Kanex wants to charge your Apple Watch sans wires

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So you have more or less completed your collection of Apple-branded devices with a MacBook Pro, a MacBook Air, an iPhone, an iPad, and of course, the Apple Watch that will help you keep the time in style, and then some. The thing about all of these devices is this — you will need to juice them up from time to time, and that can be rather irritating with the sheer number of cables and wires that you have to keep track of, especially when you are on the move. Kanex would like to make your life as an Apple Watch owner easier with their GoPower Watch, touted to be the first cordless portable charger for the Apple Watch in the world.

The Kanex GoPower Watch is a portable, magnetic charging dock that will rely on a similar inductive charging connector that arrives with the Apple Watch. It will be able to pack in 4,000 mAh of power, and this lightweight battery is capable of delivering six full charges to the Apple Watch. To sweeten the deal further, it will also comes with an extra USB port which will allow an iPhone to charge simultaneously, now how about that in terms of cranking up the efficiency level? Being different from other Apple Watch chargers, the Kanex GoPower Watch will enable users to charge their Apple Watch completely cord free.

Just how can you tell how much juice is there left in the GoPower Watch? It is a no-brainer, really, thanks to an LED indicator that will inform you on the existing battery level as well as charge status. Not only that, as your Apple Watch remains flat on the charger, it will be a whole lot easier to use its touchscreen and other features while charging. In addition, the GoPower Watch is Apple MFi Certified, which means it’s specifically made to fit with your Apple Watch and iPhone, so you can expect quality performance and reliability.Expect to pick up the Kanex GoPower Watch for $99.95 a pop.

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