Let’s face it – who doesn’t love their iPod? This modern marvel is an important accessory for every day life, whether you are at the gym, on the train, at the beach, on the road, or enjoying a few tunes at your desk. And now, with the new Energizer instant Energi To Go for iPod charger (part of Apple’s “Made for iPod” accessory program) you can constantly and immediately keep the music alive whilst on-the-go.
Energizer Energi To Go for iPod charger comes with a licensed Apple iPod tip, so you know it’s the best product for your iPod. And, as a result of its changeable tip it is compatible with iPod (with or without video), iPod nano and iPod mini. Simply, adjust the charger to fit your iPod variant, dock your iPod on the charger and continue listening to your music. The power is instant and the sleek, mini black charger can sit anywhere whilst charging your iPod back up to full power.
The iPod is universally loved and regardless of age or lifestyle, has become an integral requirement in today’s busy climate – in fact 61% of adults without children believe it is very important to have your iPod charged at all times when on the move.
Price and availability
Providing up to 46 hours extra run time, Energizer Energi To Go for iPod includes two AA Energizer Lithium batteries, guaranteeing maximum play time.
The charger is priced at $49.95 and is sold in Dick Smith, Harvey Norman, Harvey Norman OFIS, Big W, Bing Lee, Officeworks, and Good Guys. The price of the batteries when sold separately: a two pack is $12.99, or the four pack is $19.99.
Energi To Go gives instant power to the iPod 5th Generation (Video), 30GB, 60GB, 80GB, iPod 4th Generation, 20GB, 30GB, 40GB, 60GB, iPod nano, 1st Generation: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 2nd Generation: 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, iPod mini, 1st Generation, 4GB, 6GB
Due to product development taking place in 2007, the product is not currently compatible with iPod Shuffle, Touch, iPhone or the latest version of the iPod Classic. Energizer is currently completing thorough testing in our Westlake (USA) battery research facility to confirm compatibility with iPod Touch, and the new iPhone.
Using alkaline batteries
The iPod charger will work with alkaline batteries. However, the iPod audio playback time will be less than 50% of that provided by the Energizer Lithium AA batteries (vs. Energizer MAX)