Nectar Charger Will Keep Your Smartphone Going for over Two Weeks Away from an Outlet
Retailer Brookstone and Lilliputian Systems have announced that they will be launching a new charging system this summer called the Nectar. The system appears to be some sort of fuel cell charging device that can power anything that charges via USB port. The manufacturer promises that a single Nectar Pod will be able to keep your device is charged for up to two weeks.
The charger and the replacement pods are certified allowing them to be carried on commercial flights. The Nectar Pod is hot-swappable allowing for continuous power by simply replacing an empty pod with a fresh one.
The charging system is being shown off at CES 2013. Retail availability will come this summer with the Nectar Mobile Power System selling for $299.99. Replacement Nectar Pod cartridges that fuel the charging system will cost $9.99 each. You'll have to bring your own USB charging cables for your gadgets to use with this charger.
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