mophie has today released its newest wireless charger, the Charge Stream Pad+. Coming in at $ 60, this new offering puts out up to 10W of power, comes in two colors, and features a removable power cable.
Feel the power.
This RAVPower 12000mAh power bank is down to $ 13.79 with code 40PB061S3 on Amazon. The price is one of the lowest we’ve ever seen and matches a deal that died rather quickly a couple days ago. Without the code, it sells for around $ 23 so you’re saving a nice chunk off that.
The device has two charging ports with a combined 3.4A output that work with both iOS and Android phones. It only takes around five hours to fully recharge. Your devices will be protected from over-charge or short circuit, and there are four LED indicators to let you know how things are going. Users give this 4.2 stars based on 701 reviews.
When you travel, you get a good idea of the stuff it takes to keep your lifestyle going. It’s one thing to be surrounded by all the things you need at home, but it’s another to selectively pack them into a limited space with the expectation of maintaining the same standards. For me, the limiting factor has always been power: charging all my stuff means toting a pile of cables and bricks around.
Review: Satechi’s 75W charger has USB-C PD, Quick Charge, and extra ports to keep all your gadgets going was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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Wireless charging isn’t exactly new technology. Its existence can be traced back to over a hundred years ago when it was first discovered by no other than Nikola Tesla. Back then, it was used as a transformer circuit that produces high-voltage electricity. But fast forward to the 21st century, the technology has evolved into something called Qi wireless charging, in which people can juice up their smartphones with just a charging pad.
This activity used to be something that only Android users and Starbucks guests enjoyed. But now that Apple has adopted the tech, it has been catapulted into mainstream status. If you own any of the latest iPhones, or an advanced Android device (Samsung Galaxy S6/S7/Edge, Note 5, LG G4, Nexus 6, Motorola Droid Turbo, Nokia Lumia 1020/920/928), you can power up your phone sans the wires with a Qi wireless charger like the Takiso Walnut Qi Charger.
But this sleek-looking charger is more than meets the eye. It boasts of a slew of other features, including:
Handcrafted from North American walnut wood, this minimalist charger will blend seamlessly into your living room, bedside table, and workspace, yet it’s still compact enough to be lugged around everywhere.
Unlike traditional chargers, this one notifies you when your phone is still charging and when it’s finally fully juiced up, so you don’t have to check on it from time to time.
This fast-charging pad automatically disconnects your device once it reaches 100% to prevent overcharging and to increase the long-term life of your smartphone.
It is also equipped with smart technology that provides temperature control, surge protection, and short-circuit prevention, all working to prevent your precious smartphone from being damaged.
This stylish wireless charger normally costs $ 49.99, but iPhone Life readers can pick up the Takiso Walnut Qi Charger now for only $ 34.99, 30% off the original cost.
Chargers usually only use one type of fast charging technology – be it Qualcomm Quick Charge, OnePlus DashCharge, USB Power Delivery, or something else. If you want something that can charge nearly everything at a fast rate, ZeroLemon’s all-in-one brick is for you, and it’s $ 30 off right now from Amazon.
The charger doesn’t really have a name, besides the SEO alphabet soup listed on the Amazon page, but it has just about all the features you’d need.
[Deal Alert] Get the ZeroLemon USB-PD/QC 3.0 wall charger for $ 30 ($ 30 off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
T-Mobile has never officially sold Google’s Pixel phones, but T-Mo has encouraged its customers to bring their Pixels onto its network in the past with special offers. T-Mobile’s #BYOPixel offer for the Pixel 2 is no longer being offered, but Google is now running a deal of its own. The Google Store is now offering $ 200 back when you buy a Pixel 2 XL with Google Store Financing. With this financing, you’ll pay for the … [read full article]
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One of the most valuable additions to the MacBook was the MagSafe connector. Held to the computer by a small magnetic ring, it prevented an inevitable step on the power cable from bringing the computer to the floor. But with USB-C taking over as a charging option, the old risks of flying devices is back. […]
Until yesterday, Google had been offering anyone who purchased a Pixel 2 XL $ 100 in Google Store credit. But now, a new offer for the Pixel 2 XL has taken its place: a $ 200 statement credit when financed with Google Store Financing. A free 18W charger will be thrown in even if you don’t choose to finance.
The Google Store has only run one financing deal before, and that was a $ 75 credit on the Pixel when it was just already eight months old.
[Deal Alert] Pixel 2 XL now offered with $ 200 statement credit via Google Store Financing, free 18W charger was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
It’s frustrating when your iPhone dies on you when you’re nowhere near an outlet. Maybe you were expecting an important call while out for the day, or perhaps you were on a long hike about to reach the ideal spot for a beautiful photo—and then your phone dies. It’s situations like these that reveal the utility of a portable battery charger.
But a portable charger is just the start. Now, you can carry around multiple full recharges and be eco-friendly with the solar-powered portable battery charger. Anywhere there’s sunlight, you’ll have a self-recharging portable battery. All you have to do is leave it in the sun.
There is even more to this nifty gadget. Here is a full breakdown of what you’ll get when you pick up this solar-powered iPhone charger:
Feel like a long hike in the rain? This solar battery is perfect for any weather. It’s waterproof (just like your iPhone 7), so you can take it anywhere without worry if it gets wet.
Are you a rugged outdoor adventurer? The solar charger is designed to withstand the toughest exposure. Take it out next time you go rock climbing or mountain biking.
Join the green revolution by powering your iPhone with the sun! Need to recharge? Just place the charger’s solar cell in direct sunlight.
Charge Multiple Devices
The universal charger comes with two USB ports, which means you can charge your iPhone, iPad or e-reader at the same time.
No matter how active you are, this charger will quickly become your iPhone’s constant companion.
The universal portable battery normally costs $ 49.99. Right now, you can pick up this waterproof solar battery charger for only $ 13.99, over 70 percent off.