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Solar Charger: Energizer SP1001

Energizer SP1001 Charges Wherever there is Sun!

SP1001 Charges Wherever there is Sun!

Do you go bush walking, camping, riding or just enjoy being away from an electrical socket? Even enjoying the great outdoors, we still need to keep our devices charged and ready to use. Now you can do that without the convenience of a power socket.

The SP1001 Portable Solar Charger is a great backup battery for you micro USB, smartphone, or mobile device. The lightweight, but durable compact size is designed for outdoor use and includes a convenient carabiner clip for easy positioning or carrying around.

  • Efficient Charge smart solar panel technology maximizes the sun’s energy
  • Durable Designed for outdoor use, is weatherproof, dust-proof and heat resistant
  • Easy to Carry Lightweight and low profile – position or hang it with the caribineer clip included.
  • Rechargeable Can be used again and again

The 1000mAh Lithium Polymer internal battery is a great backup battery for your micro USB powered smartphone, iPhone or similar device. Lighweight and durable the SP1001 features charge smart solar panel technology maximising the sun’s energy.

Get yours now!

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Compare the Energizer XP1000 and XP2000

In this episode of Steve’s Favourite Things he reviews the Energizer Energi to Go XP1000 and XP2000.

The XP1000 Portable Charger is the best Emergency Charger for most mobile phones and more. The ultra slim size makes it convenient to carry, yet it packs long lasting, reliable power. Will work with all iPhone models, including the new iPhone 4. It also includes 4 Mobile Phone Tips: Apple (iPhone/Nano) , Mini (Blackberry + More), Micro USB (Blackberry + More), Nokia 2.5 (MB02, CB31, CB04, CB06).

The XP2000 Portable Charger will recharge and power most smart phones (Blackberry, HTC, iPhone plus more)  with a full charge and more – and mobile phones up to 3 full charges! Great for music or game players too!

Steve will answer all your questions about the differences and discover which is best for you! www.mrmobile.net.au

The Sensational Energizer XP4001A

Energizer Energi to Go XP4001

Energizer Energi to Go XP4001A

Join Steve from Mr Mobile as he reviews the latest technology to hit Australian shores. The Energizer Energi to Go XP4001A is a must for all your portable charging needs. It has two usb ports to charge two devices at the same time, as well as a separate port for the iPad or tablet, which requires more grunt!

This groundbreaking device comes with 6 Mobile Phone Tips: Apple (iPhone/Nano), Samsung, LG, Mini and Micro USB (Blackberry + More), Nokia 2.5 (MB02, CB31, CB04, CB06, CB18, CB19) and a travel bag.

Register your purchase and INSTANTLY qualify for two FREE tips a year for the life of your product – whether you can’t find the right tip in the package or you’re upgrading your laptop or cell phone. See the website for details.

Now check out the review!

No more dead battery! Energizer Energi To Go Portable Battery Range

Power on the Go

Power on the Go

Ever been out and your mobile battery has died at a critical moment? Laptop has shut down and battery is empty? iPad has given up the ghost just as your finishing that word on Words With Friends? Nothing is more frustrating that having great technology with limited battery life.

The amazing Energizer Energi To Go range has a lightweight, cost effective way to make sure it never happens again! Across the range there is a solution for your every need: Your mobile phone, smartphone, iPad or other tablet, laptop, camera, gaming device and more, can be charged with one of these highly portable units.Caravan and Motorhome Magazine were so impressed, they created this video about it.

Just gotta have one? Check out the full range on the Mr Mobile Webiste.

They all come with a full 3 year warranty, 500 + charges and free replacement connection tips. You just can’t get better than that, Contact us today!

6 Christmas Tech Gifts under $50

Christmas is only one month away….have you started your Christmas shopping?

We have 6 great technology gifts for the person who has it all. And they are all under $50! Some of the items are already discounted and there is a very special offer to say thanks for all your support throughout the year!

Use the coupon code BLOG at checkout to receive 15% off store wide before Christmas. Order your Christmas presents now and take the stress out of Christmas! www.mrmobile.net.au


Order now! www.mrmobile.net.au

An iPhone 4S Battery Drain Solution

Energizer AP1201 for iPhone 4 and 4S

Energizer AP1201 for iPhone 4 and 4S

We thought we’d share this email from a customer who found a solution to massive battery drain on the iPhone:

Hi Steve,

I rang the other day and spoke to you in regards the poor performance, or so i thought of my Energizer AP1201.

I investigated online the issue of the battery in the 4s and ended up ringing Applecare and discussing it with them. I was quickly put onto a senior technical adviser. Following Ed’s advice I backed up the phone via iTunes and then fully restored the phone. His advice was not too load any apps, songs etc onto it for a while and see how the battery goes.

