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Those folks at batterygeek.net are at it again and have just announced the new GeekPod 100.  The GeekPod is an external LiON battery pack the size of a deck of cards that will run your iPod for over 100 hours.  The little battery pack is only […]

Those folks at batterygeek.net are at it again and have just announced the new GeekPod 100.  The GeekPod is an external LiON battery pack the size of a deck of cards that will run your iPod for over 100 hours.  The little battery pack is only 3.2 x 2.3 x 1 inches yet it packs a wallop of juice (6,000 mAh) for your iPod.  The GeekPod will be available for shipping in the next few days for $99.95.  You’ve got to love that retractable cable.

Full specs:

  • Chemistry: Lithium Ion
  • Capacity: 6000mAh (22Wh)
  • Output voltage: 5V
  • Output current (Max): 2A
  • Charging time: 3-4 hours
  • Fuel Gauge Led: 4 LED indicator
  • Size/Weight: 58.5x24x82(mm)/180g
  • Compatibility: iPod

GeekPod 100 includes:

  • iPod DC Charge Cable
  • A/C Quick Charger Compatible With All International Voltages
  • Retail Box & Product Manual
  • Free iPod, Portable DVD Player & Laptop Screen Cleaners
  • Free Cell Phone Antenna Boosters
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 1 Year No Hassles Extended Replacement Warranty Directly Through batterygeek.net

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  1. What’s a mAh?

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  2. Definition #1: Mah is an ancient Persian god of the moon, one of the Yazatas. He is associated with the cow, which plays an important part in old-Iranian mythology, and presides over time and tide. He is mentioned as an assistant of Vohu Manah. The seventh day of the month is dedicated to Mah.

    Definition #2: MAH is the abbreviated name of a Turkish secret service which has been abolished. It stands for Milli Emniyet Hizmeti (National Security Service). It is abbreviated as MAH instead of MEH because at the time of its establishment, the official alphabet of Turkey was based on Arabic alphabet.

    Definition #3: mAh is a measure of a battery’s total capacity. The higher the number (ex. 600 mAh, 1,500 mAh) the more charge a battery can hold and usually, the longer a battery will last under a certain load. Typical rechargeable receiver battery packs are in the 500-600 mAh range. Typical R/C car motor batteries are in the 1,200 – 1,500 mAh range.

    In this case I think it would be definition #3 :)

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  3. I guess this would be for the iPod and Mini only? It would rock if this would work for the nano :)

    Josh

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