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A great accessory for the MacBook Air and other ultraportable computers. Plug it in to your computer’s USB port and in return you get three USB 3.0 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port and a 10w USB port for charging mobile devices.
The FINsix laptop charger is delightfully small and light. It will be available in Summer 2014 and will have MacBook and Windows laptop versions. The Windows charger will have several charging connectors and a 2.4A USB charging port as well.
Larger variants of the PowerPot. The PowerPot X & XL have an improved USB regulator with 2 USB ports. They can charge a single device at 10W or 2 devices at once at 5W. The X has a 2.3L capacity while the XL has a 3.8L capacity.
The thingCharger is an adapter for power outlets. It has 2 USB ports at the bottom and interchangeable charging adapters on top. It comes with a 30-pin, a micro-USB and a mini-USB adapter. Lightning adapter optional.
A portable USB charger shaped like two oxygen tanks. It has a 6,000 mAh battery, enough to charge an iPhone 5 four times, and LED gauge. SwitchEasy should’ve run with the theme and made it attachable to the back of phones.
Similar to the BioLite Camp Stove, the FlameStower has a generator that turns heat into electricity, letting you charge devices via any open fire. It can’t be used as a stove, but it is cheaper and smaller than the Camp Stove.
A case for the iPad that’s only about a third of an inch thick yet has a built-in 13,000 mAh battery, enough to fully charge the iPad’s own battery. It charges in just one hour and has a USB port for charging other devices.
The best looking charger we’ve laid our hands on, the slimline Jackery Air has a 5000 mAh battery which can juice up most smartphones 2x to 3x, and packaged in an anodized aluminum shell. Also comes in Mini and Giant versions.
A neat cable management tool that keeps up to eight charger cables tangle-free and within reach. It’s handmade out of birch, birch plywood and oak plywood. It also has felt feet so it won’t scratch your furniture.
If the VOTO doesn’t answer your charge-while-camping needs fast enough, Point Source Power’s new HALO Fuel Cell should. HALO is an outdoor power station that fits directly on fuel canisters to charge 2 USB compatible devices.
Like the PowerPot, Point Source Power’s VOTO chargers convert heat into electricity. It uses biomass-based fuel cells that you leave directly on a fire. Once charged, its handle can be used to charge other gadgets or used as a flashlight.
Accessory Power’s Revive PowerUp 4P makes your vehicle’s cigarette lighter/DC outlet more useful. Plug it in and you get 2 USB ports and 2 more DC outlets. It also has a fuse for surge protection. Video demo here.
Extend the functionality of your BioLite Camp Stove with the Portable Grill add-on. Simply align the fuel intake lid over the mouth of the stove to attach the grill. It comes with a plastic travel cover.
A convenient way to juice up your gadgets in your car, this flat, tangle-free cable can extend to up to 24 inches, and comes in either micro-USB or Apple 30-pin variants, both with a secondary USB port.
The upgraded Portable Charging Station really lives up to its name. It still has a 4-port USB hub and cable organizers, but now it also has a 5200mAh battery so you can recharge even without an outlet.
The designers from New York’s PENSA! envision an easily installed urban street lamp which uses solar energy to drive its LED lights, offering built-in USB gadget charging, and an optional seating area.