Seidio releases 2800mAh Extended Battery for Nexus One

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    Seidio releases 2800mAh Extended Battery for Nexus One


    Seidio, Inc is excited to announce the release of the Innocell 2800mAh Extended Life Battery for the Nexus One. This large capacity battery is for the avid traveler who can't always get to a charger. It has double the capacity of the original battery and will keep you charged and ready to go, even with heavy phone and data usage. It comes with a contoured black replacement door featuring Seidio's signature soft touch coating and a textured bar to mimic the phone's original design.

    The Innocell 2800mAh Extended Life Battery for the Nexus One retails for $64.95. Pre-orders are being accepted now and product is scheduled to begin shipping the week of February 16th, 2010.

    To discuss this product with Seidio, visit: Seidio - Nexus One Forum - Google Phone Forum

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    Senior Member Eplchamps0304's Avatar
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    My iphone broke because I didnt have adequate protection. This should protect my nexus one.

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    Junior Member grenadetech's Avatar
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    Or you could buy two 1400 mAh batteries from Google's accessory page for $50.

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    anyone know why this was discontinued ?

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    Probably because they just released the 3200 for like five dollars more...

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    That's a no brainer upgrade. I picked the 3200 mAh up about a little over a week ago, and the battery shines. I'm at 71% on the battery since 6am today. I can get a good 20 hours out of the battery on moderate to heavy use. It's worth the money, however don't expect it to be a thin as it easily doubles the phone thickness, but if you have big hands, it makes the phone much more usable. :nexusx:

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