iWALK delivers more accessories at CTIA 2013


iWALK, a company that many of you should be familiar with if you are into smartphone and Apple accessories, has just showcased their range of the latest lineup of consumer solutions during CTIA 2013, where among them would also include the industry’s largest selection backup batteries that boasts of Apple’s lightning connector. Specially designed to meet the growing consumer demand for portable power, iWALK’s entire range of portable backup batteries will come with an ultra-portable design and have been equipped with an LED power indicator, where there is also an overcharge protection for better safety. You can also check out the other solutions that are on display at CTIA, where we will talk about them right after the jump.

First of all, there is the Link 1000i5, which is part of the Link series, being the thinnest and smallest rechargeable docking backup battery for iPhone 5 with 1000mAh of extra power. It will also come with pass-through charging which enables the backup battery and iPhone 5 to charge simultaneously.

As for the Extreme 10000 Duo, this is a super stylish universal backup battery that is capable of charging a couple of USB devices at the same time. Some of its features include 10000mAh of extra power, 2.1 rapid charging capabilities for iPad or tablets, an integrated LED flashlight and an LED power level indicator.

The Chameleon Racer for iPhone 5 is a high capacity power case for iPhone 5 with 2000mAh of added juice, and you will also find in it pass-through charging, an on/off switch to prevent constant iPhone 5 charging and a quartet of colorful interchangeable face plates.

As for the Dolphin Wall, this is a dual USB travel charger with Power Switch that paves the way for simultaneous charging of two USB devices, where one of them can be the iPad, which is not too common even in this day and age. There is also a LED power light indicator and an on/off switch button.

Any of them are right up your alley?

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