Eventually the moment will come
That terrible moment you've always feared
It can happen at any time on a normal bus ride to work or school, after surviving a plane crash in the jungle
or perhaps at the super-boring birthday party of your great aunt...
Your battery will go dead! (Yes, you know it's going to happen one day!)
And even if you have a charger with you, that won't help you in the jungle or after a (zombie) apocalypse if the power is dead!
But fear not, for you shall have the power
Namely the getDigital Anyloader. The Anyloader has a built-in high-performance battery that can be charged using a normal USB port or the included solar panel. And as solar energy is anticipated to be available on Earth for the next 5 billion years (or so), you can even charge two birds with one stone and charge the Anyloader while you charge your devices :).
You could say
we're really charged up about this product!
Charging the internal Li-Ion battery (capacity 1500 mAh) takes about 1314 hours when you use the solar panel (depending on the intensity of the sun) and about 24 hours when you use USB to charge it. The high-quality solar panels can produce up to 110mA, and the Anyloader provides a power supply of 5V/1000mA when charging devices. Neatly wrapped up in a high-quality aluminium case (dimensions 6 x 10.3 x 1.8 cm, weight 1204 g), the Anyloader comes with 4 different adapters (see pictures above):
Micro USB adaptor
(for most modern smartphones and other devices, e.g. Samsung S3 Galaxy, HTC One X or Google's Nexus 7)
30-pin adaptor for Apple products
D800, D808, D828, D528, D820, P300, T809, D908, E908, X828, D838, D848, E208, E848, I718, I520, x820, U608, I760, I520, J600, F510, E200, E570, I718
6010, 6102, N70, N90, N80, 82xx, 83xx, 88xx, 6200, 6230, 6600, 6800, 6111, 6100, 6120, 6100, 6120, N72, N73, 7360, 3250, 6030, 6680, 6280, 5700, N76, N95, 6300
Since iOS 5 several Apple products can't be charged with external products. Although we were ablte to successfully charge iOS 5 products with the getDigital Anyloader, we can't exclude that any future Apple updates may prevent our product from working.