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Old March 29th, 2012, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear Infusers (TLDR at the bottom):

I am VP of PR in a new startup called Onyx Batteries US. I don't post as a solicitor. Rather, I want to solicit feedback for our new product.

It is an external battery different from the rest you have tried. Unlike those other batteries, this one is thin, light, UNIVERSAL, and modular.

I should stress: this battery is THIN and light. Think 3 nickles stacked thin. This battery will be able to squeeze in 2000 mAh (subject to change), charging your battery around 1.3 times. We are able to pack such a large amount of milliamp hours into our battery because of the release of 4 inch 5.3 inch Android and Windows phones.

Having tried many other external charging options for my Infuse, I've been disappointed in the fact that they can't be attached to my phone, and the charging cable wrapped up in my pocket just feels plain weird. A problem with the beefed-up third-party internal batteries is that then I cannot use my case on it. Our battery solves all those problems.

This battery comes with a special adhesive that when stuck on will stay stuck until pulled in another direction, which will enable the removal of the battery without any remaining residue. The connecting cable is a beefed up ribbon style cable; there are connections on all sides which can be used to position the ribbon where the charger is (as well as serve a few other functions). This way, the ribbon can lie flat to the phone and not stick up in your pocket.

There shall be several connectors on this device. Namely, one on the top and four on each side. This enables the battery's modularity. What this means is that other batteries can be added to the sides (in the case of a tablet) or on top (in the case of a phone) if you need more juice. There are other modules that can be added as well, such as a solar panel, with more to come soon. An integrated microchip in each module will regulate the electricity being stored/generated so that nothing blows up

If you have any questions I would be happy to answer. Please direct all questions to:
onyxbatteriesus {at} gmail (dot) com

In addition, if you have read this far, please do us a favor and visit the link below:
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TLDR: External, modular, thin, light, universal battery. An example module is a solar panel. Want more info? Read the actual post. Want to give us feedback?
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Old March 30th, 2012, 03:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sorry, maylontrd. This is a product idea, and since we are in the preliminary stages of development, we'd like some ideas and advice before getting into more details.
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Old April 4th, 2012, 09:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm not sure I understand what this is and how it would work. It is obviously not just a spare charged battery you carry with you to swap with the one in the phone should you need it.
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