Bridgepoint Debuts iFresh Battery Pack
By TWICE Staff On Dec 6 2010 - 6:01am
TORRANCE, CALIF. —
Bridgepoint Technologies recently
announced what it’s hailing as an alternative to
airport charging stations: the iFresh rechargeable cellphone
Said to be certified by Apple, the iFresh features a retractable
Apple 30-pin connector and a lithium-polymer
battery. According to Bridgepoint, it can charge iPods,
iPhones and iPads in less than 2.5 hours and can be
recharged more than 500 times.
It is also compatible with non-Apple devices, including
BlackBerry, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung,
Phillips and LG smartphones. Ten connector tips are
“The device’s intelligent power meter control more
than doubles the battery time other battery packs typically
deliver. A smart chip protects the battery from
overcharging, over-discharging, overloading and shortcircuiting,”
the company said.
It reportedly provides up to eight hours of talktime,
45 hours of music and 10 hours of video.
The iFresh is currently available on a variety of websites,
including on Amazon for $79.99.