USBCell

Moixa
Type Private company
Industry Design, Technology and Research
Founded 2004
Headquarters London
Key people Simon Daniel, CEO
Products Consumer Technology
Website www.moixa.com

Moixa is a British company that originally invented/licensed a foldable computer keyboard for use with PDA devices. The name Moixa is an inversion of the Greek word axiom (αξιωμα axioma).

The company has recently launched the Moixa Energy brand which produces a NiMH rechargeable battery called USBCell. The batteries include a USB connector to allow recharging using a powered USB port.[1] The USBCell AA product, launched on September 19, 2006, has been shortlisted as a finalist for a UK Design Week Award for best consumer product design of 2006.

References

External links

  • Moixa Group Website
  • Moixa Energy website
  • USBCELL Battery website
  • External Keyboard Site


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