BETHEL, Conn. — Duracell has unveiled new portable power lines that address the growing use of USB electronic devices.
Duracell's five new portable power inverters and two new laptop power adapters give on-the-go customers more efficient options to charge their devices. The inverters convert the 12-volt DC power from vehicle cigarette outlets into 120-volt AC and 5-Volt USB power, while the laptop adapters are designed to use 90% less energy than comparable adapters and work on all popular laptop models, the company said.
Duracell also said the inverters and adapters will feature eco-friendly packaging.
The new lineup of Duracell portable power inverters and laptop power adapters will be available in spring 2011 with a suggested retail price of $29.99 to $59.99, and will feature a three-year warranty.