Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Eveready 1850 NiMh
Re: Eveready 1850 NiMh
From: Chris Holt <amiga2k_at_cox.net>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 14:59:45 -0500
I saw that article too. I noticed that the Eveready 1800Mah cells came in
around third place, and they have the added advantage of being readily
available in department stores and such. That is why I pointed them out.
Just found the page. Seems he has been doing some more testing and the
Sanyo and Energizer 1850s came out on top. Of course the testing is ongoing
so this may change.
Here's the link:
I like this in particular because this guy developed his own test setup and
does not rely on Manuf. hype at all.
Like you, I was pretty satisfied with the runtime of the included batteries,
but I wanted to see how these "off the shelf" models worked out. I'm using
the green ones in my little NomadIIc player, so there is no loss there. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon, Wesley" <wsimon_at_lsil.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 11:54 AM
Subject: RE: Eveready 1850 NiMh
> Just a note here on batteries. I'm happy with the lifetime of my archos
> batteries. However, I recently purchased a digital camera that takes AA
> batteries. So, I researched to find the best NiMh batteries. In this
> process, I discovered that they are making 2400 Mah NiMh AA batteries now.
> I'm not sure what company makes these. I read a review of NiMh batteries
> and they claimed that PowerEx 1800 Mah has the best qualities as far as
> lifecycle and memory effects. I'd point everyone to the article if I
> had the link. The article convinced me to pick up this brand for my
> I'm sure they would work equally well in a jukebox.
Received on 2002-12-04