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Medis 24-7 Fuel Cell Power Pack by Medis Technologies Ltd.

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The 24-7 Power Pack provides sufficient energy to provide up to 30 hours of talk time to an average mobile phone or 60-80 hours of play time for an average iPod. The power is sufficient (1 watt)) to operate, and charge, multiple times, a wide range of the standard and advanced portable electronic devices in the market today.

Devices that could benefit from the Medis 24/7 Power Pack incude:

  • Most mobile phones, including those with advance features, such as internet, video conferencing or TV on demand
  • Dual-mode phones � Power hungry dual mode phones can make calls with either standard cellular technology or connect via WiFi or VoIP
  • Smart phones and Blackberries
  • iPods and MP3 players
  • Hand-held video games
  • Most other similar sized devices.

    Medis� power management system provides the capability of servicing a number of different devices.The supplied cable has a standard connector and different connector tips are available for most devices currently in use today.

    See TreoCentral's extensive review for more infomation...

    User Opinions
    Thumbs Up  63% Thumbs Down 38%

    Would you recommend Medis 24-7 Fuel Cell Power Pack ?

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    Thumbs Up

    It works great!
    I loved it. it totally worked and I have no worries if my cell phone dies when I'm camping and an emergency happens.
    by Anonymous

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    This isn't a fuel cell
    This thing is just a battery! It is a slow-reacting, high-capacity battery. All fuel cells produce pure water as a by-product of the reaction. Does this? The manufacturer's claim that regular batteries are only storage devices is incorrect. The energy is stored in the unused chemicals inside the battery, and released during the reaction, exactly like this device. All batteries have a shelf life because the battery comes "activated" from the factory. This device has a shelf life even before being activated. And a much shorter one after. One watt is not a lot of continuous power, but 60-80 watt-hours IS a lot of capacity. There! An upside! I can count on one hand the number of times I have had a cell phone battery die in the last 5 years. I don't even buy spare batteries anymore. If you experience dead batteries more than once every three months, then this might be for you. Otherwise, alkalines last for years and are readily available.
    by Anonymous

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    reviews are those of speculators/investors
    What you read here is just a carryover from the Medis stock discussion boards, where shorts and longs have been trading lies and hype passionately. My advice to you is, if the features promised for the price offered meets your needs, buy it. If not, don't. Price has come down: starter kit is now $24 on mytreo.net; replacement fuel cell is $20. Expect a little more reduction over the next year as the automated production line ramps up to 1.5 million per month, from the basically hand-made ones that have been sold to date.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    Huge value proposition here
    for anyone like me who uses their Treo heavily on the go. No more worrying about running down the battery! No more limiting use to be sure I can get through the day! Where can I buy this Medis product???
    by Anonymous

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    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    $30 will buy a heck of a lot of Alkaline
    batteries, if I want to keep a "stand-by" power source on hand.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Down

    Why Waste $30?
    I don't see the value proposition here. How many times are you going to carry around additional weight for the possibility that you won't be near an AC outlet? I would rather haul an extra battery around that was fully charged and could be used over and over again.
    by Anonymous

    Thumbs Up

    HYDROGEN H2 fuel cells ROCK
    HYDROGEN H2 fuel cells ROCK They don�t stink and they don�t pollute, caustic crap : )
    by Anonymous


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