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POWER: Get replacement batteries for your HTC Magician aka i-mate JAM
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 26.04.05 - 17:24:51 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7782x
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I've never heard about Lion Battery INC. before but at least they have some interesting HTC Magician (i-mate JA, O2 Xda mini, T-Mobile compact) batteries in stock - with enhanced capacity!

While the original Magician battery is 1200 mAh only, the Lion Batteries are available in a 1550 and 2000 mAh version. The 1550 mAh battery has the same size of the original battery, the 2000 mAh battery is "slightly" thicker and requires a new battery plate but I have no clue where to get it from or if it is part of the delivery:

The 1550 mAh battery is available for 54.95 US$ while the 2000 mAh version costs 94.95 US$. According to Lion Battery, both batteries are in stock.

Last but not least they also have batteries for other PDAs in stock, might be worth to check if you need a new/enhanced one.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by smeg6 on 27.04.05 - 06:06:43

I have purchased several batteries for different devices from Lion Batteries before.  They are a great seller.  The batteries are manufactured by Mugen power, who have made enhanced capacity batteries for many devices, and are known for their quality products and support.  Just thought I would give relate my positive experiances with the two companies.

Posted by rilpop on 28.04.05 - 09:21:28

Do you know if there is an extended battery that would work with an Audiovox XV6601 (O2 Xda III)?  Battery time is always an issue.  Thanks.

Posted by micaels on 28.04.05 - 17:08:37

rilpop wrote:

Do you know if there is an extended battery that would work with an Audiovox XV6601 (O2 Xda III)?  Battery time is always an issue.  Thanks.

Have you checked their website they have one for i mate pda2k/t-mobile mda 3/qtek 9090 shouldn't that work since they are all manufactured in the HTC blue angel series.

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