USBCELL MXAA02 AA Rechargable Battery - 2 Cell Pack
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- Built in Intelligent Charger
- Can be recharged hundreds of times
- NiMH 1.2v 1300mah AA battery
- Easy Charge from any USB Port
- Easy recharge on the go, at home or in the office
- Easy Charge from any USB Port - 90% recharged in 5 hours
- NiMH 1.2v 1300mah AA battery
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USBCELL AA Rechargeable batteries - work just like normal rechargeable batteries, but simply pop off the lid to recharge by any powered USB Port. Ideal for use with wireless mice, keyboards, games controllers, household products - in over 2 billion free USB ports. No need to carry or find a separate charger. Easy recharge on the go, in the office or at home. USBCELLs can be charged hundreds of times, saving you money, and helping reduce environmental waste. USBCELLs are NiMH batteries, 1.2v 1300mah capacity. Product information, support and recycling advice available at usbcell.com/support.
From the Manufacturer
USBCELL AA Rechargeable Batteries work just like normal rechargeable batteries--but simply pop off the lid to recharge by any powered USB Port. Ideal for use with wireless mice, keyboards, game controllers, and other household products with no need to carry or find a separate charger. Easily rechargeable on the go, in the office or at home. USBCELLs can be charged hundreds of times saving you money and helping reduce environmental waste. USBCELLs are NiMH 1.2v batteries with 1300mAh capacity.
|The USBCELL has been designed for real-world ease of use. By opening the cap and plugging into any powered USB port, you can recharge pretty much anywhere there's a USB socket. By making it easier to recharge batteries we can help the environment: easier recharging means more frequent use, which means fewer disposable batteries get made and thrown away. |
In a powered USB socket, USBCELL should take about 5 hours to charge to over 90% of capacity, sooner if the battery was only partly depleted. Thanks to the intelligent charging circuitry of USBCELL, it's OK to "top up" or just partially charge USBCELL if you need the power in a hurry; NiMh batteries aren't affected by partial charging or 'memory' problems, unlike Nickel Cadmium (NiCad) batteries. As with most rechargeable NiMH batteries, you may find that maximum capacity is reached only after a few full charge and discharge cycles.
Charge your USBCELLs using your laptop or desktop PC...
|USBCELLs can be used in any electronic device that takes AA batteries: from MP3 players and noise-canceling headphones, to wireless gaming controllers, to remotes, digital cameras, flashlights and more. The USBCELL can help protect the environment (and save you money) by reducing the amount of waste batteries, and both the packaging and the USBCELL itself can be recycled.. If used properly, you should be able to recharge a USBCELL about 500 times before they lose a significant amount of their capacity. |
And not only can USBCELLs be charged by your powered USB ports, they can also be charged in a standard approved 250 mAh recharger. With more choices for power sources, you need never be without AA power readily at hand ever again.
...then use them in your portable electronics like regular batteries.
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NOTE: In 2011 I paid $16.36/pair and they were 1300mAh. Since then the price has stayed the same and the battery has not increased in size/capacity... No product development!! Lithium batteries get better and cheaper every year but these have not been updated in terms of capacity nor price.
then i tried them in a portable speaker and it stopped working in an hour.
ALSO, I have an older version of this same type of battery from a different supplier that oddly doesn't cause this. I for one wont use any more USB batteries in my computer, but will only plug them into external/phone USB chargers just to be safe.
I've been using the same two pairs of USBCell batteries for about two years now. They're not holding anywhere near the charge they used to, but they've saved me some money (not having to spend money on AA batteries for the Wiimote for two years will add up) and a lot of hassle (never realizing that I'm on my last pair of batteries and will have to go out and buy more). And, hey, they're probably also better for the environment (fewer batteries used and thrown away).
So, I don't know how they fare for other uses, but in a Wiimote they're just what's needed.