Seidio Unveils New Charging Cradle and Battery Devices for Galaxy S III
Seidio has announced that it has a new line of accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphones. The accessories are to help keep the smartphone powered up and running what you're on the go. One of the accessories is a DesktopCharging Cradle. It uses a minimalist design with a soft touch coating making it look very attractive. It also has a green LED light indicates when the phone is being charged.
In addition to the S III, the charging cradle will also work with several other Android smartphones and retails for $29.95. If you're on the go a lot the most interesting accessory may be the new Innocell 3500 mAh Super Extended Life Battery. You can get the battery with or without NFCtech. It also comes with a new battery door to replace the factory battery door. The battery sells for $69.95 with no NFC and costs $74.95 with NFC technology.
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