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Old 01-13-2008, 07:33 PM   #121
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Let me see what I can find out for you. I've been out at CES all week.

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I bet CES was fun this time! Do tell what all you found to intrigue your company! New products to support no doubt?
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Old 01-19-2008, 10:12 AM   #122
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Let me see what I can find out for you. I've been out at CES all week.

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seidio, hey wanted to see if you able to find anything out for us poor souls for the extended batt for the 8800

EDIT: And for those who say I have a 8700, my 8700 was my backup while I had a new replacement 8800 shipped to me
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I bought two of the Seidio Extended life Batteries for my 8820 and 8830 about a month ago. From their website.
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Old 01-21-2008, 07:58 AM   #124
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I bought two of the Seidio Extended life Batteries for my 8820 and 8830 about a month ago. From their website.
Have you noticed much difference from the OEM 8820 battery?
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Old 01-22-2008, 03:59 PM   #125
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ive been using one for about 2 months now. it is about 15-20% longer lasting. I have not close to running the battery all the way dead since I ordered mine.
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But I think Carl's BB is GSM yes? CDMA is the one that eats batteries for lunch. GSM just sips politely!
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seidio, hey wanted to see if you able to find anything out for us poor souls for the extended batt for the 8800

EDIT: And for those who say I have a 8700, my 8700 was my backup while I had a new replacement 8800 shipped to me
Sorry...the larger extended battery project is on the backburner for now because we have so many new products in the works. It is still being considered, but we just don't know when we'll be able to get to it. In the meantime, the 1600mAh is doing very well and doesn't require a door.

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std is 1400 why would you make a 1600? have you tested with CDMA and does it even make a difference?

I assume that 1600 was as big as would still fit a std door?
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std is 1400 why would you make a 1600? have you tested with CDMA and does it even make a difference?

I assume that 1600 was as big as would still fit a std door?
We always pack our OEM sized batteries with as much power as we can, and 1600mAh was the max we could get in the 8800. Our tests show that you should see a 15-20% difference over your standard battery.

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We always pack our OEM sized batteries with as much power as we can, and 1600mAh was the max we could get in the 8800. Our tests show that you should see a 15-20% difference over your standard battery.

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This is great, but there were posts for a 2400 or 2600 super battery for the 8800. I know a busy schedule has got you busy, but can you at least give us some kind of estimate that we could try to hold you too on the battery or if it will never be done, then tell us that. I for one dont need 15-20% mor epower, but 50%+ as I am always on the go and need the juice!
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This is great, but there were posts for a 2400 or 2600 super battery for the 8800. I know a busy schedule has got you busy, but can you at least give us some kind of estimate that we could try to hold you too on the battery or if it will never be done, then tell us that. I for one dont need 15-20% mor epower, but 50%+ as I am always on the go and need the juice!
I apologize if my earlier post wasn't clear enough, but the project has been put on hold indefinitely. We're still considering it, but unfortunately I have no ETA on when or if it will be completed.

I'm sorry for any inconvinience.
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I apologize if my earlier post wasn't clear enough, but the project has been put on hold indefinitely. We're still considering it, but unfortunately I have no ETA on when or if it will be completed.

I'm sorry for any inconvinience.
Thanks and in the future seidio, you might not want to post that you are making something until you truly know you are.
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get two batteries maybe? have one charged and one in the phone?
Get a car charger unit? easy and cheap!
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get two batteries maybe? have one charged and one in the phone?
Get a car charger unit? easy and cheap!
That was my plan, and almost got them! Instead of doing the two though, it would have been nice to have a super battery and then the regular battery as a backup, just like I do for my 8700. If this battery was going come out for the 8800, I was going to switch back over to my 8800 from my 8700, but because I have a 2400mah for my 8700 and always busy/moving, I think i will keep with that and my 8700 for now until a bigger battery comes out for the 8800 - if it ever does from.
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