I did this, and have progressively added all my apps and tunes back on.

I have turned off all the location services to all but 2 apps, and only use iCloud to sync my calendar, relying on iTunes over WiFi to sync/backup  the rest when I get home. Siri on as well.

Since the restore it is still running on the initial 100% charge, 48hrs later with 30% charge left. Usage (awake time) of over 6 hrs. According to the System Activity App it has 8hrs left too empty. A lot more respectable than the <12hrs I was initially getting.

I think one of the main culprits in my case was the Diagnostics and Usage Data that was being sent  to Apple every 30 secs, which is now set to Don’t Send. Since the restore it has only generated 7 low memory / crash reports, nothing like the 100’s it spat out in the first week.

So it appears mine’s all fixed. With the Energizer skin I will have up near 5 days power if needed.

Hope you find some of this info useful.

Dave

Thanks Dave!

Will You Kill Siri? Battery drain pain for iPhone 4S and iOS 5 users

Battery drain pain for iPhone 4S and iOS 5 users

Battery drain pain for iPhone 4S and iOS 5 users

Are you one of the lucky ones to have got your hands on the new iPhone 4S. Or are you secretly pleased that you didn’t take the leap as stories of terrible battery life flood the internet?

There is nothing more annoying than losing battery fast and it seems that the iPhone 4S is guilty. It isn’t just the chosen few who own an iPhone 4S that are plagued with trouble. Those of us who have upgraded to iOS 5 are finding that battery life on the iPhone and iPad is seriously affected. And it’s slow!

We’ve done the research and collated the best tips from the best sources, to help your battery life last longer. We’d love to hear your tips too!

One site has suggested killing off Siri. She’s the best thing about the iPhone 4S – so try these other tips first and let us know if Siri makes it out alive!

Back to Basics
There are things that always drain battery life regardless of the operating system or the device.  These include data services, screen brightness and mail.

Solution
–       Screen brightness – turn this down for longer battery life
–       Keep these off unless you actually use them: bluetooth, WiFi, 3G (for data)
–       Turn the push functionality off on your email. Or have it push less often.  Go to Settings – Mail, Contacts, Calendar – Fetch New Data

iCloud Backup
You now have the option of backing up to iCloud rather than through iTunes on your computer. This will be a great relief for many – but is causing headaches for some.

Solution
Turning off non essential features in iCloud will definitely save your battery life. Go to Settings – iCloud – Storage & Backup. After turning off the backup – it more than doubled my battery life!

Buggy Bugs
There seem to be some bugs in iOS 5 which are affecting battery life. Particularly with the Calendar Alerts.

Solution
Turn off notifications in the settings for your calendar. Go to Settings – Notifications – Calendar and switch it off. It appears that the notifications feature is constantly sorting your appointments and this is sucking huge amounts of battery life.

It’s All about Location
Geo location apps need to know your current location in order to work. The new iPhone 4S has a major push on these apps and the new iOS 5 pings more regularly to find your current location. This is going to suck your battery dry faster than a starving vampire!

Solution
Go to Settings – Location Services and select the ones that you wish to be kept regularly updated. Some are a no brainer like Maps, but all those games and other apps that really don’t need to know where you are……Turn them off!

Sneaky System Services
There is a new feature in the iOS 5 update called System Services. This has features such as sending your data to Apple for their stats and information for location based ads and other services. These settings are hiding under Settings – Location Services – System Services (right down the bottom!)

Solution
Turn these ones off:
–       Diagnostics and Usage (sends stats to Apple)
–       Location Base iAds (on free apps that have advertising – this makes sure it is local advertising – do you ever read it anyway?
–       Setting Time Zone (leave this on if you travel regularly – otherwise remember to adjust your time zone if you travel into a new one)
–       Traffic (I use the traffic apps so I like the programs that use this to see where there is congestion – however turning this off will help your battery life!)

Another Solution

There are other things you can do and our bestadvice: Never get caught without a battery backup. We have a full range of iPhone battery skins that double your battery life as well as portable battery packs for your iPad and Smart phones.

Check out our range today and it will be in the post tomorrow!

Tablet Explosion: Are you charged up?

XPAL Lucy for iPad2

Super charge your Tablet!

Have you noticed the explosion in the Tablet market? If you think I’m talking pharmaceuticals, then you’ll be disappointed. Every month there seems to be the launch of a new tablet. Everyone is getting in on the action and with some of the low price points; the Apple iPad is facing tough competition.

