Anker’s MagSafe-compatible battery pack retails for just $39.99

A portable power bank that can charge your iPhone wirelessly while you’re on the go can make traveling a whole lot smoother. But before you splurge on Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack, check out the Anker 622 Magnetic Battery (MagGo) instead of. Normally $69.99, you can currently buy Anker’s MagSafe-compatible alternative for just $39.99 ($30 off) from Amazon or Anker (just make sure to use the promo code WS7D541OSZ if you buy through the latter retailer).

Compared to Apple’s official battery pack, Anker’s offers much better value for money despite being half the price. First, it offers double the battery capacity. On the other hand, it charges your phone as fast as Apple’s when you’re out and about, and both supply 7.5 watts to compatible phones. And unlike Apple’s package, Anker’s 5,000mAh option comes with a folding kickstand so you can prop up your phone.

Speaking of summer, if you have plans to travel somewhere off the beaten path where cell service doesn’t exist, a satellite communicator like the Garmin InReach Mini 2 is more than just a nice convenience – it can be a lifesaver. And now, Forget readers can pick up the second-generation device from Wellbots for $349.99 ($50 off) when they use the promo code VERG50 at checkout.

Garmin’s little waterproof gadget can tap into the Iridium satellite network so you can text, share your location with loved ones and even get the weather forecast when you’re in another country. Best of all, you can use it to activate an SOS alert in case of emergency, which notifies first responders of your location if you need help. The latest model is a fairly minor update over the first-gen InReach – it offers better battery life, a more refined interface, and a better trackback feature – but most of the features still require a paid subscription.

For the unfamiliar, the Core controller is similar to the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, our favorite premium controller for Xbox. However, the stripped-down model doesn’t come with rear paddles, an extra D-pad, or the other interchangeable components found on the non-Core edition. That said, they share the same thumbsticks with adjustable tension, hair trigger locks and wraparound rubber grip. Microsoft even sells an optional component pack if you want to further customize your Series 2 Core later.

If you’re a creative professional and need a laptop that can keep up with your workload, The latest MacBook Pro from Apple could be a good choice. The 14-inch model normally starts at $1,999, but right now it’s on sale at Amazon and B&H Photo with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and an M2 Pro chip for an all-time low of $1,749 ($250 off). ).

Apple’s premium laptop is powerful enough to handle demanding creative work and can be connected to multiple external displays. It’s also thin, lightweight and offers exceptional battery life, not to mention a gorgeous Mini LED display and wide selection of ports – something Apple reintroduced with the redesigned M1 MacBook Pro in 2021. The newer MBP is certainly still pricey, and who knows what Apple might unveil next month alongside its elongated mixed reality headset at WWDC, but performance like this rarely comes cheap.

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