• TYLT Energi 2K Smart Travel Charger review

    You want to travel, but you don’t want to take a bunch of wall chargers and battery packs with you. do you need a battery pack, or a charger? How long will you be gone? Those questions have now become moot, as TYLT introduces

    June 18, 2014 • Views: 2

  • Hands-on with the full TYLT Energi+ battery pack lineup

    With removable batteries not available for every phone, it’s often a wise choice to have a back-up battery pack on hand. NO matter what your needs, TYLT’s lineup has you covered. Even if you’re OS agnostic, some TYLT

    June 5, 2014 • Views: 5

  • TYLT Energi+ backpack, hands-on

    When traveling, you want to take it all with you. Computers, tablets, smartphones — our connected lives dog us with devices, and chargers to boot. Cobbling together all your power cables and chargers can be a nightmare, but the

    June 5, 2014 • Views: 7

  • TYLT ALIN Galaxy S5 screen protector, hands-on

    If you’re looking for a screen protector for your Galaxy S5, there are a lot of options out there. While most will do an adequate job, there are those which offer a touch better protection than others. In addition to being one

    May 28, 2014 • Views: 10

  • TYLT Energy 2K launches on Kickstarter, provides power anywhere

    TYLT, maker of popular, stylish battery packs is at it again. This time, they’re bringing a charger that can be used for everyday purposes. As a combo wall charger/battery pack, the new TYLT Energy 2K might not be one you’ll

    May 23, 2014 • Views: 4

  • TYLT Energi 10K review

    With battery packs, there are plenty of options available. Though the normal size of the external charger is around 5,000 mAh, some prefer a larger pack. With the TYLT Energi 10K, you’ll get 10,400 mAh of battery in a stylish,

    February 21, 2014 • Views: 8

  • TYLT Energi+ review

    When it comes to your smartphone battery, having it run short while out and about is an underlying fear for all of us. We dread being in a place where we can’t plug in, and being out of touch when our phone or tablet dies out.

    February 6, 2014 • Views: 7