I have to admit it – I am guilty of letting my phone and iPad die on occasion. I always think I have enough juice to do what I’m doing until I get that flashing red warning that I need a power source asap! It’s one thing if I’m at home near a power source, but when I’m out and about I panic about not being able to use my phone! Thankfully, with IOGEAR’s Mobile Power Station, I don’t have to worry about running out of power when I’m on the go.
I received IOGEAR’s GearPower Mobile Power Station 4400 for smartphones and tablets (Susan G. Komen Edition) for review. It’s a sleek lightweight battery pack that once fully charged can breathe life into dying electronics when you’re away from home (or any other power source). It includes 5 charger tips and is designed to work with USB powered mobile devices (smartphones, cameras, tablets, MP3 players etc.). It also comes with a protective carry pouch and coiled USB charging cable, and it easy to throw in your purse, diaper bag, car console, etc. The unit chargers in a standard outlet or through your computer’s USB slot. Checking the battery life of the unit is as easy as pressing a small button on the front of the unit that displays its power level through a lit indicator. It’s great to have on hand at all times, especially if you use a lot of apps on your iPhone!
Now through August 31, 2012, for every battery unit sold, IOGEAR will donate $3.50 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. So you can feel good about making a difference when purchasing the battery! You can buy the battery online on the IOGEAR site for $49.95.
IOGEAR is a company committed to providing innovative all-in-one computer connectivity solutions and support for users. Their goal is to provide economical, ecological and user-friendly tools for today’s sometimes-complicated technology solutions. They offer a 30 day return policy on all their products, so if a solution doesn’t work for you, just send it back for full credit!
You can learn more about what IOGEAR has to offer by visiting their website, liking the on Facebook and following them on Twitter. They also have a blog that has great articles on technology trends, gift ideas and more.
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.