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MacBook Air recharged using old school C batteries

Sunday, June 12, 2011

If you happen to be a proud owner of the MacBook Air (it doesn't matter which generation it is), then you would know that it already boasts quite a long amount of battery life, but like all things in life, everything must come to an end – eventually. The same applies to battery life in gizmos, which is the curse and bane of all devices even until today. Well, for those who feel that their MacBook Air is about to embark on a long, long trip without any power outlets in sight, might just want to check out what Bird Electron from Japan offers? We are looking at the external charger known as the EP-15V, where it will be able to power your slim notebook using eight LR14 or Type C batteries, the same fat ones that ought to give you another 2 hours of MacBook Air action on-the-go.

Best to use rechargeable batteries with this puppy, otherwise you would be contributing to the landfill problem. Even when your C batteries are exhausted, you can always recharge them when you arrive back home, which means you need not fret about harming the environment further by tossing used batteries away. You will need to use Apple's MagSafe Airline Adapter to connect it to your MacBook Air though, so you have been warned.
source: Ubergizmo

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