i3G Power Station Launches

An essential iPhone 3G accessory from Thumbs Up – the i3G Power Station

The i3G Power Station is a handy pocket-sized iPhone or iPod backup battery pack.
It’s rechargeable via the same USB cable that you use to charge your iPhone or iPod and gives loads of extra backup power for when normal charging facilities are not available. Not just a spare battery, it actu recharges your iPhone or iPod.

It’s the perfect solution for heavy iPhone users that are out and about and can’t stop to recharge, but need to have battery intensive features like push-email switched on at all times.
The i3G Power Station incorporates a rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery that can give up to 250 hours extra standby time, up to 5 hours talk time or up to 20 hours extra music playback time.

Small enough to carry around with you in your pocket or bag, you won’t have to worry about whether you’re going to run out of power, as your iPhone/Pod just plugs straight into it, as if it were a docking station, and as its wireless and compact, it won’t get in the way when making a call so you can even on using your iPhone as normal.
And when you do find somewhere to plug in, the i3G Power Station can even be plugged in with the iPhone/iPod attached so that both the Power Station and the iPod or iPhone can replenish their battery reserves.
Small and functional, it’s definitely and iPhone and iPod accessory that’s not just a gimmick or novelty but something that will prove itself invaluable over and over again!

Click here for more information.

This product will shortly be available from www.play.com

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