LOS ANGELES, Calif. — announced today a new and improved product for those travelers interested in recharging a Cell phone, RIM Blackberry(R) or Apple iPod(R) while in-flight. The new InFlight Power(TM) recharging cable has just been released for market sales.

The patented device works by storing energy from the passenger seat music jack, then battery boosts the output for regulated power to the attached USB charging cable/connector. The InFlight Power(TM) cable works on first class and business/coach class airplane seats, and can be used to run music players, game players, smart phones and other USB powered devices

Engineered for safe use on an airplane, bus or train; the InFlight Power(TM) cable weighs only 12 oz. Several airlines are evaluating the product and considering adding a “Charging Tone” to their in-flight audio programming to enhance charging performance for their customers. The product offers airlines an immediate and low cost method of providing consumer electronic device (CED) power to travelers.

The unique product is designed to save money on expensive disposables and replace weighty, cumbersome, brick-sized chargers. The product is available for order now and will be shipped in time for the holidays.

“A must-have for the business traveler or anyone on the move who wants to keep their power charge, and has been a big seller in the SKYMall catalog,” said the product’s inventor, Thomas Giannulli MD, MS.

The product is available at, via airport retailers, SKYMall and other travel related stores.

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