Incipio Launches Range of USB Type-C Accessories

In addition to the GHOST Qi Wireless Chargers and offGRID power solutions announced today, Incipio also took the wraps off of a slew of USB Type-C accessories. These will all go great with the OnePlus Two, Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P. Not to mention the many other smartphones coming in 2016 with USB Type-C connectivity. All of these products will be available in the second quarter of this year.

First up, we have a USB Type-C Dual Port Hub. This hub features two USB ports, allowing you to sync and charge two devices at the same time. It has a retractable USB Type-C connector as well. Making it nice and portable. The asking price here is $24.99. Next up is the USB Type-C Dock. This is a great dock for the new 12-inch Macbook as well as the second generation Chromebook Pixel. It's a dock that includes a HDMI port, a USB Type-A port as well as an ethernet port. Something that Apple left off of the Macbook. Incipio will be selling this one for $79.99.

Incipio also has a USB Type-C car charger and a wall charger, both of which are going to be available for $34.99 each. The USB Type-C Car charger features a 25-foot Type-C cable that is embedded. Making for easy charging in the car. While the USB Type-C wall charger has two ports, one for USB Type-C and the other for USB Type-A. Making it convenient to charge those gadgets you have lying around that are not USB Type-C just yet. Incipio states that this is compatible with current and new USB Type-C tablets, smartphones and laptops. So you can also charge your Chromebook Pixel or 12-inch Macbook with this wall charger. That's exactly why USB Type-C is being adopted, makes everything so much easier.

As we already mentioned, Incipio also has a USB Type-C and Quick Charge 3.0 portable backup battery. Which is also coming out in the second quarter. It is available in a 8000mAh model and a 12000mAh model. Both of which should be enough juice for your smartphone to last all day long and then some.

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