madmax2069 wrote:Seeing how a VMU loves to eat batteries This seems like a worthwile investment. But when dealing with rechargable lith ion batteries always take caution with them even more so then with a lithium primary (non rechargable). But even more caution when dealing with Cheap/no brand Lithium ion batteries and chargers (risk of fire).
Thanks for the warning. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any name-brand batteries of this kind. I guess I'll just have to risk it.
pcwzrd13 wrote:Well, after some careful consideration I have come to the conclusion that it's probably not worth it. SNIP
pcwzrd13 wrote:Sure thing. I did hear that they don't last as long as the regular batteries but I really can't compare since I never really sat down and played with the VMU for any significant length of time.
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