Belkin launches the first MFi-certified power bank with Lightning input

Belkin today launches the first Power Bank with Lightning Entrance to be officially certified under Apple's MFi licensing program, ensuring that the product meets Apple's standards for quality and compatibility. The ↑ CHARGE Power Bank 10K with Belkin Lightning cnector, priced at $ 59.99, offers a charging capacity of 10,000 mAh and is recharged via a Lightning cnector using a Lightning cable USB or compatible Lightning stati sold separately.

the output side, the Power Bank 10K with Lightning includes a pair of USB-A ports, e at 2.4A for faster charging of iPhones and iPads and e at 1A for slower charging. A set of four butt-activated LEDs the top of the power bank indicates the current charge level and the butt also allows you to switch between input and charge output modes as needed.

While the power banks most often use the micro-USB to charge the input and ly a few pass to the USB-C, Lightning offers the advantage of ly use e cable to charge the battery and charge the battery. phe. If you have a Lightning dock your desktop, you can also use it to recharge the power bank, although it is much thicker than an iPhone, so all the docks do not will not be able to host the food bank.

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The 10K Power Bank measures approximately 6 inches lg, approximately 2.75 inches wide, and just under 0.75 inches thick, so it's slightly smaller …

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