Mophie-branded MagSafe batteries and support hit the Apple Store

The American props maker Mophie, part of Zagg, offers several new products on the Apple Store.

Let’s start with the Powerstation 10K charging base with MagSafe, a 10,000 mAh battery equipped with a MagSafe-certified charger allowing you to charge a compatible iPhone at 15W wirelessly and equipped with a USB-C port delivering 20W (it will also be used for recharging) and a small integrated stand in order to have an inclined charger (practical on a desk to keep an eye on your smartphone). The USB-C port on the side allows the battery to be charged during use in stand mode and there is a 1/4 inch screw thread on the bottom part to use a tripod. The Powerstation 10K charging base with MagSafe is currently sold at a slightly steep price of 149.95 euros (you have to pay for the MagSafe certification).

Mophie batteries and MagSafe support hit the Apple Store

The manufacturer also offers the Powerstation (7.6 x 5.6 x 2.5 centimeters) and Powerstation Mini (7.6 x 4 x 2.5 centimeters), two external batteries with an aluminum frame. The Powerstation has a capacity of 10,000 mAh and two USB-C ports capable of delivering 24W in total (or 20W on a single port), where the Powerstation Mini is satisfied with a capacity of 5,000 mAh and a USB-C port delivering 20W. Mophie’s Powerstation and Powerstation Mini batteries are already available at the respective prices of 66.95 and 44.95 euros on the Apple Store.

Mophie batteries and MagSafe support hit the Apple Store

Finally, there is also the Powerstation Pro XL battery (19.6 x 8.6 x 2.3 centimeters) with a capacity of 25,000 mAh and equipped with three USB-C ports delivering up to 120W in total (or up to 100, 45 and 20W per port) , GaN Speedport 120-4 power adapter offering 3 USB-C ports (100W for the first two and 25W for the last) and a USB-A port (12W) delivering 120W in total, as well as the travel version including the mains adapter, a USB-C to USB-C, a USB-C to Lightning cable and a carrying case.

Mophie batteries and MagSafe support hit the Apple Store

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