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Ilse Jurriƫn : November 17th 2005 - 08:55 CET

Titan I power source for electronic devices


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Big Wave PowerTitan I portable power source for electronic devices : Does your household own a portable music player, gaming device, digital camera, cell phone, PDA, and/or GPS device? Did you know that the lithium-ion batteries powering these devices degrade over time? How do you recharge all these devices when you are on-the-go or have run out of convenient places to plug in? Big Wave Power today introduced the Titan I portable power source that delivers power and can recharge virtually any DC-power portable electronic device. The Titan I features new power generation technology that prolongs battery life and increases operation performance, providing roughly 10-times the battery life over ordinary lithium-ion based rechargeable batteries.
Titan I power source for electronic devicesTitan I prolongs battery life
"The Titan I is ideal for families, mobile professionals, field or sales represen-tatives, or out door enthusiasts since they frequently carry more than one device and can be away from a wall socket for hours on end," said Steve James, CEO, Big Wave Power. "Our product can also serve as a universal charging center, eliminating the need for multiple charging adaptors around the house or in travel bags. And to preserve the environment, we designed this product to literally last longer than most people own their devices."

Big Wave Power - Lithium-ion batteries
The Titan I can last over 3500 recharge cycles, which translates into three to five years, depending on usage patterns, longer than any other portable power source on the market. Big Wave Power is using a new power controller mechanism for lithium-ion batteries from Apogee Power, Inc. that prolongs battery life and increases performance.

Titan I - Small device
The Titan I fits into a shirt pocket, weighs only 4.8 ounces and is thinner than a deck of cards, 4.10 x 2.41 x.67 inches. The device can be fully recharged in approximately 2.5 hours and ships with nine adapters, including a USB retractable cross connecter cable for portable game players, digital cameras and more, as well as a USB 6 Volt booster for Nokia cell phones and some portable music players.

Titan I power source - Price & Availability
The Titan I ships with a 2-year warranty, carries a retail list price (MSRP) of $149.99, and is now available for purchase online at the web site of Big Wave Power. More information on additional adapter purchases, accessory purchases, and product availability at retail stores and online, can be found on the Big Wave Power website.





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