Star Wars hits the mobile battery market with mimo PowerBot

Chris Burns - Jun 25, 2014
Star Wars hits the mobile battery market with mimo PowerBot

From the same folks that’ve brought your Star Wars USB stick Mimobots and Star Wars microUSB converters comes a new collection of mobile power chargers. These little beasts work with 5200mAh of power, meaning your iPhone – or similarly sized device – will be able to roll with three extra lifelines of power before you have to charge R2-D2 back up. You’ll also have fast-charge action with 2.1AMP right out the gate.

This system was funded earlier this year with KickStarter and will be hitting the market later this year. The Boston-based company Mimoco has worked directly with Lucasfilm to make these officially licensed characters – starting with R2-D2 and Darth Vader – planning an expanded collection starting closer to this holiday season.


Each charger will include a USB charging cable with multiple converter tips. You’ll be able to charge microUSB (most Android devices), miniUSB, odd Nokia devices, Apple 30-pin (iPhone 4/4s), and Apple Lightning (iPhone 5/5s/5c). A carrying case is also included with the batch so you’ll be able to keep the cord in close proximity to the charger on the go.

Every charger works with Input: DC 5V 1A, Output: DC 5V 2.1A, and a life cycle of 500 charges. Charging time for the battery itself is 3-4 hours, while the time your phone takes to charge depends on your phone – or tablet.


Pre-orders for the Star Wars mimo PowerBot series begin this week and start at $69.99 MSRP. First orders – this week – will be granted $10 off the initial price, and your credit card will not be charged at all until your order ships.

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