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Re: [gear] M-Audio Microtrack II

Subject: Re: [gear] M-Audio Microtrack II
From: "flatcatspammed" flatcatspammed
Date: Tue Sep 11, 2007 11:30 am ((PDT))
Proprietary batteries are a killer for my enthusiasm.
Nothing like being away from the power grid and needing
a recharge. Solar chargers only go so far, and running
back to the car to wait out a charge cycle is a lame
way to spend valuable time. I prefer a system that allows
a quick swap of batteries. I leave proprietary power
systems on the store shelves. It's not for me. It's a
battery, it should be removable and replacable.

--- In  "oryoki2000" <> 
> Not as popular, the Microtrack II continues to employ a
> lithium-ion battery that is not field replaceable. The
> battery powers the Microtrack for 3-4 hours before it's
> depleted. External power can be provided through the
> Microtrack's USB port using a device like the $20
> Energizer Energi-to-Go with USB cable.

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