Belkin TunePower review

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IPods don’t have removable batteries, so after a year or two of constant use they can get tired. Even from new, a battery may not last the length of a long-haul flight. What you need is a secondary battery that’s as sleek and elegant as the iPod itself.

Belkin TunePower review

Belkin’s TunePower not only boosted our 4GB iPod mini’s battery life from six to 14 hours (enough for a long-haul flight and then some), but it didn’t add much bulk either. There’s a piggy-back holster making the whole thing compact at 54 x 27 x 110mm (WDH) for the iPod mini and 64 x 32 x 121mm (WDH) for its 30GB big brother.

At £50, the Belkin is a touch pricey, but it’s compatible with third- and fourth-generation hard disk-based iPods. Best of all, the TunePower will recharge both itself and your iPod’s battery with its single FireWire-based cable.

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