Battery Technolgy Powers iPod, Notebooks

By Staff On May 23 2005 - 6:00am




Battery Technology has re-introduced its iPod and MP3 accessories line under the Mpod3 brand. New products include a 10-hour iPod battery that uses AA batteries, for a suggested $49.95 retail.

The notebook computer battery maker continues to offer replacement batteries for the newest retail notebook computers.

Also new from Battery Technology is the iPod Tunestir, an FM transmitter and FM receiver with inline remote control for the iPod, iPod Mini and iPod Photo. Users can listen to FM stations on their iPods or transmit play lists to an FM stereo in the car, home or office with the same device.

The iPod Tunestir is the first accessory from Battery Technology to be branded under the company's Mpod3 product line, which will offer accessories for iPod and other MP3 players. No batteries are required for the Tunestir, since it is powered by the internal battery of the iPod. Suggested retail is $69.95, and availability had been scheduled for April.

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