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AA battery powered emergency for Nokia N900

3 March 2010Entry by

Yesterday I was writing about Nokia N900 battery saving methods, but there are situations when you need even more than that. Imagine you need stay in touch, make long calls, receive lots of e-mails while on the road and there is no possibility of regular charging in the meantime. What comes in my mind at first is external battery which I can connect and save the day. Apparently someone got to the same point and while digging the net I’ve found Nokia N900 AA battery powered emergency cell.

AA battery powered emergency cell

AA battery powered emergency cell

Such small charger called battery powered emergency for Nokia N900 looks like quite smart idea, worth to give a closer look. I still use AA batteries frequently for my flash-light, wireless headphones, portable radio set, wall clock and if I think more I will find more surely. Such batteries are available in many stores everywhere, so if you’re stuck with low (or no) power it’s not a problem to find AA battery in, I think, 10 minutes walk range. It’s even better if you use rechargeable as I do, you don’t need to buy new set every time. So in short:


  • small and light (about 2.6oz – 74g)
  • uses standard AA cells
  • simple and elegant look
  • gives you additional battery time


  • I don’t see any

AA battery powered emergency cell
AA battery powered emergency cell

So what can I add, I’d like to have it, to be sure that some day I won’t be left without power when I use all my battery playing chess during long trips by bus. Maybe you can make use of it too. You can buy this Nokia N900 Extra battery at Amazon. By the way, It is produced by Nokia.


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