HoverDock for iPhone: $27.95
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Just Mobile introduced a new HoverDock iPhone Dock at CES, delivering a perfectly minimalist answer to our charging needs. With a modern design and a sturdy, steady presentation, it’s the ideal display charging dock. Now 20 percent off with TNW Deals.
Casestudi Folding Bluetooth Keyboard: $29.99
While thumb-typing or finger-swiping on your smartphone screen may be good enough for tweeting or texting, more wordy activities – like typing long email messages, taking notes at or writing documents – are frustratingly grueling at best. For those, you need a physical keyboard.
Casestudi’s folding Bluetooth keyboard syncs with your device, immediately offering a typing dexterity unachievable on your device’s touchscreen. And when you’re done typing, fold it up into a compact rectangle, and stow it away until the next time you need it.
HoverDock for Apple Watch: $27.95
Just Mobile’s new HoverDock goes beyond the iPhone to give your Apple Watch the sleek and stylish charging platform it deserves. The HoverDock keeps the cords cleanly out of the way and safe from pulls, spills, bumps, and any other unforeseen accidents.
inCharge Keyring Charging Cable 2-Pack: $19
Smartphones are improving every year, but poor battery capacity is still a common issue. We want to charge on the go, without having to remember to bring a bulky battery pack along every time.
The solution has arrived via inCharge, the smallest keyring cable in the world. It magnetically snaps onto your keyring, offering the most effortless solution to your endless charging needs. Power up your mobile device wherever there’s a USB port with this handy two-pack, featuring one Lightning and one Micro-USB cable to help you cover all your bases.
Gizmodo’s glowing review says it all: “There have been countless keychain-friendly solutions for charging your smartphone, but none as perfectly tiny as the InCharge.”