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Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation


$100.00 Released September, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of powering any USB powered device, including the thirsty iPad. Slick look. Attempts to match the Apple design / aesthetic.

The Cons:Poor capacity for the price.

The Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation is a portable external battery designed to offer on-the-go charging to a wide variety of Apple devices. It can charge at 500 mAh, 1A and 2.1A to a maximum of 3600 mAh while its advanced battery cell ensures faster charging than traditional USB chargers.

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Additionally, the Powerstation features built-in short circuit, overcharge and temperature protection.

The Powerstation is compatible with any generation iPhone or iPod touch as well as the iPad, offering on-the-go power boosts while its USB pass-through mode allows users to charge their Apple device and the Powerstation simultaneously. Its high-density, high-output advanced battery cell allows the Powerstation to charge devices at speeds of up to 2 amps. Meanwhile, the Powerstation's built-in short-circuit, overcharge and temperature protection ensure a longer-lasting device while also eliminating the risk of damaging any connected device.

Features

  • 3600 mAh device
  • Compatible with any generation Apple iPhone, iPod touch & iPad
  • Advanced battery cell charges at 2 amps
  • Built-in short circuit, overcharge and temperature protection
  • Smart battery technology turns off the device when nothing is connected
  • 6 LED charge status indicator
  • 1 year limited warranty

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    capable of powering any USB powered device, including the thirsty iPad

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    slick look

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    attempts to match the Apple design / aesthetic

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    battery charge indicator

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    designed specifically for use with the iPad - good size and charge capacity

Cons
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    poor capacity for the price

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