There’s the popular, Blackberry Playbook, Samsung Galaxy Tabs and the iPad to the latest and cheapest to hit the market, the Amazon Kindle Fire at just $200. Even Sony, Fujitsu, Lenovo, Acer, Toshiba, Asus, Motorola and HP have launched their own versions (just to name the brands – there are more!). HP quickly halted production, but only after selling massive volumes at a reduced price. It will be interesting to see if this has the iMate effect (when Vegemite launched a product that failed – and everyone bought them to hold onto and sell later).

Either way…..do you have a tablet? What do you use it for?

We have the perfect accessory to accompany your tablet, so it never runs out of battery in the middle of watching a movie, in a client meeting or on that last level of Angry Birds!

The Energizer® Energi to Go® portable power packs pack a punch when it comes to charging your tablet battery. Many of the above mentioned tablets have quite poor battery life, so this handy solution will help you when you need it most.

Below we compare the two most popular battery packs the XP 4000 and XP 8000 to help you decide the best solution.  The XP 4001 and XP 18000 are also great options.   We’ve also put together a table to highlight the available connectors for your tablet.  The folks at XPAL power are always updating this list as more tablets come onto the market.

Compare Energizer Energi to Go XP 4000 and XP 8000

Compare Energizer Energi to Go XP 4000 and XP 8000

Click here to see more pictures of the whole Energizer® Energi to Go® range and snap yours up today….will be in the mail tomorrow!

Tip Connectors – Which one is right for me?

We’ve heard the cries….we’ve done the work for you. Here is a list of all the connector tips for tablets and which portable Energizer® Energi to Go® power pack is the right fit.  Should make buying the right one that much easier!

Brand  Model  Connector Required  Energizer® Energi to Go® Power Pack 
ACER Iconia Tab A100 AB23 XP 8000 or XP 18000
Iconia Tab A500 AB23 XP 8000 or XP 18000
Apple ipad PC 07 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
ipad 2 PC 07 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
ASUS EePC 121 slate AB23 XP 8000 or XP 18000
AMAZON Kindle DB03 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Kindle 2 CB31 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Kindle 3 CB31 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
ARCHOS Archos 5 NB02 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
CREATIVE ZIIO 7 DB03 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
DELL Streak 5 PC09 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Streak 7 PC09 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
HUAWEI S7 DB04 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Fujitsu Lifebook Wi12 cable XP 8000 or XP 18000
MOTOROLA XOOM NB11 XP 8000 or XP 18000
MSI Windpad 110W AB02 + Wi12 cable XP 8000 or XP 18000
SAMSUNG Galaxy tab PC09 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Galaxy tab P1000 PC09 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
Galaxy Tab PT1000 PC09 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
SHARP Aoish AB23 + Wi12 cable XP 8000 or XP 18000
SONY ALL Models GB01 XP 4000, XP 4001,  XP 8000 and XP 18000
TOSHIBA AT100 AB02 XP 8000 or XP 18000
At300/24C AB02 XP 8000 or XP 18000

Charge ahead and don’t miss the ending!

Charge ahead and don’t miss the ending!

Charge ahead and don’t miss the ending!

Have you noticed how the last 10% of your iPad battery runs down really quickly? I was caught out last night at a really gripping point in my book, and with no charger on hand, despite willing the battery to hold out until I finished – it was lights out! If only I’d had one of these super chargers, I would know what happened at the end!

The Energizer® Energi to Go® XP4001 is one of the best portable battery chargers for your iPad and includes the USB tip PC007. The PC007 connects to the charging cable that comes with your iPad and allows you to continue using your iPad while it charges!

I don’t know about you, but I give my iPad a good work out daily. I read emails, play games, check my shares, do my banking and search the net. The battery lasts through most of that, but towards the end of the day, I’m lucky to make it through.

It has two USB ports, which means you can charge more than one device at a time, using one of the 6 tips that come with it. It isn’t just a boost for your iPad! It also charges Apple (iPhone/Nano), Samsung, LG, Mini and Micro USB (Blackberry + More), Nokia 2.5 (MB02, CB31, CB04, CB06, CB18, CB19).

So when I travel, my iPhone and iPad have back up, just in case I get caught short.

The XP4001 is great to boost battery life whilst viewing photos or watching a movie on your iPad. The battery pack recharges using an AC adaptor and charges itself up in less than 4 hours.

This offer is jam packed with iGoodness! You get:

Energizer Energi To Go XP4001

Energizer Energi To Go XP4001

–       free connection tips for the life of the battery pack

–       a free iPad stand thrown in

–       the battery pack kit with battery pack, connection cables, AC adaptor and 6 connection tips.

Order your Energizer® Energi to Go® XP4001 today so you never miss the end of a book!