Wireless and portable power

The Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System comes with three main components: a Powermat charging pad, Portable Backup Battery, and travel-friendly AC adapter. Read full review
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A flexible, portable battery

The Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System's battery charges through a wireless or wired Micro-USB connection. It also has an Apple connector and Micro-USB cable. Read full review
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Sleek and semiportable pad

The included Powermat charging pad is slim, small, and lightweight. Read full review
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Check your charge

On the front of the Portable Backup Battery are a power button and indicator lights so you can check charge level. Read full review
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Pack that adapter

The Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System's AC adapter has a cord that's easy to neatly stow away. Also on back of the Powermat charger are adhesive strips so it can better grip tabletops. Read full review
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Wired or wireless power

The Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System can charge two devices at once, or even three if both gadgets are Powermat-capable and the third device juices up via the battery. Read full review
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Slip on a sleeve

Bundled with the Duracell Powermat 24-Hour Power System is either a case for a Samsung Galaxy S3 (shown here) or fourth-generation iPhone. Each case equips the device for wireless charging. Read full review
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A case with a view

Powermat's special cases have open areas to accommodate cameras and ports. Read full review
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Thicker but more capable

The Duracell Powermat cases do add thickness, but also the convenience of wireless charging. Read full review
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