Props Power Case for the iPad
So, you cannot live without your iPad, and bring it with you just about wherever you are. The thing is, the iPad might have fantastic battery life, but sooner or later, it is not going to last, and you will need to make a trip to the nearest power outlet to juice up that well traveled tablet of yours. Why not take the pro-active role in ensuring that your precious iPad never runs out of juice, or at least, would find no reason to, than with the Props Power Case for the iPad? Do not be fooled by its name, as the Props Power Case for the iPad will play nice with your second generation iPad or newer, and owners of the iPad mini will not miss out on the “fun” too, as they have their own version to look forward to.
The Props Power Case for the iPad from Digital Treasures is one portable powerhouse, where it comes with either a 12,000 mAh or 8,000 mAh battery, giving you the ready option of charging up your favorite tablet regardless of where you are, ensuring that you and your tablet are ready-to-go whenever, wherever. Dead battery issues would definitely be a thing of the past.
Brian Austin, President of Digital Treasures, said, “With this accessory, consumers are carrying 12,000 mAh’s of power in their luggage or briefcase at all times- that’s a lot of power! In effect, it’s a zero-footprint charging powerhouse, and there’s no need to carry around a bulky charging bank.”
As mentioned earlier, it comes in two options – a 12,000 mAh or 8,000 mAh battery. The version that plays nice with the iPad Mini will only come with a built-in 8,000mAh battery for obvious reasons. Digital Treasures have thrown in an LED battery status indicator located on the top of the case, so that with but a single glance, you will be able to obtain a visual update on just how much juice remains on the battery before the battery itself needs a trip to the power adapter. Each purchase will come with a charging cable and USB adapter cable. The Power Case with Built-in 12,000 mAh battery will cost $99.95 a pop, while those who opt for the 8,000 mAh version will pay $89.95 less. As for the Power Case for the iPad Mini, it will retail for 79.95. Any takers?