Belkin wants to help aspiring Wizards and Pokémon Trainers stay powered up

When it was first released, Pokémon GO was a phenomenon. Now, Harry Potter Wizards Unite, another augmented reality mobile game from developer Niantic has been released.

As such, Belkin suspects that there will be quite a few players who find themselves out of battery. That’s why Belkin has a range of portable chargers available.

These Belkin portable chargers offer users plenty of extra time catching Pokémon or Fantastic Beasts.

Belkin Portable Charger

Belkin is suggesting four different portable charger options which are as follows;

  • BOOST CHARGE Power Bank with Lightning Connector
  • Belkin Pocket Power 5,000mAh
  • Belkin Pocket Power 10,000mAh
  • Belkin Pocket Power 15,000mAh

The Belkin portable chargers range in price from $39.95 AUD through $89.95 AUD with the Belkin Pocket Power 5,000mAh being the cheapest. The Boost Charge Power Bank is the most expensive at $89.95 AUD for the 10,000MaH model.

Each of the Belkin portable chargers is available directly from Belkin or from JB Hi-Fi. According to Belkin, the 10,000MaH model will provide an additional 70-hours of battery life and can charge an iPhone 7 running iOS 10 up three times.

If you’re finding yourself running low on battery while out playing Pokémen GO or Wizards Unite, then maybe a Belkin portable charger is something you might need.

Head to Belkin’s website for more information.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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