Hands-on with the Incipio Offgrid Pro battery case and Atlas ID rugged Touch ID case

Hands-on with the Incipio Offgrid Pro battery case and Atlas ID rugged Touch ID case

Summary: Incipio makes some fantastic iPhone cases and two new ones provide extended battery capacity and ultimate protection, both for under $100.

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  • Contents of Offgrid Pro package

  • Back/base piece of Offgrid Pro

  • Two 2000 mAh batteries and external charger

Topics: Mobility, Apple, iPhone, Smartphones

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  • The flourishing of battery cases prove one thing

    The flourishing of battery cases prove one thing - that there's a need for higher battery capacity and a good amount of customers do not mind thicker/bulkier devices in exchange for utility (longer battery life). Manufacturers should take hint of that and perhaps release 2 versions of each device, a regular/slimmer version and a higher capacity/bulkier one. That would at least save a few layers of plastic and result in a form factor much thinner than a smartphone with a battery case on.
    Truffol
  • Good things...

    This is a good thing but I don't have to bring battery like the one in the picture with me all the time. A Lumsing portable battery backup charger is enough!
    enjg115