mophie's Latest USB Powerstation Can Also Jump-Start Your Car

Featuring Qi, AC, and USB charging.

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mophie has just released its biggest portable battery pack ever. Weighing 1.6 pounds and packing a capacity of 44,400mWh, the powerstation go features two USB-A charging ports, a Qi-enabled wireless charging surface, built-in 65W AC ports (for charging laptops), and the most surprising feature, jumper cables for jump-starting a full-sized vehicle.

The safe-to-use portable charger also sees a bright LED floodlight, LED percentage indicators, and spark-proof jumper cables. Those looking for this all-in-one emergency battery pack can find it over at mophie’s web store for a price of $159 USD.

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