Mase TV

TYLT Tunz Rechargeable Bluetooth Speaker
January 14, 2015

The battery life is what sets it apart from others alike. You actually get hours of play time and you won’t have to charge it too often
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Android Authority

Interview with TYLT
January 12, 2015

With an increasing number of phones offering wireless charging capabilities, good wireless charging products are in growing demand. Tylt is one such company that has stepped up to address this need, and while it is still a young company, it has been making quite a name for itself in the wireless charging market
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iPhone Life

Presenting iPhone Life’s Best of CES 2015 Winners!
January 9, 2015

The Energi Sliding Power Case for iPhone 6 by TYLT is a fully protective inner case that comes with a 3200 mAh power sleeve.
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iPhone Life

CES 2015: New Power Cases and Accessories from TYLT
January 8, 2015

CES is a great showcase to find anything for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and TYLT is aiming to meet the demand for extended battery protection with their newest ENERGI cases. That's not all we found on display at their booth however. Read on for the full skinny on what these power pro specialists are featuring in 2015!
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Quick look at the TYLT reversible USB cable, car dock, and Moto 360 band [VIDEO]
January 8, 2015

Let’s talk about USB charging cables. Why is it so hard to plug in a USB cable in the correct orientation on the first try? And how is it possible that it can sometimes take three attempts to get it right? I’m convinced there is some black magic at play. Luckily engineers have been working on this problem, and this year it will finally be solved.
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Android Headline

CES 2015: Hands On With TYLT Charging Products
January 7, 2015

We got the chance to check out some of TYLT’s wireless charging and other products at CES 2015, and there’s a lot to love from the company that is bringing us some pretty cool stuff.
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Gotbe Mobile

TYLT Vu Wireless Car Charger Mount Debuts at CES
January 6, 2015

TYLT, the popular case, battery and accessory manufacturer for smartphones are back at CES 2015 with an entire host of new products. Their award winning chargers come to mind, and after a quick announcement late last year the company is busy showing off its new TYLT Vu Qi Wireless Car Charger and mount for the first time.
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9 to 5 Mac

The best iPhone cases & battery packs on show at CES 2015
January 6, 2015

There is a never ending supply of new iPhone cases at CES again this year, so we’ve decided to roundup the best of the best below. Some
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Iphone Life

Deciding Which Essential Accessories to Buy for Your New iPhone
January 6, 2015

Your iPhone will run out of juice at some point, so you will need a battery. There are dozens and dozens of them from a wide variety of manufacturers.
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9 to 5 Mac

Energi Sliding Power case for iPhone 6

The combination of a good basic case with a detachable battery sled will be a winner for many users. Read More

iPhone Life

Holiday Gift Guide: Chargers

TYLT makes some attractive accessories and one that deserves a spot in your gadget bag is the TYLT Energi 2K Smart Travel Charger. Read More

Android and Me

Tylt Energi+ Backpack: A must have for an on-the-go tech lover

It’s really a tech lover’s dream backpack. It’s got all the bells and whistles. It’s very well thought out and executed with top-end materials. It doesn’t cut corners Read More

ZD Net

The very best tech you can buy for $200 or less

TYLT’s Energi 10K stands out among the crowd Read More


Traveler’s Gift Guide 2014

During the day, the Tylt Energi 3K Battery Pack is a portable battery pack — slightly larger than a deck of cards — capable of simultaneously restoring a smartphone and a tablet from 30 percent to full power. Read More

Iphone in Canada

TYLT VU Qi Wireless Charger Review

The TYLT VU is a wireless charger that works with all Qi-compatible devices. The wireless charger has an innovative three coil system Read More

Android and Me

TYLT VU Qi Wireless Charger Review

Wireless chargers, while very convenient, can be frustrating at times. Many chargers have their own way of centering a device on its lone charging coil, while others don’t include anything to center it at all. Read More


Handy travel tech: Batteries, wireless charging and USBs

TYLT's latest is both a battery and a USB charger combined. That's convenient - you can charge your phone when you need to or top up the battery itself by folding down the power prongs and plugging it into an outlet” Read More


5 terrific, portable battery packs

“With a hefty 5,200 mAh of power on demand you can fully recharge your iPhone or Android” Read More

Gear Diary

ENERGI Sliding Power Case for Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

“ The design of the TYLT ENERGI Sliding Power Case for Samsung Galaxy S5 is nothing short of inspired ” Read More

Off Grid Survival

Energi 10K:

“ The Energi 10K allows you to pack some real power. In fact, you can charge up to three devices at one time, allowing you and your family to have some extra juice while off the grid ” Read More

Android and Me

VU Solo:

“In the end, it’s a fantastic wireless charger at a pretty low price. It undercuts the Nexus Wireless Charger and, in my experience, is easier to use” Read More

Android Police

VU Wireless Car Charging Mount

“I already can't see myself going back to a traditional charger. The VU Car Charger is just too sweet” Read More

Android Headlines

VU Solo

“For convenience and ease of use, this is great and it’s a classy way to take advantage of Qi charging including in your phone” Read More



