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Mark Peters : January 16th 2004 - 18:01 CET

DigiPower debuts Ultra Fast Rapid Charger


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DigipowerDigiPower, the pioneer in digital camera accessories, today announced the debut of the Ultra Fast Rapid Charger, a groundbreaking way to reduce operating costs for owners of digital cameras and camcorders. Combining speed, versatility, convenience, and low price, the Ultra Fast Rapid Charger allows camera users to use cost-effective, Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries without the hours-long wait typically required for recharging. The Ultra Fast Rapid Charger’s universal folding plug design also adapts to outlets in most countries worldwide, enabling international travelers to forego cumbersome and antiquated wall plug adapter kits. Most standard disposable batteries for digital cameras fail after just a few dozen shots.
DigiPower debuts Ultra Fast Rapid Charger"Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries not only last up to 12 times longer, but also can be used over and over again without gaining a memory,” said Maurice Mizrahi, President of DigiPower. “Our new Ultra Fast Rapid Charger lets owners of digital cameras and camcorders recharge their batteries in as little as one hour, making them highly convenient even in heavy use.” Available in four models, the Ultra Fast Rapid Charger line can accommodate 14 different kinds of rechargeable battery packs, including styles from most camera manufacturers as well as DigiPower’s own offerings. Over 80% of all digital cameras on the market today are supported, including models from Canon, Casio Fuji, Kodak, Minolta, Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax, Ricoh, Sony, and Toshiba. Camcorders supported include models from Sony and Canon.

DigiPower’s Ultra Fast Rapid Charger is highly portable, with no wires to break or tangle after repeated use. The unit, which plugs directly into the wall, features an ingenious fold-away plug that fits outlets in most countries around the world. Simply flip up the fold-away plug, and the recharger will fit into outlets requiring rounded prongs. The standard prongs also rotate to fit angled outlets; folding all plugs down enables the unit to be easily packed into a suitcases or day bag. The Ultra Fast Rapid Charger automatically handles a range of electrical current from 90 to 240 Volts. The Ultra Fast Rapid Charger begins shipping in mid-June, 2003 and carries an MSRP of $39.99—35-50% less than most rechargers from camera OEMs. DigiPower camera accessories are currently offered by most specialty camera shops as well as major consumer electronics retailers including Best Buy, Circuit City, Comp USA, Staples, and many online retailers.




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