OWC and NewerTech announce new high-capacity replacement battery for 4G Apple iPod models

Newer Technology Inc. and Other World Computing (OWC) today introduced a new high-capacity 750mAh replacement battery for all Fourth Generation Click Wheel iPod models from Apple Computer.

Available immediately for $25.99, this new NewerTech NuPower 4G 750mAh battery model offers the maximum capacity possible with 20 percent more capacity than the factory-installed battery shipped with 4G iPod models. Also available are NewerTech’s 2100mAh and 1800mAh iPod batteries, which offer up to 70 percent more capacity for First and Second Generation models, and the 850mAh iPod battery, which offers 30 percent more capacity for Third Generation models.

“With NewerTech’s NuPower battery line, you’re not just getting a replacement but a battery that makes your device better than new in terms of longer runtimes between charges,” said OWC President Larry O’Connor in the press release. “In general, our company’s focus is to go beyond just maintaining a device and to help users get more from what they own. There is always a time to buy new, but we’re here to make things better than when they were new.”

As with all of the NewerTech iPod batteries, non-scratch installation tools and instructions are included with the 4G version. An installation video also can be found in OWC’s online tech center at http://www.macsales.com/techcenter.

NewerTech products are available from Other World Computing and other fine retailers. More information on the full line of NewerTech products is available at http://www.macsales.com/NewerTech, by calling 800-275-4576 or by e-mail at sales@macsales.com

More info about iPod replacement batteries can be found at http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ipod/batteryreplacement/


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