Palisades Park, New Jersey - July 17, 2017 - The LifeBattery AIR is about to go live on Indiegogo with a new campaign starting on July 17. This campaign is to help with getting funds for the production of this new device that will fit in with all sorts of Apple devices. It especially does well with the Macbook Air among other prominent devices from the company.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/mLzteKTTHYk
The LifeBattery AIR has been designed to create a strong arrangement that fits in well with many Apple devices. It has been heavily redesigned from its original template from a year ago to work with a sleek and curved design that fits in with the Macbook.
The ports are all on one side of the battery to make it very easy for the user to connect it to the Macbook. The MagSafe connection on an Apple device makes it easier for this to be supported as desired. The extensive variety of ports ensures that all Apple devices can be charged up.
The battery works with many ports to support a variety of devices all at once. Three and five-port multi-chargers will be available to various Indiegogo backers. The eight individual batteries inside the LifeBattery total 27,200mAh in power and work with the Quick Charge 3.0 system to make it easier for anyone to power up a device in as little time as possible.
This also weighs around 1.6 pounds, thus keeping it easy to carry around. It does not add lots of weight onto a Macbook either.
The Indiegogo campaign for this product will be introduced on July 17. The first mass production of the LifeBattery AIR should start in October with backers getting their items shipped out to them starting in December.
LifeBattery AIR is currently being highlighted on YouTube. A new video is showing how the battery can be used and how easy it is to get a connect set up with it.
This product will be appealing to all those who are interested in finding a new way to keep one’s Apple devices charged up right. The LifeBattery AIR will use a strong body and effective system that makes it easier for anyone to power up Apple devices of all kinds.