock July 27, 2010 20:02 by author Ty

On July 21st, Call2Recycle launched a campaign to recycle 1 million pounds of batteries by October 1st, 2010.

Call2Recycle has over 30,000 public drop-off locations for recycling used batteries and cell phones. According to the U.S. EPA, there are approximately 350 million rechargeable batteries purchased each year. Rechargeable batteries have a higher contamination level vs. disposable batteries and need to be recycled to prevent contamination threats. Since 1996, Call2Recycle has recycled over 55 million pounds of rechargeable batteries since the recycling program has launched in 1996.

Carl Smith, president and CEO of Call2Recycle says, "Millions of batteries are not recycled, primarily because people don’t know that they can be recycled or where to take them for recycling. Our goal with the MyCall2Recycle campaign is to collect 1 million pounds of batteries between now and October 1, by making everyone in the U.S. and Canada aware of the free battery recycling locations in their area; and educating businesses on the advantages of becoming a free battery collection spot.”

Let your family and friends know to recycle their used batteries so Call2Recycle can reach the 1 million pounds of recycling batteries goal. Find a cell phone and battery recycling center near you!

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Radio Waves to Power Small Devices and Replace Batteries

clock July 21, 2010 23:28 by author Ty

SmartHat Wireless Beeper Microprcessor Powered by Radio Waves

When Nikola Tesla built the Wardenclyffe Tower in 1901, he was on to something that was way too advanced for the early 1900’s with the development of a wireless communications tower, broadcasting, and also demonstrating the transmission of power without interconnecting wires.  Wireless communications is revisited today with our vast cellular phone and wireless technology. Wireless charging looks like the next step in to the future to power small gadgets and devices.

Dr. Matt Reynolds, who is an assistant professor in the electrical and computer engineering department at Duke University, has developed safety gadgets for construction workers. The wirelessly powered safety gadget is a called a SmartHat and is worn by construction workers to alert them of dangerous construction equipment that is nearby them. The SmartHat has a built in beeper and microprocessor with no batteries and is powered by radio waves that are naturally occurring in the air. Big bulldozers and backhoes have wireless network transmitter installed on them and when they get close to a construction worker wearing a SmartHat, the beeper will sound off.

Harnessing radio waves to power small devices may not be anything new, but it is promising to think up of wirelessly powered cell phones, laptops, digital camera and other small devices. The other question is how big of a device can run off of only radio waves? Only time and innovation will tell with our drive to alternative energy power sources.

Dr. Reynolds of Duke University stated: “We are on the cusp of an explosion in small wireless devices than can run on alternatives to battery power. Devices like this can live on and on."

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Human Body Energy Powers Small Electronic Devices

clock July 20, 2010 00:51 by author Ty

Electronic devices powered by our human bodies are within reach for some scientists. Several gadgets are being researched and developed with examples such as sensor studded clothing to give off vital signs and movement signals, a disposable electrocardiogram machine the size of a Band-Aid that monitors a patient's heart, a cell phone implanted in a tooth, contact lenses with heads up displays, and other miniature electronic devices that can plug people into computer and communication networks. Using regular batteries to power these devices is out of the questions, so new ideas are being researched and developed to scavenge energy from the human body.

Contact lenses that act as computer screen

Contact lenses that act as computer screen.

Source: Power from the Human Body

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