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NewerTech Commends Apple on Voluntary Recall, Offers Replacement Batteries(August 25, 2006) Newer Technology Inc. (NewerTech), an independent manufacturer of upgrade products for Macintosh computers.
NewerTech NuPower high capacity replacement batteries for Apple iBook and PowerBook notebook computers are manufactured in the United States of America utilizing different Lithium Ion cells than Apple uses, NewerTech's cells being obtained exclusively from Sanyo, Panasonic, and E-One Moli.
Because NewerTech NuPower batteries utilize different cells and small batch manufacturing processes for stringent attention to detail not necessarily possible in mass production plants, NewerTech batteries achieve the higher capacity the company is known for, up to 62% higher capacity than factory batteries.
More importantly, the engineering specifications of NewerTech batteries employ a Thermal Fuse wherein if an unsafe temperature is ever reached the battery is permanently disabled ensuring optimum safety.
Great lengths have been implemented from start to finish at NewerTech to ensure a high quality product that is designed to last the longest and provide the safest operation possible.
NewerTech NuPower high capacity replacement battery options utilizing Thermal Fuse safety technology are available for every iBook and PowerBook model produced from 1998 to 2006 including: G3 PowerBooks at up to 62% more capacity, G4 PowerBooks at up to 48% more capacity, and iBooks at up to 51% more capacity. A One-Year NewerTech Warranty is included with all NuPower replacement batteries.
Detailed information on all NewerTech replacement batteries is conveniently located online at: www.NewerTech.com/batteries
NewerTech NuPower high capacity replacement batteries are available online through www.NewerTech.com, through primary source distributor Other World Computing at www.MacSales.com or toll free at (800) 275-4576, or through other fine retailers.
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