Mophie Debuts 3-in-1 Powerstation Hub With 6,100mAh Battery, USB-C and USB-A Ports, and Qi Wireless Charging

Apple accessory maker Mophie today debuted a three-in-one portable battery pack, wall charger, and wireless charging pad.


The new Powerstation Hub is equipped with a 6,100mAh battery, one 5W USB-A port, one 15W USB-A port, one 18W USB-C Power Delivery port, and a Qi-enabled 5W wireless charging surface. The USB-C port can be used to recharge both the portable battery itself and connected devices like an iPhone or iPad.

The hub features foldable wall prongs, LEDs that indicate battery level and charging status, and a rubberized, non-slip finish. A 1.5-meter AC power cable and a 0.5-meter USB-A to USB-C cable are included in the box.

The new Powerstation Hub is available now on Mophie.com for $99.95.

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17 weeks ago
IMO 6,100mAh is just too small. And the wireless at 5w - no thanks. May as well just plug into the usb-c port.
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17 weeks ago

you do realize how huge/heavy one with 20,000 mAh would be right?

10k would have been nice, but this is bulky enough as is.

Also, I have about a dozen battery chargers and only one of them is 20,000 mAh. Most are in the 4-13k range.


I’m afraid this is a toaster fridge situation. This thing is a wall charger doubling as a Power Bank, and I’m afraid that the heat from charging will damage the battery inside. Not to mention the small size of the battery inside.

In most of the time (except long travels) you don't need to bring the wall charger with you all the time.

The Mophie USB-C XXL is a 20000mAh battery and weighs 390g. Yes it's about 140g heavier but it provides 3 times the battery.
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17 weeks ago
That’s pretty neat, especially with the wireless charger. I can use this on trips, when I have an iPhone XR and iPad Air, and my wife has the same.
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17 weeks ago
this would’ve been sickening if it had at least a 10/15000mAh battery... why Mophie why
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17 weeks ago

They are just fine.

I’ve been purchasing Mophie products since they pioneered the juice pack for the iPhone 4 and they’ve grown by leaps and bounds since then ( my iPhone XS Max I’m sending this from has the juice pack Access on it now. I wouldn’t worry about their longevity. They are rock solid just like their products.
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17 weeks ago

Not sure exactly what your point is because this is a mammoth with only 6,100 mAh.


see post below yours... it's not just a battery pack, thus it requires more circuitry/insides.

also, it's not THAT mammoth:



It's basically just a little longer than the 60 watt Apple charger
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I’m afraid this is a toaster fridge situation. This thing is a wall charger doubling as a Power Bank, and I’m afraid that the heat from charging will damage the battery inside. Not to mention the small size of the battery inside.

In most of the time (except long travels) you don't need to bring the wall charger with you all the time.

The Mophie USB-C XXL is a 20000mAh battery and weighs 390g. Yes it's about 140g heavier but it provides 3 times the battery.

agreed.

I'd use this for business travel mostly, wouldn't be an every day carry battery for me.
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Not sure exactly what your point is because this is a mammoth with only 6,100 mAh.

this Anker one is $99 and is only 5000 mAh and has no wireless charging fwiw:

https://www.apple.com/shop/product/HMQD2ZM/A/anker-powercore-fusion-power-delivery-battery-and-charger?fnode=85

trade off is it can charge USB-C laptops at 30W, but still not exactly cheap, especially for Anker who is known for much more affordable stuff than Mophie.
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17 weeks ago
There is absolutely no reason for that to be that huge. It takes up BOTH wall outlets and ONLY has a 6100mAH battery? That's absurd, especially for the price. No way to justify carrying that around daily, or even for travel with it's size, wattage output and the price.
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17 weeks ago

Not dissing wireless charging entirely but charging an iPhoneXR with my MBP USB charger is super fast and makes wireless charging such a chore. I have a 5/7.5/10W wireless charging pad but it sits unused because it's so slow. One of the reasons I decided not to go for Air Pods with the wireless charging case - kinda pointless.


Love my fast chargers. I have a few of them. 30W and 18W.
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17 weeks ago
Not dissing wireless charging entirely but charging an iPhoneXR with my MBP USB charger is super fast and makes wireless charging such a chore. I have a 5/7.5/10W wireless charging pad but it sits unused because it's so slow. One of the reasons I decided not to go for Air Pods with the wireless charging case - kinda pointless.
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