You might have one of the most powerful smartphone models in the market today but if its battery gets drained then it’s nothing more than a paperweight. This is the reason why several manufacturers are trying to squeeze in a bigger battery that they could on their devices so that it will have a longer battery life.
The problem with a larger battery capacity is that it also takes longer for it to charge. This means that your device will have to stay plugged in for a longer period of time. One alternative to this is by using a powerbank. You will be able to remain mobile and still be able to charge your device. The trade-off however is that it is sometimes quite bulky. A bigger powerbank requires less time to charge a device compared to a smaller powerbank.
The LithiumCard solves this issue. It is a battery powered HyperCharger the size of only three credit cards, one on top of the other, and can charge a device as fast as a big battery. Compared to other solutions in the market today the LithiumCard outperforms them by charging a device in a shorter period of time. This product just recently finished its successful campaign over at crowdfunding site Indiegogo and was able to raise a total of $167,785 out of a $30,000 goal.
LithiumCard easily fits in a wallet and is available in two versions. One has a micro-USB connector that can be used to charge most Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry device. Another version comes with a Lightning port that can be used to charge Apple devices.
If your device runs out of juice while you are out then you should consider getting a LithiumCard.