+ Monday November 18th, 2019

mophie – a brand of Zagg Inc. – has announced a new range of powerbanks for 2019 which include USB-C support for both charging up your mobile accessories as well as charging your powerbank faster.

Available in four capacities, the powerstation, powerstation mini, powerstation XL, and powerstation XXL each feature multiple charging ports, including a shared USB-C input and output port.

The 2019 mophie powerstation line features a versatile shared USB-C input and output port, which can be used to charge the powerstation battery, or charge a connected device. In addition, the powerstation mini and powerstation have an additional USB-A port, while the powerstation XL and powerstation XXL have two additional ports for charging multiple smartphones, tablet and other compatible devices simultaneously. A four-light LED power indicator displays the charging status and current battery life.

The mophie powerstation line has a durable fabric finish, providing a comfortable feel and protection against scratches or scuffs when stowed alongside other devices. As with all mophie batteries, the powerstation line is triple-test certified to ensure peak performance and safe operation and includes a two-year warranty.

The mophie powerstation range is available in multiple capacities and colours:

  • powerstation mini – 5,000mAh (up to 18 hours of total device use time), available in Black, Gray, and Navy.
  • powerstation – 10,000mAh (up to 36 hours of total device use time), available in Black, Gray and Navy.
  • powerstation XL – 15,000mAh (up to 55 hours of total device use time), available in Black.
  • powerstation XXL – 20,000mAh (up to 73 hours of total device use time), available in Black

Availability & Pricing

The mophie powerstation, powerstation mini, powerstation XL and powerstation XXL are now available on mophie.com and will be available in top electronics retailers (i.e. JB Hi-Fi) across Australia and New Zealand from 15 June.

Pricing is as follows:

  • powerstation mini – $39.95
  • powerstation – $59.95
  • powerstation XL – $79.95
  • powerstation XXL – $99.95


Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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Are they compatible with the USB power delivery standard?

Jeni Skunk
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Nice timing for this article. This morning, I was thinking about getting a USB C powerbank for my Nokia 6.1 🙂

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