PowerMonkey Explorer Review

PowerMonkey Explorer Review

The PowerMonkey Explorer is a nifty battery charger because there are three ways to charge the battery.

You can buy one for around $100.

Maxiumum reserve power:
All iPods – 40 hours
Cellphones 96 hours standby
Digital cameras – up to 1600 extra photos
Two-way radios – 24 hours
PSPs – 5 hours
MP3/MP4 – 6 hours
PDAs – 48 hours

Included tips:
LG Chocolate
Micro USB
Samsung G600
Mini USB
Mini Nokia DC 2.0
PSP & digital camera DC 4.0
Female USB
Sony Ericsson wide 750i
iPod charging
Nintendo DSi
Retractable USB charging cable

Ford Fusion Hybrid 2010

If there has ever been a stigma against American made cars, it’s that they aren’t fuel efficient. It looks like Ford is aiming to reshape that image with its new 2010 Fusion Hybrid.

Ford Fusion Hybrid 2010

It is now officially America’s most fuel efficient mid-size car with a certified 41 mpg rating in the city and 36 mpg on the highway. It topped the Toyota Camry hybrid by 8 mpg in the city and 2 mpg on the highway. It also beat the even smaller Honda Civic Hybrid by 1 mpg. While that may appear to be a small amount, it adds up in the long run.

Ford’s Fusion Hybrid can travel up to 47 miles per hour on electric power alone.