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LifeProof’s Lifeactív Power Pack 10 now available with Qi wireless charging, waterproof design, more

[2019-03-14 17:23:12]

After announcing its LifeActív Power Pack 20 portable battery back at CES in January, LifeProof has made its smaller Lifeactív Power Pack 10 Qi available for purchase today. As is the company’s tradition, the new power bank is waterproof, drop proof, dirt proof, and snow proof. However, different from its larger brother, the new model recharges your iPhone and other Qi compatible devices wirelessly while retaining both USB and USB-C ports for wired charging. The post LifeProof’s Lifeactív Power Pack 10 now available with Qi wireless charging, waterproof design, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

LifeProof’s Lifeactív Power Pack 10 now available with Qi wireless charging, waterproof design, more


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