As one of the largest power bank companies worldwide, mophie continues to progress through expanding its catalog of various external batteries, structured for the different styles and events. Coming from the recent announcements of the company, obviously, part of them referred, of course, to charging the usual gadgets. However, the main target this time is different: cars.
According to rough, all of the mophie’s 4 brand new external batteries currently feature a design for shock resistance, made to handle any inactivity at any moment.
Powerstation Go of Mophie
One of mophie’s leading products of the groups comes with a robust along with a firm powerstation holding a battery of 8100 mAh. It’s also sold in a package together with contact cables for it to be used on starting a dead battery of a vehicle. Not only that, but the device holds two USB-A ports along with a flashlight that’s built-in as well, costing up to $100.
Powerstation Go Rugged AC
On a note relating to this, the powerstation go rugged ac of mophie delivers about relatively the same level of functionality (even the exact same contact cables for starting a car). Other than that, it also holds a fully functional AC power outlet, which holds power supplied up to 65 W. With that much power, it could even charge the 13” MacBooks Air/Pro, as an example.
Its battery contains power soaring to as high as 15,000 mAh along with a small screen for displaying information concerning the energy. Overall, it costs about $150.
Rugged Powerstation of Mophie
What makes it more interesting is that the rugged powerstation has an air compressor attached to it, which means that it brings integrated compressed air for the calibration of tires. It also contains a battery with the power of 15,000mAh, a small screen for displaying information, the flashlight, two USB-A ports, and some contact cables for starting the engine. Although, it does not have a power outlet. Overall, mophie priced it to $160.
Last but not the least, the robust powerstation. This time, its flashlight is shaped like the regular kind of flashlight. The power supplied in the external battery goes as high as 9,900 mAh. Although, there’s only one available USB-A port this time for charging the gadgets.
The robust powerstation of mophiealso has some contact cables coming along with it for the pacifiers. The difference from this between the others is shown from the power limitations. This one is only limited to about 12V/400A, which is a bit lesser than the other accessories that are limited to 12V/600A. The price tag for the flashlight shows that it costs about $120.
Mophie’s vehicle-focused power banks will deem to be of great use to the people who are currently and/or will stick with the traditional engine-running vehicles. If some plans come up, especially a long, long, road trip and/or adventure through deserts, forests, and such, these power banks will definitely save the day along with the road trips and adventures to come.