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PowerMonkey Explorer

DSC00671I presume that some of you will still remember the excitement of opening your Christmas presents and discovering something quite unexpected but greatly prised (not socks from your Great Aunt!) ….well this is one for you – go out and buy a PowerMonkey Explorer straight away…no if’s or but’s – go get one.

It will charge your mobile devices when you are far from an electric power socket, even if you are rich enough to have a generator – your don’t have to switch it on – and it is a “green” product incorporating solar energy to charge itself….

DSC00672The included mains adaptor can fully charge the PowerMonkey and you will get up to 96 hours standby on your mobile phone, 40 hours on your iPod, 6 hours on your Sony PSP, 2 full charges on your PDA plus it’s original charge and up to 1600 pictures on your digital camera! The PowerMonkey will even hold its charge without leakage for up to a year!

I have used it on the boat, I have used it at home, I have used it on the train commuting into London (just to show off really…) its great.

DSC00663This is my mobile phone being charged by the PowerMonkey…..and also a picture of all the different connectors that you can get for various mobile devices …..from iPods to phones to PDA’s…(click on the thumbnails for a larger image)

 

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PowerMonkey comes with:
1 x PowerMonkey Unit
1 x Universal Mains adaptor
Adaptor for Nokia and Mini Nokia, Motorola V66, Samsung E900, Siemens C25 and Sony Ericsson wide connector
1 x Mini USB for Motorola Razr V series, Blackberry and Bluetooth headsets
1 x Direct iPod adaptor
1 x USB for smart phones, PDA and other devices
1 x Connector for Sony PSP and most digital cameras
1 x Black travel pouch

As you can tell I am very enthusiastic … the company even sponsor the the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation organisation. What more could you ask from a piece of electronics.;-)

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