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HyperMac Nano


$70.00 Released May, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:1800mAh - great capacity for it's size, and compared to competitors (for comparison the iPhone's battery is 1219mAh). Pocket sized. Built-in cable.

The Cons:Look somewhat cheap - not exactly a great match for your shiny iPod. Brand and product name are reminiscent of cheap Chinese knockoff products.

The HyperMac Nano is a high-end mobile accessory that acts as a battery pack for portable USB devices. Similar to the HyperMac, the accessory is based off its basic features and is less powerful than the Mini and Micro models.

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Product Shot 2 Compatible with the iPhone, iPod and other USB devices, the battery pack can fully charge an iPhone up to 1.5 times as it's meant to extend the life of the internal battery. Not only does the extend a device's power, but it also includes features such as Wi-Fi connectivity and 3G capability. The HyperMac Nano is available in White, Black, Red, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink, Orange and Yellow.

Features

  • Powers laptops and USB devices simultaneously
  • Can fully charge an iPhone up to 1.5 times
  • Extends life of internal battery
  • Available in White, Black, Red, Blue, Green, Purple, Pink, Orange and Yellow
  • Lightweight and durable

Batterygeek.net has had these batteries for eons, though only in black, for a lot less. Their 7200mAH battery, for example, is $80 and their 3600mAH battery is $60. Same size, same case shape, probably the same battery, though it's hard to tell since the HyperMac site is more interested in displaying their models holding the batteries, as opposed to showing the batteries themselves. HyperMac also claims to have the world's only external battery which works with all MacBooks and iPhones which is obviously not the truth and HyperMac also appears to be overstating/hype'ing their runtime estimates.

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Pros
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    1800mAh - great capacity for it's size, and compared to competitors (for comparison the iPhone's battery is 1219mAh)

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    pocket sized

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    built-in cable

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    magnetic cap clips on to the back of the device for convenient storage while the device is in use

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    full aluminum build

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    USB connection - capable of charging any device with a USB charger

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    ideal for heavy smartphone users

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    available in 9 different colours to best match your iPod

Cons
  • 1

    look somewhat cheap - not exactly a great match for your shiny iPod

  • 1

    brand and product name are reminiscent of cheap Chinese knockoff products

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billthornton
billthornton: #hypermac_nano Their 7200mAH battery, for example, is $80 and their 3600mAH battery is $60. Same size, same case shape, probably the same battery, though it's hard to tell since the HyperMac site is more interested in displaying their models holding the batteries, as opposed to showing the batteries themselves. Feb 17, 10
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billthornton
billthornton: #hypermac_nano Batterygeek.net has had these batteries for eons, though only in black and silver, for a lot less and they also include a free canvas carry case and a laptop cooling pad. Their 115Wh battery, for example, is $239 and their 222Wh battery is $475. HyperMac also claims to have the world's only external battery which works with all MacBooks and iPhones which is obviously not the truth. HyperMac also appears to be overstating/hype'ing their runtime estimates. Feb 17, 10
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