Logitech Galaxy S5 battery case gets rugged

We are now using our mobile devices far more than we ever have, this is because smartphone makers keep pushing the boundaries and adding more useful features, so much so that many of us do not feel the need to even carry a laptop around. However, by using these devices far more than we used to it puts a huge demand on battery life, and with battery technology not moving as fast as it should it comes down to using battery cases.

These are not ideal because they add bulk to the phone, although the protection [+] power Galaxy S5 battery case from Logitech is not as thick and heavy as some of the cases we have seen. This case also has another trick up its sleeve as it is rugged, hence the name.

Logitech Galaxy S5 battery case

One thing that stands out for us with the protection plus power for Samsung Galaxy S5 is that it not only comes in black, but a rather colorful blue and white, something we do not see very often with smartphone battery cases.

This ultra-protective Samsung Galaxy S5 case will help to protect your handset if you accidentally drop it, reducing the risk of dents, cracks or scratches. Even though the Logitech case exceeds Military Drop Standard (MIL-STD 810G), please don’t go testing it, as that would be foolish.

By using this battery case it will increase your Galaxy S5 battery life by 80 percent thanks to its built-in 2300 mAh battery. More details can be found on the Logitech website, but we can tell you the price is $99.99. The case is only available in the US for now, but we do expect a UK release in the not too distant future.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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