Pros: 1. Good capacity
2. Low internal drain
3. Support picky and demanding digital cameras (such as 9MP Fuji)
4. Batteries stay relatively cool while being recharged (6-8 hr charge).
Cons: Somewhat pricey, but you pay for quality.
Overall Review: For people who complain about these batteries having insufficient capacity: wake up, you are dealing with AAA cells that are smaller than AA and PHYSICALLY (and chemically, too) cannot have the same capacity! Go back to school! There are NO AAA cells that have capacities anywhere near 2000mAh. The old Ni-Cad AAA cells barely had 300-500mAh and the famous memory effect.
Pros: They're rechargeable. Made by Energizer, 900mAh. They charge fairly fast.
Cons: The cost more than regular batteries. They arrived with 30% charge, not really a big deal.
Overall Review: I don't like buying batteries, so I get rechargeable batteries for all my devices. Saves money, they're convenient, and I do my part in saving the environment.
Pros: Just as any other rechargeable batteries.
Cons: Too bad AAA doesn't get more than 1000mAh.
Pros: 900mah,Energizer brand, shiny :D
Cons: none so far
Overall Review: My mp3 player's original 850mah batteries gave me about 4 hours playback time, I got these 900 mah energizer batts hoping i could maybe get 6-7 hours...but alas i still get less than 5 hours.
Pros: Rechargeable batteries, goes well with my Energizer recharger. :)
Pros: 900mAh is good for a remote control.
Cons: Not enough power.
Overall Review: You should really consider shooting for a 2200 or more mAh if you really want to power up your gadgets "digital cameras, cd players, etc etc." for more than a couple of minutes. I've always recommended 2500 mAh batteries and I personally wouldn't go any lower than 2200. A 2200 mAh battery I think will operate a digital comera for more than 250 taken pictures if continuously being used.