WonderCube 1-Inch Mobile Accessory

Mar 16, 2015

Category: Tech

The next time you’re forced to defend that old adage “big things come in small packages” (we won’t ask why), point to the WonderCube. Taking up just one cubic inch of space, this mighty mite delivers a multitude of mobile accessories.

The features include a flexible foldout 3” USB cord and both Micro-USB and Lightning cable options; a hidden microSD slot for your memory card; charging capabilities with space for a necessary 9-volt battery that yields 3.5 hours of talk time; kickstand action via micro-suction cups that stick to the back of your phone; and a built-in LED flashlight. The Indiegogo campaign is seeking $50,000 in funding, with early-bird backers being able to grab one now for $49. Shipping is scheduled for August. [Purchase]

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