InnoGear Unveils Visor PowerCradle

InnoGear has launched the PowerCradle, which not only acts as a regular USB cradle for Visors but recharges the VisorPhone and other selected Springboard modules with rechargeable batteries, like the MiniJam and many wireless modems. It is available now for $40.

Springboard modules with rechargeable batteries also include the Xircom Modem, OmniSky Modem, AirPrime Modem, and Novatel Modem.

“We felt that the PowerCradle would be of great benefit to MiniJam owners”, said Kendrick Jan, CEO of InnoGear. “The ability to listen to continuous MP3 Music through their MiniJam without worries of battery consumption, allows users to enjoy unlimited use of our product and would eliminate the concern of running out of battery power”.

The PowerCradle does not work with the Visor Prism or Edge or PCs running Windows 95 or NT.

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...or you could ignore this useless product...

I.M. Anonymous @ 10/10/2001 9:03:52 AM #
...and just get a visor Prism cradle, which does the same thing.

RE: ...or you could ignore this useless product...
I.M. Anonymous @ 10/10/2001 9:19:55 AM #
Except that this is $10 bucks (20%) cheaper.

Competition good.

Monopoly bad.

RE: ...or you could ignore this useless product...
I.M. Anonymous @ 10/11/2001 10:27:10 AM #
Or you may be smart enought to save $10.00!

Where's the rest of Innogear's Stuff?

skoty @ 10/10/2001 9:54:09 AM #
Hey Innogear, where's the SixPak? Where's the MiniJam plus? They'er comming out with a cradle I don't think they even announced ahead of time, but the springboards they have announced (two years ago for the SixPak) have yet to materialize.

RE: Where's the rest of Innogear's Stuff?
I.M. Anonymous @ 10/10/2001 11:50:59 AM #
I don't know about the Minijam+, but Innogear already publicly killed the 6-Pak.