Mophie Powerstation Plus XL Power Bank

Jul 19, 2018

Category: Tech

Not too long ago, Belkin released a power bank with an Apple Lightning port and now Mophie is stepping up its game as well. Mophie upgraded their Powerstation lineup, so you can get rid of that extra Micro USB cable when you’re out and about.

This 10,000 mAh portable battery comes with an Apple Lightning connector and integrated Lightning cable, along with a 10W USB-A output, so that you can top off your devices when power outlets are out of sight. Also, you can charge two devices at the same time with this battery, making it a reliable safety net. Mophie also decided to take it a step further because now you can recharge this power bank via wireless charging pad or a Qi-compatible charger. When you’re ready to store it, the integrated cable tucks neatly into the side of the battery.

Purchase: $100

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