I have a bunch of TYLT products throughout my house, and I love them. They make some of the best mobile accessories in the world, with some stylish packaging and out of the box experiences I have ever had the pleasure of using. Their latest gizmo is the new 2.1A-WALL, which is a 2.1A portable travel charger which will come in super handy for those who travel often.
This is something I'm doing more of lately, attending various media events and press gigs, and I need to consistently keep my devices fully charged at all times. Back in my hotel room, I like to use portable batteries to charge my devices up, but this new TYLT 2.1A-WALL could really change that. Let's take a look at it, shall we?
There's not much to know here folks, as it's a super simple product. The 2.1A-WALL has two USB ports, with a total of 2.1A between them. On one side we have the power prong that goes into your wall, and well, that's it. We take a much closer look at that below.
TYLT has the 2.1A-WALL available in four colors: blue, gray, green and red. We had the gray one for testing here today, with any of the colors selling for $19.99 on TYLT's website.
Taking a Look Around the TYLT 2.1A-Wall
There's not much to look at when it comes to the 2.1A-WALL, is there? There's just a wall plug and two USB ports, so let's dive right into it.
We start off with the always gorgeous packaging from TYLT.
Here we have the top of the charger, with the TYLT branding.
Flipping it over onto its back, we can see that we have the two-prong connector ready to get installed into a power socket.
The most important thing here, the two USB ports for charging up your devices.
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