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Cobra Electronics Announces General Availability of Cobra CPP 50 Compact USB Power Pack

Featuring Three USB Outputs, Intelligent Compact Power Pack Allows Users to Quickly Charge Multiple Devices Anywhere

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- Cobra Electronics Corporation (NASDAQ: COBR), a leading designer and marketer of award-winning mobile and consumer electronics, today announced the general availability of Cobra's smallest portable power pack. Following on the heels of the company's recent debut of its CPP Series, the Cobra CPP 50 is a compact battery pack addition to the popular Cobra portable power series. This new model is an extension of Cobra's innovative mobile lifestyle product offerings, featuring three convenient output ports giving users the freedom of mobility and a 2.1 Amp for rapid multi-device charging.

As more and more users are on-the-go throughout their daily activities, having the freedom and mobility to connect to technology at any moment is becoming ever more vital. The Cobra CPP 50 utilizes the latest in portable battery technology featuring a 3.7V/5000mAh Lithium Polymer Battery Pack, and is conveniently rechargeable via a standard 5V USB port. The CPP 50 allows users to rapidly charge up to three devices at once including a smartphone or tablet by utilizing the 2.1 Amp USB output. The CPP 50 features a lightweight and compact design that incorporates an illuminated battery status bar to keep users informed of the device's charge level and battery capacity.

"The CPP 50 is a highly convenient and affordable addition to our portable power series, giving our loyal customers yet another tool to enhance their productivity and support their busy digital lifestyle," said Sally Washlow, president of Cobra Electronics. "We're dedicated to continuous innovation in the development of must-have solutions to support the needs of our users in their always-on, always-connected mobile lives, and we're confident that the CPP 50 will be yet another life-enhancing addition to our ever-expanding product lineup."

The Cobra CPP 50 is available now through Amazon, BestBuy.com, Crook & Crook, Gander Mountain, NewEgg.com, Overton's, Rakuten.com as well at Cobra.com for a retail price of $59.95.

About Cobra Electronics:
Cobra Electronics is a leading global designer and marketer of communication and navigation products, with a track record of delivering innovative and award-winning products. Building upon its leadership position in the GMRS/FRS two-way radio, radar detector and Citizens Band radio industries, Cobra identified new growth opportunities and has aggressively expanded into the marine market and has expanded its European operations. The Consumer Electronics Association, Forbes and Deloitte & Touche have all recognized Cobra for the company's innovation and industry leadership. To learn more about Cobra Electronics, please visit the Cobra site at www.cobra.com. Follow Cobra on Twitter at www.twitter.com/CobraElectronic and Like Us at www.facebook.com/CobraElectronics.

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