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This week’s roundup includes a few ways to make sure you can power your iPhone on the (Pokémon) go. Read on!
The Rest Station (£48/$63 MSRP) is a leather and felted-wool coaster upon which you can place your Apple Watch or iPhone. You can charge your Apple Watch on the device, but mostly this product will make your accessories look really nice when you’re not carrying them around.
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The 64GB Lightning/USB Flash Drive ($60 MSRP; same price on Amazon) does pretty much what you expect—adding 64GB of storage to your iOS device, making it easy to transfer files like photos, music, and documents over to your computer, or vice-versa.
The Nico360 is billed as “the world’s smallest 360 camera.” The device lets you broadcast live video straight to your phone, and lets you capture an array of images, including HD video, time lapses, photo bursts, and more. A month remains in its Indiegogo crowdfunding phase, but the initial production goal has already been achieved. It can be yours for a $129 pledge.
Posh is an “exquisite and luxurious” charging cable notable for being available in a vast array of colors—gold, navy, rose, mint green among them—so you can stylize while accessorizing. Get one for $12 with an Indiegogo pledge.
The LifeCard ($49.95 MSRP; same price on Amazon) is about the size of a credit card and, yes, fits into your wallet. And it gives you “life” by holding 1,500 mAh of power in reserve, ready to charge up your fading iPhone in a hurry. It can restore up to 80 percent power on an iPhone 5 and 65 percent power on the iPhone 6.
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The PowerPack ($20 MSRP; same price on Amazon) is a 2,200 mAh backup battery—not thin enough for your wallet, maybe, but small enough to drop in your pocket until it comes time to plug in and give your iPhone a little extra life.
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