Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:03 CEST
It’s enough to make you tear your hair out. Your digital camera is out of juice after taking just a few pictures even though you inserted new batteries the last time it was used. This extremely irritating effect is known as spontaneous discharge, whereby a battery, without further use, only has a fraction of its original capacity after a short time.
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Comments: 0Monday, August 27th 2007 - 12:57 CEST
A busy lifestyle means you may not always be conveniently near a power outlet when you need one - but now you can be. The Nokia Power Pack DC-1 has reserve power in a pretty and portable package, so you can take the equivalent of up to three batteries with you and recharge your mobile device when you most need it.
Read: Nokia DC-1
Comments: 0Tuesday, August 14th 2007 - 14:39 CEST
Nokia issued a product advisory for the Nokia branded BL-5C battery manufactured by Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd. of Japan between December 2005 and November 2006. This battery product advisory does not apply to any other Nokia-branded battery. Nokia has identified that in very rare cases the Nokia branded BL-5C batteries subject to the product advisory could potentially experience overheating initiated by a short circuit while charging, causing the battery to dislodge. Nokia is working closely with Matsushita and will be cooperating with relevant authorities to investigate this situation.
Read: Nokia BL-5C
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