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Emergency power cable and charger, too

A new product offers emergency battery power and recharging capability for multiple devices, including the iPad
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A new product offers emergency battery power and recharging capability for multiple devices, including the iPad, smart phones, tablet devices, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, wireless headsets, MP3 players, digital cameras and more.

* The XP1Power Cable acts as a battery back up for times when your mobile device battery runs low and there is no time to charge.
* Acts as your charge/sync cable when you do have the time to charge or sync data.
* Adds surge protection while charging your costly mobile device.

For more information www.xmultiple.com

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