Check out Mophie’s Newest Powerstation Devices!


If you’ve ever been caught outdoors with a dying battery and zero access to a charging station, then you might want to look into what Mophie has to offer. ZAGG’s smartphone charging accessory brand has recently launched a new batch of powerstation models designed to bring users fast and efficient charging solutions for their tech. The new products include the Mophie Powerstation, Powerstation XL, and Powerstation Pro AC.

According to Brad Bell, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing for ZAGG:

“As a leader in portable power, we recognize people’s need to power more of the digital devices that keep them connected. As consumer habits evolve, mophie adapts to deliver the most advanced charging solutions that are safe, convenient, fast, and efficient.”

Powerstation ($49.95)

First up we have the Mophie powerstation, which provides portable power for your digital devices, thanks to Its USB-C PD port with 20W of fast-charging support. It also has two USB-A ports, as well as an internal 10,000 mAh battery. When the 2 USB-A ports and the USB-C port are used simultaneously, the powerstation provides a combined output of up to 15W.

Powerstation XL ($59.95)

A somewhat larger option, the Powerstation XL’s fast 20W USB-C PD output can provide relatively fast charging support for your devices. Users can also charge two additional devices at once using the dual USB-A ports, and the built-in 20,000 mAh battery is more than enough for demanding charging sessions. Users can charge three devices at once with the USB-C PD port and two USB-A ports too.

Powerstation Pro AC ($199.95)

Last but not the least is the Powerstation pro AC, which provides up to 130W of combined power from four ports—AC, USB-C, USB-C, and USB-A, which tap into the large 27,000 mAh battery inside. Users can charge multiple devices at once like a tablet, laptop, phone, camera batteries, or even electrical appliances like a fan. The built-in USB-C PD port also provides fast-charging power, in addition to the 60W USB-C PD Fast Charge feature.

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Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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