We’ve all been there: you’re out in the field, you have a few spare batteries, and you’re trying to recharge your phone, tablet, or gaming console.
If you don’t have a charger, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with a dead battery.
Now there’s an easy way to keep that battery safe and sound.
Electronic accessories manufacturer DDrum has announced that it’s introducing a new charging port on the company’s flagship DDrum DS9, DS9+ and DS9+.
The new device will be available for $149.99, with a three-year contract.
The port features a microUSB port, and comes with two AA batteries, a USB cable, and an adapter.
You’ll also get the new DDrum Smart Battery (available for $129.99), which is similar to the DDrum Power Battery in its design and is a battery charger that is specifically designed to charge electronic accessories.
The Smart Battery will be sold exclusively through the DDRS store, and will have a $99.99 price tag, though the DDraTech website is selling the new device for $109.99.
The DDrum adapter is compatible with most USB 3.0 devices, and it will also work with USB 2.0 adapters, including USB 3 and USB 3+ adapters.
DDrum says the adapter is designed for use with any USB 3 device, but it is also compatible with the new USB 3 USB 3 Power Adapter, which has an extra power connector.