Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
With so many iPhone 5 battery cases available in the market today, consumers are having a hard time buying the one that meets their power expectations and budget specifications. Buyers commonly look at the product’s price, battery’s capability, the case’s overall size and aspect, as well as the design chosen for the link between the battery case and the iPhone 5. Most such products are priced very similarly, at around $80, making the choice all the more difficult.
Since price and in-built battery capability are somewhat similar, the last discerning factor is the overall look of the battery case. So far, there aren’t all that many iPhone 5 battery cases that manage to match the smartphone’s sleek design. The same goes for the connection between the battery pack and the iPhone 5’s default battery. The Lightning port in iPhone 5 requires specific connection solutions, but not many are elegant.
The PowerSkin Pop’n iPhone 5 Battery case was released earlier this year and it is one of the products designed specifically for iPhone 5’s Lightning connection.
The external battery for iPhone 5 comes with a curled connector made of rubber that does look quite elegant compared with other similar products. It does feature a micro USB that makes it compatible with Nexus 4G, Samsung Infuse, Motorola Atrix 2, DROID RAZR M, a bunch of Sony Xperias, Galaxy Notes, BlackBerrys and Nokia Lumias.
The battery case is available in two colors (black and white) and will set you back $80 (the iPhone 5 version) or $70 (the micro USB version).
The Pop’n iPhone 5 battery case is an attachable 2000 mAh external battery that increases the device’s standard life by 70 percent (talk time). A battery test by iLounge showed the external battery delivered “an 87% charge to a fully drained iPhone 5; this is better than the 70% claim on PowerSkin’s web site, and right in line with other battery packs”.
It adds only 10mm to the iPhone 5’s size and weighs only 86 grams. The Pop’n just sticks to the iPhone 5’s back panel using suction cups. At 5(L) x 2.2(W) x 0.41(H) inches, the Pop’n is not as tall as the iPhone 5 so it allows for hassle-free usage of the back camera.
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