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Wall Street Journal Review Names LENMAR Smartphone Battery Cases "Top Choice" for iPhone, Galaxy S4

"Powerhouse" smartphone battery case chargers are recognized for value, performance and safety

CAMARILLO, Calif., March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent review of smartphone battery cases that recharge mobile devices on the go, the LENMAR Meridian iPhone 5 and LENMAR Halo S4 battery cases were named "top choice" in a review by The Wall Street Journal. In the report published on March 12, the LENMAR external battery cases were among 11 cases reviewed using identical iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy S4 models.

Lenmar Meridian and Halo S4 Battery Cases: Best of the best

For busy consumers and professionals on the go, there are few things more maddening than when a smartphone battery dies. Without their smartphones, users are disconnected all at once from clients, colleagues, family and friends. It's a helpless feeling for which LENMAR offers power solutions with battery chargers and power accessories for smart phones, laptops, digital cameras and other electronic devices.    

"It is truly rewarding for our Meridian iPhone 5 and Halo S4 smartphone battery cases to be recognized by The Wall Street Journal as a 'top choice' in delivering portable power solutions to today's ultra-connected consumers and business professionals," said Marty Goldberg, president, Lenmar Enterprises. "With roots going back nearly half a century, we work hard every day to design and develop truly innovative power solutions that allow people to maximize the amazing new mobile technologies being introduced year after year."

Described by The Wall Street Journal as a "powerhouse" among iPhone battery cases, the LENMAR Meridian iPhone 5 battery case doubles the time users can talk, text, take pictures, and play. The battery case features a slim and sleek design that's completely integrated with the iPhone 5. Users can continue to talk, listen to music, use headphones, or adjust their volume while they charge their iPhone 5. The battery case includes a rechargeable 2300mAh Lithium Polymer battery, an on-off power button, an LED power indicator, a one-year warranty, and is available in three colors – rubberized black, glossy white and metallic red.  

Likewise, the lightweight, strong and stylish LENMAR Halo S4 battery kit and case was recognized in the review as the top choice for the Samsung Galaxy S4. With cutouts in the case to allow for proper use of headphones, camera, flash, and charging, it includes a high-capacity 2600mAh battery kit to double the device's battery life. The Halo S4 can charge and sync via Micro USB and is NFC capable.

For more information on the Meridian and the Halo S4, please visit: www.lenmar.com/made-for-cases

About Lenmar
Lenmar Enterprises, Inc. is a worldwide provider of power solutions for consumer electronics. The company has nearly 1,400 products, including rechargeable batteries, accessories for smart phones and electronic devices, portable AC / DC chargers & related accessories. The company utilizes BatteryCentral, a powerful web-based search tool that helps customers and users locate and purchase Lenmar batteries, portable chargers & related accessories. Lenmar delivers its solutions through a global network of distributors, retailers and e-commerce companies. For more information, visit www.lenmar.com.

Lenmar has offices in Southern California, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and the Netherlands, as well as strategic distribution partners that span all major continents.

"Lenmar" is a registered trademark of Lenmar Enterprises, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

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