Exogear announces external battery with limitless capacity

Exogear announces external battery with limitless capacity

Here’s a new and rather interesting product coming out of Exogear – a battery that features unlimited capacity!

Designed to serve mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets the portable external battery, known as Exogear Exovolt Plus Battery Pack, consists of a number of smaller battery elements with each of them holding 5200 mAh of power. The main element also has four LEDs that show the total amount of power left as well as USB and Micro-USB ports used to connect devices to the battery. The main battery also has an on/off button used to start/stop the charging process. You can add an unlimited number of battery elements to the whole thing – thus making the battery with limitless capacity.

As of now the battery serves portable devices created by Apple best and has been designed for portable charging of smartphones and tablets offering 5V and 2A of power. The model also features a cable for Apple devices and a Micro-USB cable.

The Exogear Exovolt Plus Battery Pack costs 90 USD with each additional battery element costing an additional 50 USD.

Source: IXBT.com

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