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New Company Strong on Battery Know-How

Jan 15, 2008

Columbus, OH, Jan. 12, 2008 --  If GoGo Chargers has its way, you won’t be tethered to electrical outlets during your busy, power-packed work or play day. And, you won’t need to litter the earth with disposable batteries. GoGo Chargers introduced its line of rechargeable, portable battery packs for mobile gadgets ranging from cell phones to DVD players at the nation’s largest trade show, the Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas.

 

Available now is its premier product, the GoGo PowerPack 3300, a rechargeable power source for mobile devices wherever and whenever extra power is needed. The PowerPack 3300 recharges most cell phones three to four times before it needs recharging.

 

The GoGo PowerBurst will be available in about two months. About double the size of a memory stick, it adds 40 to 60 minutes of cell phone talk time or 20 hours of stand-by time. “We think of this as 9-1-1 power,” says Jan Jenkins, marketing director. “Once powered up via a computer USB port, it holds its charge even if kept in the car, purse or briefcase for up to a year before using. Or, charge it 1,000 times, and this lithium polymer battery will retain about 90 percent of its maximum charge.”

 

The Columbus-based GoGo Chargers development team is headed by company founder Byoung Ou, an expert in ultrasonic welding which is important in the manufacture of lithium batteries. He is joined by Jung Kim, PhD, a member of the team that developed the lithium polymer battery and its manufacturing process in the mid 1990s. “Together, they know batteries and how to make them easy to use,” Jenkins says. “Ease of use to meet customer needs has been key in our development process.”

 

The PowerPack 3300 recharges the mobile device battery and even allows the mobile device to be used while it’s charging “on the go,” she says. Other ease-of-use attributes include:

-      It fits comfortably in the palm of the hand as it’s about the same size and weight of an iPod: 2.25” x 4.25” x 0.5” and 3.5 ounces.

-      The same cord used to charge the PowerPack is also used to charge the mobile device.

-      It holds its power for months of non-use, and even after recharging 500 times, retains more than 92 percent of its original charge.

-      Convenience accessories such as a GoGo Sock, to hold the cord, tips and PowerPack; and a GoGo CarAdaptor, to charge the PowerPack or a mobile device, are also available.

 

GoGo Connector tips are offered for a variety of 2004 + newer cell phones, smart phones, PDAs, mobile games, and other 5V gadgets that have a USB or mini-USB power port such as Bluetooth headsets, MP3 players and portable NAV units. “Our research shows that most consumers purchase a new phone when their carrier contracts are renewed,” says Ou.  “Many GoGo Connector Tips will fit devices made before 2004 because some manufacturers have always used the same connectors. For phones, Nokia, Sony-Ericsson and Sanyo haven’t changed their tips much. However, LG and Motorola, have changed their connectors often, though both companies now seem to have settled on one or two connectors.

 

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Not having power when needed is becoming more than an inconvenience. With the disappearance of pay phones (AT&T recently announced that it’s getting out of the pay phone business), cell phones may be the only available means to summon emergency help.

 

Other mobile battery packs GoGo Chargers introduced at the January Las Vegas show include:

- The PowerPack 8400 for 5-volt and 9-volt portable devices. This will power all devices presently charged by the PowerPack 3300 in addition to all 9-volt devices, including portable DVDs and camcorders.

- The PowerPack 4500 designed especially for professional photographers using 5- and 7-volt devices. 

 

Ou, of Dublin, OH, founded and still heads companies in the U.S., Korea and China that specialize in ultrasonic metal welding. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in welding engineering from The Ohio State University.

 

Jung Kim, PhD, of Buffalo, NY, holds five patents, was named Inventor of the Year by Niagara Frontier in 1988, and has been included in the list of Who’s Who in Science and Engineering since 1996. He earned chemistry and chemical engineering degrees from Korea University, University of Michigan and Wayne State University in Detroit.

Contact: Jan Jenkins, 614.558.3355 or  visit  www.gogocharges.com

 

  July 20, 2019

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