Still bothered of diverse cables? No issues! iWALK Scorpion8000 backup battery is coming! with built-in lightning, Micro USB and recharging cables, you could recharge scorpion and charge maximum gadgets without wearing any cables. Integrated 3 cables MFI certified through apple with pass-thru tech can operate as one complete charging cable. USB port can accommodate any sort of USB-charging cable—not best Micro USB or Lightning however additionally type C cables. Integrate three cables and 8000mAh battery interior its extraordinarily compact form, you could revel in maximized portability. Scorpion can charge iPhone 6s three times, Samsung notice 7 1.4 times. Stylish excessive-cease and comfort layout rightly fits your fashion taste. When you had Scorpion, you have got comfort!
iWalk Scorpion Slim Power Bank Design
The new iWalk Scorpion slim power bank measures 5.7 x 2.8 x 0.6 inches and weighs around 6.7 ounces. As we can see from the pictures, this new charger sports a compact and slender form element so you can effortlessly store it on your bag or simply put it for your pocket for portability. In the meantime, the textured sample on one facet gives you a comfy and shape grip.
iWalk Scorpion Slim Power Bank Features
The slim portable power bank comes equipped with 8000mAh rechargeable battery pack to charge your mobile devices. More importantly, the portable charger features four integrated cables including Lighting cable, microUSB cable, USB-C cable and USB cable in order to fit for any mobile device, and up to 2.4A output ensures it can quickly charge multiple devices. Moreover, when connected to a QC2.0/3.0 adapter, it just needs 3 hours to be fully recharged, and pass through technology allows it to be charged during charging your mobile devices.
iWalk Scorpion Slim Power Bank Price
The Scorpion slim power bank is priced at $59.97 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details. But if you still want more efficient then this, then the Anker Powercore+ 26800 PD with 27W PD Portable Charger is the only one that’s just right, shown at london tech week 2017.