The Smart Power comes in six colors and had 5200 mAh of power inside. The battery is intelligent and works with an appavailable for iOS and Android devices. That app monitors your battery status and will notify you when you need to charge.
The app also calculates the battery capacity and has LED indicators to show how much power it has left. The output has 2.1A so it will work with most tablets and smartphones. The battery measures 4.2" x 1/7" x 1". The Smart Power will be on display during CES. The battery will launch in February for $79.99.
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