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Old 05-18-2007, 03:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to buy a spare battery, but I need to have a charger that would charge the battery without having to have the battery inside of the phone. Any such instrument? Thank you.
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I want to buy a spare battery, but I need to have a charger that would charge the battery without having to have the battery inside of the phone. Any such instrument? Thank you.
Seidio makes a charger that will work perfect. I have one.

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there's a technology out there that will render wall outlets and car power adapters obsolete, it's only a matter of getting it into manistream...

it's a pad that can charge a device when you place it near the pad. Wireless Power - now that's trick....

but the device needs to have a built-in reciever to accept the power signal from the pad. i would say give it a few years and you'll be using these pads everywhere....'one power wire to charge them all...'

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I think that the wireless pad is useless... you have to be physically touching the pad and have to fit an adapter to the device too >.>.. also all those electromagnetic waves floating over there... xD
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