While OtterBox is known for its rugged phone and tablet cases, on Thursday it introduced a line of rugged, fast-charging power banks with wireless charging. There are also wall chargers and car chargers designed to quickly power mobile devices.
Our digital lives revolve around having enough power, so we rounded up some of the best deals on charging gear for your shopping convenience. These juicy deals range from high-capacity backup batteries and a six-port USB charging hub, to a voice-controlled outlet and a car charger with four USB ports.
Even better, all of these charging accessories are discounted by more than half.
The end of winter is coming into sight, and that means the beginning of road trip season is just around the corner. And right now at the Cult of Mac Store, you’ll find the gear and gadgets you need to for smooth sailing on your upcoming road trips.
We’ve got a plug-in charger that’s also a car locator, a fighter jet-style head-up display, a Kevlar-lined USB cable, and a flexible-yet-sturdy mount for your mobile phone. Read on for details on these deals.
We take our iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and MacBooks everywhere with us, which means there are that many more chances for a dead battery (and a lot fewer available outlets). Whether at home, in a packed car, on a plane or in another country, these Apple chargers will make sure you’ve got access to power when you need it.
Whether it’s in the car, at the office, or anywhere else, sometimes it’s best to just have the phone, tablet or watch where they can be seen while our hands are busy doing other things.
Bobine makes a series of charging grips for iPhone and Apple Watch that are designed to keep your devices where you need them. They’re tough, stylish and perfect for any conceivable use. And they’re on sale now at Cult of Mac Deals. Take a look:
My truck’s getting up in years and lacks many of the conveniences of a late-model vehicle. Forget about an in-dash touchscreen monitor — it doesn’t even have a USB port.
That means I’m stuck using a cigarette lighter adapter to charge my iPhone (which serves as my GPS on many trips). I’ve tried and enjoyed Gosin’s four-port charger, which is awesome for those rare times I’ve got a handful of devices to juice up, but that portly wonder juts out fairly far into the truck’s cabin. Like my truck itself, it is functional but slightly unsightly.
And then there’s the svelte Scosche reVolt dual car charger. Its disarming good looks have ruined me.
Cars play a key role in how we use our digital devices, like providing the perfect way for listening music, convenient ways to take hands free calls, and keeping our phones charged up. There’s still more that can be done though, and we’ve rounded up the car charging stations to prove it.
While preparing to move to another city, I recently came across my very first car charger. It was the size of a brick, about as heavy, and in the middle of it was a fuse. With it, me and my ’98 Malibu were unstoppable – unless, of course, the fuse blew.
So it is with amazement and amusement I write about a product that claims to be the world’s smallest and most powerful car charger. The reVOLT and reVOLT Dual by SCOSCHE offers 12 watts of power sitting flush in your car’s power socket.