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Moixa Energy USBCELL released

Moixa Energy USBCELL released - Moixa Energy is pleased to announce that DSG international plc, Europe’s leading specialist retailer of consumer electronics is first to stock the USBCELL in over 600 UK stores

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Moixa Energy USBCELL released
Press Release: USBCELL now available in over 600 UK Currys and PC World stores

London, UK, November 16th, 2006 – Moixa Energy, a revolutionary new company undertaking R&D and investment in renewable energy and portable power is pleased to announce that DSGi is among the first to stock the USBCELL battery in its Currys, Currys.digital and PC World stores.

USBCELL has received widespread attention globally, achieving 437k page views and 177k visitors within the first week alone and considerable press including USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and all UK national papers. USBCELL.com is becoming THE visited battery company online.

Simon Daniel, Founder and Director of Moixa Energy, commented: “We are delighted to have secured the deal with DSGi. This really shows the impact that the USBCELL has made since its launch in September and to be on the shelves of Currys, Currys.digital and PC World is great testament to the functionality and originality of the product itself.”

Johnathan Marsh, International buyer, Essentials for DSGi added: “The USBCELL is a truly revolutionary step towards the next generation of battery products and DSGi wants to stay at the forefront of this new technology. Not only does the product look and function superbly, but it also has an environmentally friendly aspect to it by reducing battery wastage, something that DSGi is keen to support”

About the USBCELL product roadmap

The USBCELL product roadmap includes a full range of battery formats, including batteries for phones, cameras and other portable devices, that can simply be recharged from a USB port. AA USBCELLs are available to buy at leading retailers such as Currys, Currys.digital and PC World and also online in the UK & US from www.usbcell.com with announcements due shortly for EU distribution.

About Moixa Energy

Moixa Energy Holdings, founded by innovators Simon Daniel & Chris Wright, is a spin-out from Moixa which pioneers advanced portable devices and interfaces. Moixa rethinks market axioms and creates new technology and Intellectual Property which it commercialises through licensing, joint ventures or creating new ventures.

Moixa Energy Holdings undertakes R&D and investment in renewable energy and portable power technologies. Our vision is to invent technologies that provide consumers with better solutions for their mobile, office or home power requirements that are more usable, economic and environmental. Moixa aims to transform the need for traditional AC/DC power supply adaptors that are used in consumer electronics equipment. Over 8 billion are in use around the world resulting in considerable energy loss and wasteful production.

The Moixa founder previously invented and licensed PDA folding keyboard technology, which has been used on over 2m products, and is currently licensed by Mobility Electronics - Nasdaq MOBE for their Stowaway line of Folding keyboards, and will also launch in the company’s new Think Outside Sierra folding keyboard for Bluetooth-enabled that was released on September 13th 2006, and is compatible with over 600 smartphones and PDA devices.

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imagegrill 8 429
21 Nov 2006 7:27AM
So now we can carry around an extra USB hub to charge theses instead of a normal battery charger!

And there less power than regular AA rechargeables!

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