[CES 2013] It is always nice to see Kickstarter projects gain enough backers and turned into reality, and the ChargeCard is one of them. In fact the team behind the ChargeCard is at CES, where they were demonstrating their “baby” by offering a hands-on with those who are interested. To summarize, the ChargeCard, measuring roughly similar to a credit card albeit being a wee bit thicker, is able to fit into your wallet without missing a beat. It will come in handy during moments when your smartphone’s battery needs a quick pick-me-up, as the ChargeCard is in its element as it delivers power to thirsty gadgets.
Patriots would want to take note that the ChargeCard is made in California, and does have a rather durable feel to it. Right now, the iPhone 4 model is in production, while there will be a microUSB version entering production from next month onwards. Those who are rocking to an iPhone 5 will have to wait until April to receive the iPhone 5 Lightning connector. It is somewhat similar to carrying around a foot-long USB cable, except that the ChargeCard is so much cooler.
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