Nexpaq Modular Smartphone Case

Apr 30, 2015

Category: Tech

We’re at a day and age now when our smartphone cases should do more than just protect our precious phones, right? Check out the Nexpaq modular smartphone case, a smarter phone case that has a built in 1,000 mAh battery and six module slots that can be customized to fit your specific needs.

It works similarly to what we imagine Project Ara will be like, in that buyers can pick and choose the six modules they want for their phone. There are already quite a few modules available, including a 400 mAh battery, an amplified speaker, a microSD card reader, a temperature plus humidity sensor, a 32GB flash drive, a powerful flashlight with six multi-color LEDS, a laser pointer (you know, to mess with your cat), a breathalyzer, and an air quality sensor. The Nexpaq will work with iPhone 6, Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S6 Edge at launch, with more devices to come later. The Nexpaq is currently being funded on Kickstarter, and has already reached $40k of its initial $50k goal with 29 days to go. [Purchase]

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