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Accessory maker Mophie today announced a new line of Powerstation battery packs with multiple charging ports, including a USB-C port with both input and output functionality, meaning that it can be used to both charge the battery pack itself and charge connected devices like an iPhone or iPad.

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In addition to USB-C, the battery packs have either one or two USB-A ports depending on the model for charging multiple devices simultaneously. Each has a fabric design with an LED indicator for charging status and battery life.

The new 2019 line is available in multiple capacities and colors as follows:Powerstation mini: 5,000mAh. One USB-C and one USB-A port. Available for $39.95 in Black, Gray, Navy, Hot Pink, and Light Blue.
Powerstation: 10,000mAh. One USB-C and one USB-A port. Available for $49.95 in Black, Gray, Navy, and Pink.
Powerstation XL: 15,000mAh. One USB-C and two USB-A ports. Available for $59.95 in Black and Gray.
Powerstation XXL: 20,000mAh. One USB-C and two USB-A ports. Available for $69.95 in Black.The battery packs are available now on Mophie.com and will be available at Best Buy, Verizon, and T-Mobile retail stores across the United States.

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Article Link: Mophie Announces 2019 Lineup of Powerstation Battery Packs for iPhones, iPads, and More
 

nutmac

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$70 for 20,000 mAh is starting to make sense. Still a premium price but Mophie used to charge obscene amount of money (well over $100).
 

RWil85

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Need to know the max total output possible and the max output for each port - if favorable, I’d pick up one of the larger ones.

Sad to say that for that price - 1. I doubt it is USB-C PD and 2. I bet simultaneous charging rates are trash.

I hope the opposite is true and they’d have a purchase instantly if so.
 
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haruhiko

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Very vague about the specs - what is the total output and output for each port? Is it USB-PD? (I assume so?)
 

skys15

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Let me guess...not 2170 cells? It’s 2019 people. Not even PD? Haha.
 
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