Mophie Powerstation Plus

Nov 24, 2014

Category: Tech

What does it say about society that we no longer find fast food fast enough for us? That’s probably too deep a question for us to handle, but we do know that people are hungry for anything that gets them on their phones faster.

The Mophie Powerstation Plus promises to do just that, as it features include 2.4 amp charging, which results in a speed 2-4 times faster than typical smartphone chargers. The plate of aerospace-grade aluminum conceals an integrated Lightning (or micro USB) cable as well as an integrated USB plug for charging the device, so you can leave your cables at home. The device also enables pass-through charge and sync while connected to a computer, so the juice is sent to your device first, then the Powerstation plus unit recharges itself. [Purchase]

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