By Shane McGlaun
Yeah the battery life on my first gen iPhone sucks. Every time we stop somewhere, my kids want to play games on my phone and if I get bored while my wife drones on about whatever it is that wives talk about streaming YouTube videos kills the battery too.
There are already some iPhone batteries on the market and FSP Group is bringing another one to the U.S. in July via Newegg. The battery pack will carry an MSRP of $29.99 and offers 1500mAh of power. The device includes a universal USB adapter for any device charging from USB and includes a specific adapter for the iPhone and iPod.
The battery can be recharged up to 500 times and has an output voltage of 5W. The battery pack measures 3.39″ W x 0.35″ H x 2.24″L and weighs 0.05 pounds. That makes the device about the size of a credit card. The outside of the battery is rubber coated for better grip and it ships with a carry case.
[ FSP Group ]