Lepow announces new Poki portable chargers

Lepow announces new Poki portable chargers

Lepow International, a mobile device accessories company focused on creative designs and ideas, will introduce its newest portable charger, Poki, at 2014 International CES. The name (pronounced pock-e) comes from the unit’s small pocket shape, which is constructed in one piece. Its high-quality lithium polymer battery, available in 5,000mAh or 10,000mAh, offers safety and prevents overheating.

“Unlike other power banks that are square, the Poki has a very unique design that emphasizes simplicity and lightness with a thin, unibody construction and edges that come to a point,” remarked Jacky Fan, Lepow CEO. “A sleek metallic line adds a touch of modernism. Its streamlined, lightweight design allows it to be easily carried in a backpack, purse, or even – as the name implies – a pocket. Backup charging couldn’t be any easier with the Lepow Poki.”

Poki features a smooth, flat, high-grade rubberized outer material that provides protection and a comfortable grip. It has a unibody construction that strengthens and simplifies the product. The first Lepow power bank with a unibody construction was the U-Stone, a 2012 Red Dot design award winner.

The Lepow Poki portable charger will have the following MSRPs: $59.99 for 5,000mAh, and $99.99 for 10,000mAh. It will be available in white, brown, or gray in first quarter 2014. All Lepow products are available online at http://lepowglobal.com/official-webstore

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