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Lepow Set to Announce New Poki Portable Charger at CES 2014

Unibody, Lightweight Design Allows Unit to Be Taken Anywhere; Features High-Quality Lithium Polymer Battery

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/03/14 -- Lepow International, a mobile device accessories company focused on creative designs and ideas, will introduce its newest portable charger, Poki, at 2014 International CES. The name (pronounced pock-e) comes from the unit's small pocket shape, which is constructed in one piece. Its high-quality lithium polymer battery, available in 5,000mAh or 10,000mAh, offers safety and prevents overheating. The Poki portable charger will be on display in the Lepow CES booth, 50015, located in the iLounge Pavilion in LVH.

"Unlike other power banks that are square, the Poki has a very unique design that emphasizes simplicity and lightness with a thin, unibody construction and edges that come to a point," remarked Jacky Fan, Lepow CEO. "A sleek metallic line adds a touch of modernism. Its streamlined, lightweight design allows it to be easily carried in a backpack, purse, or even -- as the name implies -- a pocket. Backup charging couldn't be any easier with the Lepow Poki."

Poki features a smooth, flat, high-grade rubberized outer material that provides protection and a comfortable grip. It has a unibody construction that strengthens and simplifies the product. The first Lepow power bank with a unibody construction was the U-Stone, a 2012 Red Dot design award winner.

The Poki's intelligent lithium polymer battery cell ensures a stable performance and provides safe usage through its 2.1A USB output charging port. The Poki has as a unique slide sensor for indicating battery usage with just one simple swipe of the finger.

The Poki is compatible with all major devices such as Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, as well as digital cameras, gaming devices and any other mobile device that requires charging.

Availability & Pricing
The Lepow Poki portable charger will have the following MSRPs: $59.99 for 5,000mAh, and $99.99 for 10,000mAh. It will be available in white, brown, or gray in first quarter 2014. All Lepow products are available online at http://lepowglobal.com/official-webstore

About Lepow International LLC
Lepow International LLC is a developer, manufacturer, and marketer of unique accessories for mobile devices. Founded in 2011, Lepow blends high design with functionality to give consumers superior products that match the style of today's cutting-edge smartphones and tablets and make their digital life more enjoyable. Its new take on mobile accessories with fun designs and colors has earned Lepow a prestigious Red Dot design award. Lepow globally markets its high quality products from their U.S. headquarters in California. For more information, visit www.lepowglobal.com or follow Lepow on Facebook and Twitter.

All products/services and trademarks mentioned in this release are the properties of their respective companies.
© 2014 Lepow. All rights reserved.

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