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Briefly: Jackery's newest battery, new Geneva Sound System Model XXL

updated 02:34 pm EST, Wed November 20, 2013

The Jackery Fit features three LED charge status indicators, built-in flashlight

Jackery, a producer of rechargeable battery products, has released its latest product: the Jackery Fit. A high-capacity 2.1-amp fast-charging portable battery, the Jackery Fit can charge a variety of tablets and smartphones. Featuring three LED charge status lights that indicate when the battery is fully charged, its 7500mAh provides up to 160 hours of additional operational time for a charged device. The Jackery Fit can be purchased online at the current sale price of $40, and is available in orange and silver.

Geneva Sound System Model XXL launched, integrates seven-channel 589-watt digital amplifier
Switzerland-based sound system company, Geneva, has announced the Geneva Sound System Model XXL. The massive device is a home-theater and high-fidelity music system featuring a 589-watt digital amplifier, seven individually powered surround sound speakers, five acoustic chambers and 8-inch subwoofer. Contained inside a wood cabinet in red, black or white piano lacquer, the Geneva Sound System Model XXL features Apple Airplay, Bluetooth A2DP, FM and DAB radio compatibilities. Available for $3,500, the Geneva Model XXL can be purchased from Genevalab.com.



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