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Bryan M. Wolfe
| January 14, 2013
CES: MyCharge Portable Batteries Now Work With Apple's Lightning Connector
At the International CES, MyCharge demoed the company’s two newest charging devices. Both the Summit 3000 and Peak 6000 work with Apple’s new Lightning connector. The $79.99 Summit portable battery can charge up to three devices at the same time. In total, it promises an additional 13 hours of talk among devices before needing a charge. The $99.99 Peak portable battery can also charge up to three devices at the same time. However, for the additional $20, it adds a total of 27 hours of voice between device charges. Take a look at what Dom Esposito found out about MyCharge's new products at CES: Apple's Lightning connector first arrived with the iPhone 5. It is also available on the current generation iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, iPod touch, and iPod nano. It replaced the 30-pin connector used on Apple's previous mobile devices. For more of our CES 2013 coverage, click here.