Mobee Intros Magic Case, Magic Cable Accessories For iOS Devices

The latest inductive charging tech to come out of Mobee this year is in the form of an iPhone case. Mobee's new Magic Case is the smallest, lightest, most powerful battery case for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5 to feature inductive wireless charging. Two models of the Magic Case battery case will be available on April 1st in five vibrant colors: a Magic Case with a 1500mAh battery capacity priced at $80, and a more powerful one with a 2100mAh battery capacity, which is priced at $120 and should triple the battery life of the iPhone 5s. Both Magic Case models can be recharged traditionally via an included USB cable, Mobee's portable Magic Juice backup battery pack as well as wirelessly on Mobee's Magic Feet or Magic Charger wireless inductive charging pads.

The only drawback that comes with it is that you'll need to purchase one of Mobee's wireless charging pads sepertely to take advantage of the Magic Case's wireless charging capability. And from what we understand, Mobee's wireless inductive charging is not universally Qi-supported.

In addition to that, Mobee has also announced that its new Magic Cable will be released alongside the Magic Case on April 1st for $20. The Magic Cable is a more robust, flat lightning connector to USB charge and sync cable designed for use with all Lightning iOS devices that also features svelte-looking aluminum connector tips. Mobee promises its Magic Cable will not tangle and that it can withstand arduous use.

Mobee Goes Double Wireless With Inductive Magic Tunes Speaker, Magic Juice Backup Battery

Mobee Technology is in the news today for their latest additions to the Mobee collection of wireless inductive products that aim to set the standard for green and innovative gadgetry at CES 2013. Announcing three new products, the Magic Juice, Magic Tunes, and Magic Link giving a new definition to green power solutions.

The aluminum constructed Magic Juice keeps your iDevices alive after a long day of work, acting as a backup battery that is portable and easy-to-store. Just plug your iPad in for a full charge or your iPhone in for two. This is perfect for the traveler who can't always find an electrical outlet when on-the-move constantly. In addition to charging your iDevice, the Magic Juice can wirelessly charge itself with any of Mobee's flat inductive charging stations. It'll go on sale for $79. 

The Magic Tunes is an aluminum-made wireless Bluetooth capable compact speaker that is designed to be used in tandem with your mobile device. This small speaker is also equipped with an integrated microphone which makes it ideal for conference calls. Just like the Magic Juice, the Magic Tunes can be wirelessly charged when put on one of Mobee's inductive charging platforms. The Magic Tunes will retail for $99.

Lastly, the Magic Link is an unique charging cable that automatically turns itself off and stops sucking more power and hiking up your electricity bill. The cable itself illuminates a green color when it is on. While the cable is blinking, you know your device is charging. When the cable isn't showing any color, you know it's off. The Magic Link is compatible with the Lightning port, the 30 pin port, and mini and micro USB ports. The Magic Link will be available for $49. 

Mobee Debuts Magic Feet & Power Bar, Magical Wireless Charging Orgy

CES 2012 is fast approaching and companies are eager to show us what they've got in store. Mobee has announced its latest Mac peripheral accessories today including the Magic Feet and Power Bar. Both of which are means of conveniently keeping your Apple Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad all charged up without wasting batteries and time. The Magic Feet is Mobee's Magic Bar and Magic Charger all fit into one big inductive charging station made out of white plastic and aluminum that can wirelessly recharge your Apple Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse at once, or both the Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse using inductive rechargeable cylinder battery and a rechargeable battery pack.

The Magic Feet can charge up to three devices simultaneously, but you're out of luck if you want to charge both Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad at the same time. It takes 6 hours to fully charge a device which will then last for 10 days on a single charge. The Magic Feet will start shipping early March for $149.90.

Mobee's second charging accessory is a lot more affordable and called the Power Bar. Instead of going with wireless induction charging, the Power Bar replaces the Magic Trackpad's double AA batteries with its own screw-in, rechargeable battery cylinder that can be recharged using a micro-USB cable taking up virtually no space unlike its siblings. The Power Bar is also expected to be available in early March for $29.90. Both are now available to pre-order.

The Magic Numpad Turns Your Magic Trackpad Into A Multi-Touch Numpad

Mobee likes to call all of their products magical, and that's perfectly fine when everyone single one of them is pretty much magical. Mobee has recently released the Magic Numbpad that turns your Magic Trackpad into an even more magical and customizeable glass surface. Mobee's Magic Trackpad are actually just simple transparent films that lay on top of your Magic Trackpad and add 3 different types of numpad layouts and are made to be bubble-free and reusable. Mobee has also created an OS X Lion and Snow Leopard compatible software downloadable via a code included in the packaging that brings all of this magical numpad goodness together. You'll still be able to use your Magic Trackpad as a trackpad with the Magic Numbpad film installed.

The Magic Numpad is available to pre-order for $29.90 - €29.90, and will be released in October.

Nir Schneider


Charge Your Wireless Keyboard & Magic Trackpad Wirelessly With Magic Bar

The folks who brought the world's first inductive charger for the Magic Mouse called the Magic Charger, have finally announced a similar inductive charger for Apple's Wireless Keyboard (2xAA battery model only) and Magic Trackpad called The Magic Bar, and it's a world's first too. Mobee's The Magic Bar works by replacing your batteries inside your Wireless Keyboard and Magic Trackpad with the rechargeable cylinder battery pack and away you go. You can wirelessly recharge your keyboard and trackpad by simply sliding into the docking bay that is made out of aluminum to perfectly match with your Apple input device. Shipping will only start at the end of June with a price tag of $60, and €60 for European consumers.

Nir Schneider


The Mobee Magic Charger, Now Shipping

Mobee has announced their wireless charging solution for Apple's Magic Mouse a while back, and now they are shipping their new Magic Charger. The Magic Charger works in the very similar way like the Powermat wireless chargers and replaces the Magic Mouse's battery compartment with a special one that will allow for wireless charging via the Magic Charger mat. We will have a review up on Gadgetmac soon so stay tuned!

Nir Schneider