“Energi 2K Travel Charger: Included in Inc.’s roundup of “35 Cool Gadgets That Make Business Travel Easier.” Read More

iPhone Life Magazine

Energi 2K Travel Charger

“This little powerhouse includes a standard U.S. plug right on its back so that it doesn’t require an adapter to charge...” Read More

Android Headlines

VU Wireless Charger

“Included in Android Headlines’ “Top 10 Best Qi Enabled Wireless Chargers” Read More

G Style Magazine


“It’s a great flat, tangle-free cable that can be twisted, bent and it still holds up” Read More


Energi 5K+

“When your gizmos are running on fumes, TYLT’s slim battery pack can provide a second life.” Read More


TYLT Gives Smartphone Accessories A Makeover

“Over the years, we’ve seen our gadgets evolve, but accessories are still playing catch-up. A company called TYLT is on a mission to change that.” Read More

Chip Chick

Tylt Syncable-Duo is the Switzerland of Syncing Cables

“Now you can have all the devices you want, with one charging and syncing cable to rule them all” Read More

Gotta Be Mobile

5 Best Galaxy S5 Battery Cases

“The ENERGI sliding power case offers two things you want. An excellent and low-profile case, and double the battery life for when you really need it.” Read More

USA TodayUSA Today

Energi Sliding Power Case for iPhone 6:

“If you’re looking for extra juice, TYLT’s ENERGI Sliding Power case includes a built-in 3,200mAh rechargeable battery.” Read More

Android Coliseum

Energi Energi+ Backpack:

“The material of the backpack is really solid and quite comfortable, I can't stress enough that this is the ultimate backpack for its quality and design. I think TYLT nailed it with this one.” Read More

Wicked Cool Bite

Energi Energi 2K Travel Charger:

“Energi 2K Travel Charger:

“Makes a great gift for travelers or on-the-go teenagers. It’s super simple.” Read More

The Gadgeteer

Energi 5K+:

“Energi 2K Travel Charger:

“I was thrilled with the way the TYLT ENERGI 5K+ 5200 mAh Battery Pack charged my devices. It charged our phones and iPod very quickly.” Read More

Android Coliseum

VU Wireless Charger:
9 / 12 / 2014

VU Wireless Charger:

“ What's cool is you don't even need to place your device on the VU pad vertically as it'll work in a landscape position as well” Read More

Uber Apparatus

9 / 7 / 2014

OK, life just got a little easier. The Syncable-Duo Charge and Sync Cable provides a much needed solution for those of us who don’t want to deal with the hassle of always carrying around separate cables read more


Energi 5K

TweakTown gave the Energi 5K a 91% rating and the Must Have Editor’s Choice more



Awarded 4.5/5 stars by Techaeris. “The Syncable-Duo is made of high quality, thick, flat cable that never tangles. You can see the build quality of the cable very more

USA Today


The TYLT Syncable-Duo Charge and Sync Cable can help reduce cord clutter. The two-in-one-cable has both a micro-USB and an Apple Lightning connector .read more

SF Gate

Energi 3K+

TYLT’s Energi 3K+ Battery Pack is an elegant solution to a new problem vexing travelers: keeping multiple mobile devices charged in the energy-draining more

Digital Photography Review

VU Wireless Charger
9/ 4 /2014

The unit just works no matter how sloppily I put the phone in the cradle. This is how wireless charging should more


Energi+ Backpack
9/ 1 /2014

Named a Hardware-360 Editor’s Choice. “The TYLT Energi+ Backpack with built-in battery is more


Energi Sliding Power Case for GS5:
9/ 1 /2014

Awarded 8.5/10 stars by MobileSyrup. "The Energi Sliding Power Case for the Samsung Galaxy S5 is another stylish addition to Tylt's accessory more

The Tech Geek

Syncable & Syncable-Duo:
8/ 27 /2014

Awarded 5/5 stars by The Tech Geek. “TYLT’s Syncable and Syncable-Duo are two great cables that everyone should have by their more

The Tech Geek

Band Car Charger:
8/ 26 /2014

Awarded 5/5 stars by The Tech more


8/ 22 /2014

Awarded 5/5 stars by MacSources. read more


8/ 20 /2014

TYLT is giving you a 2-for-1 deal with their newly released to market Syncable-Duo cables. What’s more, the cable is flat and tangle free read more

Gear Diary

Energi 2K Travel Charger:
8/ 20 /2014

Our devices are simply too power-hungry, and recharging on the go is a must. The TYLT Energi 2K Travel Charger is a stylish and convenient way to do just that. Best of all, it costs under $40 read more

Top Ten Reviews

VU Wireless Charger
8/ 20 /2014

Rated 9.8/10 by Top Ten Reviews. “This is an incredibly well-made product that looks fantastic. read more


Energi 10K:
8/ 19 /2014

The TYLT Energi 10K Battery Pack gives you peace of mind when your portable gadgets are running low. read more

Gizmodo India

Energi+ Backpack:
8/ 19 /2014

The build quality of the backpack is impressive. I've bought a Samsonite and a Targus for utility and a UCB and an Adidas for style, but the TYLT Energi+ Backpack read more

