NEW PRODUCT RECHARGES THE PALM III™ AND PALM VII™ SERIES
HANDHELD COMPUTERS THAT CURRENTLY USE ALKALINE BATTERIES
WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN, APRIL 17, 2000 -- eXtend Computer &
Instrument, a company that specializes in battery
electronics, introduces FullCharge™, a rechargeable NiMH
battery and AC adapter to be used with Palm, Inc’s
non-rechargeable Palm III™ and Palm VII™ series of handheld
FullCharge™ offers Palm™ handheld users an alternative to
disposable alkaline batteries. It provides mobile
professionals with a way to charge their Palm III, IIIe™,
IIIx™, IIIxe™ or Palm VII handheld at home, on the road, or
in their office; thereby eliminating any concern over how
long disposable batteries will last. In addition, the
compact size of the power adapter allows a Palm handheld to
recharge while being used in or out of its cradle and the
NiMH battery provides weeks of normal use on a complete
The FullCharge™ AC adapter, which plugs into any standard
110 volt outlet, has a small 2-pin plug that connects
through the back of the handheld to the NiMH battery. A
replacement battery cover comes with FullCharge™ to make
this conversion to rechargeable energy easy. Fullcharge™
works in a similar way to charging a cellular phone.
FullCharge™ is available today exclusively from eXtend
Computer & Instrument for $34.95. For more information on
FullCharge™, visit the company’s web site at:
www.extendcomputer.com or contact us at 248-960-0772.
eXtend Computer & Instrument is a privately-held mobile
applications company headquartered in Walled Lake, Michigan.
Its products include electronics for handheld devices,
electric and hybrid vehicles, fuel cell powered vehicles and
testing of batteries and fuel cells.
Palm, Palm III, Palm IIIe, Palm IIIxe and Palm VII are
trademarks of Palm, Inc. or its subsidiaries.
eXtend Computer & Instrument and FullCharge are trademarks
of eXtend Co