Tagged: battery

myCharge HubPlus C Portable Charger Review

Looking for a portable battery solution for your USB-C devices that handles all of the wiring for you? Well myCharge may just have what you are looking for with their HubPlus C Portable Charger. The HubPlus C Portable Charger is a 6700mAh rechargeable battery with built-in wall prongs, a micro-USB cable and a USB-C cable. You also have a USB port, opening up your charging possibilities even further. With the USB port and cables combined,...

Nyko Power Shell Case for Nintendo Switch – Review

With the Nintendo Switch being designed as a console for both the home and on-the-go, all kinds of accessories were produced to protect the $300 portable system. Right off the bat, you have to think about the safest way to bring your Nintendo Switch from point A to point B. However, once you get to your destination, you then have to wonder how much playing time you will actually have away from an outlet. Well,...

Omnicharge Omni 20 Smart Powerbank Review

It’s time to cover another portable powerbank solution! This time around, this portable powerbank gives you a bit more than just fast charging USB ports. How would you like a powerbank with two fast charging USB ports, a two-way barrel port for charging in both directions, and a 3-prong outlet ready for any small appliance you have on-hand? Enter the Omnicharge Omni 20, a smart powerbank that stopped us in our tracks at CES 2017. The Omnicharge Omni 20 is...

TYLT ENGERGI PRO Power BackBack Review

TYLT has a wide range of powering solutions for all kinds of tech users, whether you’re mainly stationed in an office or you’re a heavy mobile device user on the go. Where TYLT thrives is in the portability of their products as well as the functionality of their products. We’ve covered our fair share of TYLT products, so it’s exciting to take a look at an upgraded model of a product we covered in the...

Full of Energi – TYLT Energi Charging Backpack Review

On our trip to Pax Prime, we had the chance to take this urban warrior’s utility pack through its paces. The TYLT Energi backpack is not just a bag that has specific compartments for any device or accessory you could imagine. It gets it’s name of Energi for its ability to charge up to three devices simultaneously and neatly through a well-planned cable management system. And just in case you need your NFC-capable phone to do perform...