Medis 24/7 Power Pack Fuel Cell Available October 15

Posted: Oct 5 2007, 11:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:13am CDT , in Other Stuff


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Medis 24/7 Power Pack Fuel Cell Available October 15

Fuel Cell Store announced today that it has signed an agreement with NCS Power, a Medis authorized distributor, to be an online retailer for the Medis 24/7 Power Pack Fuel Cell.

The Medis 24/7 Power Pack is a small fuel cell designed to operate portable devices like cell phones and MP3 players. Medis says the fuel cell can power a device like an iPod for up to 80 hours of playtime and power a cell phone for up to 30 hours of talk time.

Fuel Cell Store lists the 24/7 Power Pack as being available October 15, 2007 for $29.99. the device includes several different tips to allow for operation with a variety of devices. "As Fuel Cell Store is one of the dominant worldwide distributors for the fuel cell industry, having the Medis 24/7 Power Pack featured on their site provides a great opportunity to expand awareness of the Medis 24/7 Fuel Cell Power Pack in international markets," said Brian Warf, President, NCS Power. "The Medis 24/7 Power Pack is the first fuel cell product to be commercially available to consumers and its availability on Fuel Cell Store is a significant step towards mass commercialization of consumer fuel cell products."

Via Fuel Cell Store

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