IPhone 4 NuCharge Case From IKit Debuts

Posted: Feb 3 2011, 8:37am CST | by , in News | Apple

iPhone 4 NuCharge Case from iKit Debuts
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New iPhone 4 battery case debuts

iKit has launched a new case for the iPhone 4 called the NuCharge case. The case has a battery inside it and will fit both the Verizon and AT&T iPhone smartphones. The NuCharge looks really nice with a black body and what appears to be brushed metal trim on the back.

Inside the case is a 1400mAh battery that can be turned on and off to conserve power when you don’t need it. The front of the case has LED indicators to show you how much power is left in the battery. The outside of the case is covered in a rubber material for better grip.

The NuCharge is only two ounces and 6mm thick making it very compact. It also has a small kickstand on the back to prop the iPhone up for watching landscape mode video. You can pre-order right now for $64.95 with shipments to start March 10.

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