IOGEAR has expanded its partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a foundation dedicated to education and research about causes, treatment, and the search for a cure to breast cancer.
In supporting the search for a cure, IOGEAR is donating $3.50 (up to $20,000) for every specially marked Susan G. Komen GearPower Mobile Power Station – GMP4400PP – and $2.00 (up to $12,000) for every GearPower Portable Battery – GMP1001PP – sold before August 31, 2012.
GearPower devices make sure users are never left without a charge for their cell phone, tablet, or digital camera. Interchangeable connectors are included with the GearPower products.
The GearPower Mobile Power Station with Device Adapters (GMP4400PP) allows users to revive tablets, smartphones, cameras, and other USB powered devices through the power station’s USB 5V 1A power port. Lightweight, at only 0.75 lbs, the portable power station offers 4400mAh (milliampere-hours), enough to give devices a reliable charge when needed most.
The GearPower Portable Battery Pack for Mobile Devices (GMP1001PP) is smaller than its cousin, and provides 2000mAh and up to four hours of additional talk time, 24 hours of audio playback or eight hours of video playback (depending on usage and phone settings). Bundled with interchangeable connectors, it can charge virtually any mobile device available. It measures only 2 by 3.8 in.
“IOGEAR is committed to helping Susan G. Komen for the Cure in their pursuit of medical research and services for women affected by breast cancer,” said Bill Nguyen, senior marketing manager for IOGEAR. “What started as an effort to show support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month has blossomed into a yearlong initiative that gives IOGEAR employees and customers a feeling of pride.”