Do you like cats? Got some electronic devices that need charging? Then have I got something for you! These battery packs from Japan look just like cat heads. And just like real cats, they’re kind of weird.
Do you need more power? Of course, you do. A power bank is a good idea to keep your phone charged up while on the go. And as far as portable battery packs go, this officially-licensed Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite power bank is one of the coolest.
Back in the day, there were a couple of summers I worked construction with a family friend. What I remember about those summers was miserable Texas heat and how many of the guys on the crew drank piping hot coffee even when it was literally 110-degrees outside.
Your smartphone’s battery running out is very frustrating. We can never have enough power. We’re always topping off and charging up. It’s an endless cycle. Our smartphones are always on the cusp of dying. Well, if you want to chat with other people about your smartphone’s battery life, the Die With Me smartphone app will cost you a $1 and it only works when your battery life is less than 5%.
If you find yourself outdoors a lot, you can often find yourself without the power you need to keep your gadgets charged up. If you’re looking for the ultimate way to ensure you never run out of juice, check out the Renogy Phoenix Generator.
Pokémon GO is fun, but as players know, the game will drain your battery super fast. Spencer Kern to the rescue. He has created the most amazing Pokémon-themed battery charging station ever.
To create this Pokécenter charging station, he used a combination of woodwork, 3D printing and some electronics.
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These days, cars offer all sorts of built-in technology to improve driver safety and convenience. But there are some automotive gadgets that you’ll want to consider adding after the fact too.
Now your greasy fingers have something new to filth up. KFC knows that your phone needs a charge and they are willing to help with a device charger bjilt into your take-out box.
Sadly, like many cool and unusual things, we in America are left out.
At first glance, you might think this Warcraft inspired Doomhammer is something meant for cosplay or dress up. It’s actually a portable battery that will keep your gadgets from doom by charging up their batteries while you’re on the go.
Like most electronic devices, drones and multicopters are plagued by poor battery life. Intelligent Energy hopes to change that within the next few years with its hydrogen fuel cells, which can power a drone for up to 2 hours and can be refilled within minutes.
Danish company infinityPV is working on what it claims is the world’s most compact solar charger. The HeLi-on is just 4.4″ long yet packs a battery and a long solar panel that rolls into its slim body, thanks to the company’s organic solar cell technology.
Last January, we checked out Columbus Circle’s external battery and microSD card reader that looks just like a Famicom controller, down to the clickable buttons. Turns out it’s called a Retcon Battery, meaning Retro Controller Battery.
Enlighten Today is working on the smartphone battery equivalent of hard drive enclosures. The Better Re is a housing that turns used phone batteries into external battery packs. Not only does this reduce waste and make the most out of what would otherwise be hazardous waste materials, it also means you have an expandable battery pack that could last a lifetime.
The inventors of CoBattery claim that they’re bringing one of the basic features of mobile devices back to the iPhone 5, 5S and 6: the ability to swap batteries. CoBattery is a charger and case combo that comes with two removable 3200mAh batteries and a charging dock.