At one third the weight & double the power of anything else on the market, River is an amazingly versatile portable power supply. It’s got a mega-capacity Li-ion battery (116,000 mAh with a total output of 500 watts) that will charge every device you own, multiple times. For ports, there are 2 USB Quickcharge 2.0, 2 USB, 2 USB Type C, 2 AC Outlets, 2 DC Outlets, & a 12V car port. It can be charged by AC, the car port, or an optional solar panel.
Slim, compact Powrtabs provide portable power for your Lightning & MicroUSB devices. Inside the flat, compostable cardboard packaging is a thin recyclable Li-Ion battery that comes pre-charged with enough juice to give your phone about 4 hours of life or a full charge for most headphones.
The Charge 10 from BioLite is a weather-resistant, pocket-size 2600mAh USB power supply that will reboot your phone with a full charge or your action camera with 1-2 charges. It recharges itself via Micro USB.
Finally some good news for fans of Samsung phones: the S8 is out. Its most striking feature is the 5.8-inch infinity display that bends seamlessly to wrap around the entire face of the phone. There are also no physical buttons, allowing the wraparound screen to cover 80% of the phone. There’s also Bixby, Samsung’s onboard AI assistant that both responds to your voice & reads what’s on your screen. The new S8 will be available April 21.
Sony went big with the Xperia XZ Premium. Its 5.5” 4K HDR display has 801 ppi resolution—roughly twice that of iPhone 7 Plus and the 19MP camera can shoot at ridiculous frame rates up to 960 fps. IP68 waterproofing and dust resistance ensure that the Snapdragon 835 processor will run smoothly in all environments. No word on the price yet, but with this build sheet, you can guess it’ll be a lot more than that new Nokia 3310.
Nokia brought back a classic. The iconic 3310 has been reimagined for 2017 but retains much of the original awesomeness, including that 1-month battery life. They’ve added a 2MP camera w/LED flash, 2G connectivity for talk & text, a headphone jack for the onboard FM radio or your tunes—with a MicroSD slot to store up to 32GB.
The pocket-size Dart is the world’s smallest & lightest laptop charger. With 65W output it’s compatible with most major PC laptops—anything with a USB Type-C port, including the 2016 MacBooks and all your other USB devices. Its 100-240V support also means it can be used anywhere in the world.
Mophie’s latest backup power cases for iPhone 7 & 7 Plus, the Juice Pack Air extends your phone’s battery life to 27 & 33 hours respectively & offers wireless charging using Charge Force technology. Compatible with Qi and other wireless charging systems, you simply set it down on any charger for a cable-free recharge.
Here’s a sweet solution for your headphone jackless iPhone 7 & it looks better than Apple’s adapter. The Auxillite is a tubular aluminum adapter that sits flush with your Lightning port. On one end there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack & on the other, another Lighting port. Sleek & simple.
Using magnets that align perfectly with the metal back of your iPhone 7 & 7Plus, the Hold Force base case from Mophie gives you the option to attach the Powerstation Plus mini for 400mAh of backup power. You can also add the magnetic wallet or folio to keep your cards & cash handy & attached securely to your phone.