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PocketPlug – Why deal with cords when charging your phone?


It’s a simple fact of life that our smartphones need life-giving electricity to… ummm… give them life, but that doesn’t mean we need to endure the misery of tangled cables and cords. Kick the cords to the curb and get down to the basics.

Okay! What do we need to charge our smartphone? Well, we need a smartphone (duh!), an outlet that provides electricity, and a way to connect the smartphone to the outlet. Notice we didn’t mention anything about cables or cords. That’s because PocketPlug fits directly into the outlet.

This unique phone case is designed with a plug built into the back of the case that can be extended or retracted with a simple flick of the finger, keeping the prongs safely tucked away when not in use. Of course, if you’d prefer to charge your phone the old-school way then you can use the micro-USB port to connect your traditional charger, but why bother with this case at all if you want to do that?

In addition to providing a convenient way to plug your phone in, the case also provides enhanced audio by redirecting the sound from the speaker to the front of the phone.

The PocketPlug is available for the iPhone 5/5s for $69.95, and the iPhone 4/4s for $59.95. A case for the Samsung Galaxy S3 is currently in the works and you can receive a discount code for 15% off if you sign up for the newsletter that will keep you up to date with the release.

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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