Now Available from Internet on the Go and StarShine Products - A New Kind of Charger for Mobile Devices
New York, NY, January 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A new kind of cell phone charger is now available through Internet on the Go. People are able to use it both in the vehicle and the house or conference. There are 11 five-star ratings on the Amazon.com site from some of the happy customers.
Here are the words of one of them, "This product was exactly what I've been looking for - a dual purpose charger for both my IPhone and IPad when I travel. I bought a very expensive in-car-only charger for nearly 4x this price, and then it stopped working in the car and left me and my devices stranded on a road trip up Big Sur recently. This product looks and works great and is easy to use and small enough to store in my glove compartment. It's always handy and ready to go!" --J.Crouch
Why would you want a charger for both the car and office? It's something that can always be carried to have it ready when needed.
Now there are a variety of chargers available - ones that carry a charge (wireless) and are as small as a lipstick case, ones that need to be plugged into some other power such as the charger by Internet on the Go and also chargers that are quite large and power entire networks. Usually the larger the charger the quicker the charge returns to the accessory being charged.
However, there is a new charger yet to come on the market invented by an 18-year-old Indian-American science student who invented a cell phone charger that charges in less than half a minute. In order to do this she modified a supercapacitor "with increased energy density while maintaining power density and long cycle life," according to the inventor, Eesha Khare from Saratoga, California. She's headed to Harvard this fall where she will continue her research.
In the meantime before Eesha's invention is available to the public for charging more than just cell phones, please enjoy using the mobile device charger in your car and at home by Internet on the Go. You can see when the device is charged by the small light on the front that turns off when charging is finished in no more than one hour for a full charge.