Brooklyn, NY, May 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- CTA Digital (www.ctadigital.com) has introduced a new accessory for the Nintendo® DSi™ and DSi™ XL, the Induction Charging Pad with rechargeable battery. Using the latest in induction technology, the Charging Pad allows mobile gamers to simply rest their portable gaming units on top of the pad, eliminating the hassle of connecting the DSi to a tangled web of cables for charging or swapping out their batteries regularly.
After a busy gaming session, DSi gamers no longer have to scrounge for cables to recharge their DSi batteries. By simply swapping out the DSi’s battery with the included lithium ion battery, which features induction charging technology, gamers can lay their devices on the charge pad to fully recharge the units. Powered by either a USB cable or the included DC 5volt adapter, the versatile touch charge pad takes only four hours to fully charge the induction technology battery to allow users to return to gaming as quickly as possible. The induction technology means that gamers can simply place their DSi units on the charger, rather than having to match miniscule metal touch points or connect troublesome cables.
The DSi or DSi XL can be configured in a few easy steps to use the charging pad. Using the included screwdriver, mobile gamers can easily unscrew the previous battery from their DSi units, replace with CTA Digital’s included lithium ion battery, connect the charging pad to a power supply, turn on the charging pad, and place the DSi or DSi XL on top of the charging pad.
The device’s four LED lights display the power level and charge of the battery. When the charge is completed, the LED lights remain brightly lit. The charging pad uses a charging current of about 500mA.
DSi gamers will enjoy the ease of use and simplicity of the Induction Charging Pad, especially after a vigorous gaming session, and appreciate the rapid charging time. It is available at Amazon (http://tinyurl.com/33y7h7a) and many other retail outlets, including retailers such as Target, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy. The video demonstration for this product can be seen here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XTWjqDTw1k).