2010 Father’s Day Gift Guide #1
A battery pack for gadgets, it’s about the size of a deck of cards and weighs as much as your smartphone. It comes with over a dozen connectors so you can charge pretty much anything, ranging from a portable DVD player to a netbook to a phone...
Use The Energizer Portable Charger To Recharge Your Gadgets
Murphy's Law applied to mobile devices dictates that when you need the device the most, the battery will run out. A charging strategy for your mobile devices is a good defense against Murphy's Law. Your charging strategy might include buying a second battery and making sure it is always charged, or it might involve buying a second charger, or always carrying a USB cable to recharge the device. Another tool for recharging mobile devices is a portable charger, like the Engergizer "Energi To Go" Portable charger. I recently picked up the XP2000 model at my local Best Buy for $39.99, as shown in the following picture.
Everywhere the sun shines: charging gadgets with solar power
Berlin - Even those who really want to get away from it all and head off into the deepest wilderness often want to take an electronic gadget or two with them.
The drawback being that any digital camera, MP3 player or GPS device will eventually need power. Even careful rationing batteries will eventually leave those empty. If you're going somewhere without outlets, that means you need to figure out how to get power.