Add extra runtime your iPhone 5
If you have an iPhone 5 and you want more runtime through your device, a new cases service called the Mojo Hi5. Unlike some of the other battery cases on the market, this one doesn't have to have the battery attached if you don't need. The case portion that wraps around your iPhone is a typical rigid plastic case that promises to protect from drops and scratches.
That plastic case has little knobs on the back that you can attach the battery pack to adding additional runtime to your smartphone. The battery pack has 2500 mAh promising to double the runtime the iPhone 5. The power bank battery measures 4.95-inches by 2.38-inches by 0.72-inches and weighs 2.69 ounces. The case on its own adds 0.66 ounces to the weight.
The Hi5 case is available in black or white colors in the batteries silver. The case is available for pre-order right now for $79.90 with an estimated ship date of December 8.
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