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(Yahoo)   Meet the "Nectar" a $300 device powered by a $10 non-rechargeable powercell that will free you from the tyranny of actually having to plug your phone or tablet in for a whole two weeks   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 4
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2013-01-07 08:15:19 PM
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Butane fuel cell power is cool (especially for the size/power ratio) but I'd much rather have one of those nifty camp-stove charger deals for emergency/outage power.
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2013-01-07 04:59:06 PM
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SecretAgentWoman: It's a $300 device that takes $10 a piece non-rechargeable (and probably hard to recycle) batteries.

The "two weeks" worth of charges is bunk because they base that on one charging hour per day.


There's a 10000 mAh rechargable battery backup with multiple sizes of USB plug for $40 on Amazon.  This product is stupid.
2013-01-07 04:50:10 PM
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It's a $300 device that takes $10 a piece non-rechargeable (and probably hard to recycle) batteries.

The "two weeks" worth of charges is bunk because they base that on one charging hour per day.
2013-01-07 04:00:12 PM
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How does Brookstone stay in business with crap like this?
 
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