Next month, the first phase of a new solar plant will open in Morocco—and when it’s finished, it will cover an area even larger than the country’s capital city of Rabat.
Portable chargers have become as ubiquitous a smartphone accessory as cases, and rarely do they include any genuine innovation anymore—but the Quarter does. It’s the first backup battery that can be charged using your MacBook’s power adapter, giving you enough juice to revive a dead iPhone in just 15 minutes.
There’s no such thing as having too much battery life, and we’ve spotted several fantastic USB battery pack deals, including a pair or Aukey chargers for $5, and one of Anker’s new PowerCore models (which would be suitable for charging a USB-C MacBook) for $23.
One day, all of the small electronics in our homes will run off built-in batteries and ubiquitous wireless charging, but until then, Eneloops are the best option we have. You named these your favorite rechargeable batteries by a mile in a recent Kinja Co-Op, and they’re by far the best selling batteries
By now, most of you probably have a USB battery pack or two to keep your phones charged, and that’s great! But I’m willing to bet most of them won’t start your car if its battery dies.
If you’ve owned an iPhone 6 for the last year, its battery is probably starting to show some age. Hell, even early iPhone 6s reviews say that battery life hasn’t really changed vs. the previous generation. Luckily, you can take matters into your own hands with this $20 MFi-certified battery case. That’s the best price we’ve ever seen for this kind of thing. [1byone 3100mAh iPhone 6/6s Battery Case, $20 with code KRVPRXFJ]
Intocircuit’s Power Castle line of chargers is one of the most popular on the market, and their 11,200mAh model is down to $13 today. That’s a great price for 3-4 full smartphone charges. [Intocircuit 11200mAh Dual USB Portable External Battery, $13 with code EWABW9UB]http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BB5GQRE/…