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Thursday, 10 February 2011 18:16

Choiix to show some mobile accessories at MWC 2011

Written by Slobodan Simic
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A full lineup of portable power products

Cooler Master's accessory line brand, Choiix will be hitting this years Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona with a couple of rather interesting portable power devices that promises faster, safer and move convenient power for mobile devices.

We have already seen a couple of these before and it looks like that Choiix will be adding a couple of more at this years MWC 2011 show. The full lineup will include Power Fort 10Whrs/2700mAh and Power Fort 5.5Whrs/1500mAh devices as well as two new, a Power Fort Solar iPhone4 backpack and iPower Fort 1500mAh.

The Choiix Power Fort is a simple portable battery backup that is compatible with most if not all mobile devices with a micro or mini USB port. It is equipped with a high quality battery and is available in two versions, 2700mAh and 1500mAh one. The novelty is the Power Fort Solar for iPhone 4 that has a solar panel in order to provide as much power juice possible to your favorite Appleish device.

The last but not least is an aluminum iPower Fort 1500mAh which apparently also designed for iPhone. Most of the specs are still not detailed as Cooler Master's Choiix is still holding some back for the MWC 2011, opening in Barcelona next week.

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