• Model: PDA-300LI
  • Catalog #: 55042386

Dantona 3.7V/1250mAh Li-poly Battery for Mitac Mio™ GPS

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Don't get lost!
Use this battery in your Mio GPS when it's battery replacement time. It's compatible with Mio C210, C220, C220s, C230 and C250 models. It can be used to replace Mitac E4MT081202B12, 027260EOC and CS-MIOC220L batteries.
  • Delivers 3.7 volts with a capacity of 1250mAh
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Summary

Don't get lost! Use this battery in your Mio GPS when it's battery replacement time. It's compatible with Mio C210, C220, C220s, C230 and C250 models. It can be used to replace Mitac E4MT081202B12, 027260EOC and CS-MIOC220L batteries.
  • Delivers 3.7 volts with a capacity of 1250mAh

Tech Specs

Use this battery in your Mio GPS when it's battery replacement time. It's compatible with Mio C210, C220, C220s, C230 and C250 models. It can be used to replace Mitac E4MT081202B12, 027260EOC and CS-MIOC220L batteries.

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