Raving about Ravean
This week’s roundup of iOS accessories includes a new line of coats from Ravean. How are they iOS accessories? Well, they include backup batteries to charge your iPhone while you’re out and about. Read on!
The $50 Quarter Super Charge Power Bank is a super-thin external battery: It’s 12.5-mm thick, can charge your phone in 15 minutes, and has a button-free design.
The $50 Danboard Portable Dual Port Charger has a capacity of 10400mAh and is equipped with a dual-USB output; the unit turns off when charging is complete. It comes with a handy carrying pouch.
Need a last-minute gift for the skater in your life? The $250 GSB Blazer and $300 GSB Spinner are skateboards with Bluetooth speakers built right-in. Both have a 50mm driver and passive radiator so you can feel the bass under your feet. The main difference? Size: The Blazer is 26 inches; the Spinner 31.25 inches.
The HyperLink wristband for Apple Watch is designed to be comfortable: It’s breathable, dissipates heat, and doesn’t pinch or catch arm hairs. Oh, and it looks pretty good, too.
The Ravean is a jacket with a built-in backup battery that lets you charge your phone while you’re on the go. It comes in two models: $199 for the heated down jacket with hood, and $129 for the heated hoodie. It’s an accessory and a very functional piece of clothing.
The $200 Solar Paper “is the world’s smallest solar charger for the amount of potential wattage it can generate. Solar Paper can reliably charge your smartphone in about 2.5 hours on a sunny day.” It’s thin, lightweight, and eco-friendly.
The $350 Sony HD Pico Mobile Projector connects to your mobile devices, and projects a 1920-by-720 HD picture. It also features a built-in 3400mAh battery, which can be used as a backup battery for your iPhone or iPad.
The $130 10-port Super USB Charging Dock lets you charge 10 mobile devices at once. It’s even small enough to take on the road as a travel companion to charge all your iOS devices. It’s available in both black and white.
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