Techmophie Powerstation AC: Charge Your Laptop On-the-Go

mophie Powerstation AC: Charge Your Laptop On-the-Go

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Keep the power on without having to rush to find a wall outlet, thanks to the newly announced mophie Powerstation AC, an external battery with high-capacity and an AC power option.

The Powerstation AC comes with a whopping 22,000 mAh battery, and it features 30W USB-PD charging technology so you can charge most USB-C devices at up to six times faster than standard chargers. Thanks to the 100W AC port, you’re able to plug-in a laptop to charge while you’re out and about without having to hunt down an available wall outlet.

The device is also smarter than the average portable charger, too, as it uses Priority+ Charging that provides pass-through power to any device connected to the USB-A port before the AC battery begins recharging.

The unit also has an interesting physical design, thanks to its premium fabric wrap that gives it a bit of style. It also has an LED power indicator that allows you to check charging status and battery levels.

The Powerstation AC weighs 4.44 ounces, and measures 7.5 x 4.5 x 1.1 inches.

Its price tag is a bit hard to swallow, though, as it’s available now directly from mophie for $199.95 (and we imagine it’ll be available on Amazon soon, too). Still, mophie products are generally well-praised and highly rated, so we have to imagine that the price is worth it. If the charger allows me to watch multiple episodes of Black Mirror on my laptop without having to be tethered to a wall, count me in.

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