Gotta Be Mobile

ALIN for GS5
8/ 22 /2014

All said and done, for $19.99 you get four screen protectors and one of the easiest installs we’ve done to date read more

Android Headlines

Energi 10K
8/ 09 /2014

Included in Android Headlines’ Top 10 Portable Batteries/Battery Packs read more

Android Central

Energi 5K:
8/ 08 /2014

When I need it I get a power bump off of my TYLT battery, which at 5000mAh strikes a good balance between size and functionality. read more

Gear Diary

8/ 07 /2014

The TYLT TAGZ Programmable NFC Stickers take the NFC prowess of the phone to an entirely new level. read more

Android and Me

ALIN for GS5
8/ 07 /2014

I seriously love the TYLT ALIN screen protector applicator. It makes the job incredibly easy. The screen protectors themselves are nice and clear, with no major distortion or problems. read more

Yahoo Travel

Energi+ Backpack:
8/ 06 /2014

Now that some international passengers have to turn on their phones to prove that their devices are just that, these bags are invaluable read more


Energi Sliding Power Case for iPhone 5/S:
8/ 06 /2014

Included in PCMag’s Best iPhone 5S & 5C Cases. read more

The Tech Geek

Energi 2K Travel Charger:
8/05 /2014

Received 4.8 out of 5 stars - “TYLT’s Energi 2K Travel Charger with Built-in Battery can really give you ease of mind knowing you will never be stranded with 0% battery life. read more


8/ 03 /2014

The bright, thick, no tangle cables are a great addition to any mobile gear kit. read more

Tech Talk

TYLT Galaxy S 5 Sliding Power Case Review
August 5, 2014

The case has a rechargeable removable power sleeve, which makes this case unique and stands out from the other power cases that are on the market. This is what I like about this case. The phone itself fits into an inner protective case, which can be used normally without having to be connected to the battery sleeve. This inner case is actually very nice. The batter sleeve oozes with quality. read more

Tech Talk

Energi Power Case (Galaxy S5)
8/ 03 /2014

The battery sleeve oozes with quality... The main advantage of this case over others, is the usability and the protectiveness. read more

Powered Reviews

Energi 5K
8/ 03 /2014

TYLT keeps its reputation going with the Energi 5K+. This Power Bank achieves overall high performance testing scores... read more


Energi 2K Travel Charger
8/ 01 /2014

Seriously consider this accessory if you’re looking to save space in a bag and want nearly one full iPhone read more


Energi 2K, 3K, 5K, 10K:
8/ 01 /2014

All the TYLT batteries are pretty compact and lightweight for the power they deliver and the designs are both stylish and thoughtful. read more


Energi+ Backpack:
7/ 29 /2014

For tech-focused older students, we like the TYLT Energi+ Backpack read more

Huff Post

Energi Battery Packs:
7/ 29 /2014

Overall, I thought the collection was terrific. So much so that TYLT is now competing with myCharge as my default go-to charger company. read more

Pinstripe Mag

Y-Charge 4.2
7/ 22 /2014

The Y-Charge 4.2 Dual USB Car Charger is a fun little take on the traditional car charger that just makes your life that much easier... read more

Cult of Mac

Energi 3K+:
6/ 2 /2014

has a simple feature that sets it apart from most other battery packs - a built-in Lightning Cable... read more


Energi Battery Pack Series:
6/ 04 /2014

TYLT has set a high standard for backup batteries with their Energi line. read more

Android Community

Energi+ Power Backpack
6/ 05 /2014

Roomy, powerful, and comfortable, the Energi+ Power Backpack from TYLT is one you should check out even if you don't always need power on the go read more

Gear Diary

ALIN (all models)
6/ 05 /2014

The ALIN system is a brilliant approach to installing screen protectors read more

Making of a Mom

Energi 10K:
6/ 03 /2014

This battery will keep you going for days without needing a recharge itself.. read more


Energi+ Backpack
5/ 30 /2014

Giving the TYLT Energi+ Backpack a rating of 96 percent is... read more


5/ 28 /2014

The alignment tool is where the uniqueness comes into play, and for anyone who's ever screwed up a screen protector application.. read more

Android Community

Energi Travel Charger:
5/ 28 /2014

The alignment tool is where the uniqueness comes into play, and for anyone who's ever screwed up a screen protector read more

Android Headlines

Energi 10K:
5/ 31 /2014

For less than $25, you can add wireless charging functionality without an extra bulk or case, which is pretty awesome.Featured as a Top 10 battery pack in Android Headlines read more

Android Authority

5/ 30 /2014

For less than $25, you can add wireless charging functionality without an extra bulk or case, which is pretty awesome. read more

BW One

Energi 10K:
5/ 26 /2014

The TYLT Energi 10K is so far one of my favorite portable battery packs to carry around [and] use on the go. read more

NH Tech

Energi Sliding Power Case for GS4:
5/ 21 /2014

After using this case for a about a week, I tried my best to look for fault it in any way. But I couldn't find any way. read more

Fox News

5/ 12 /2014

Remove current Fox News link and replace with "42 Must-Have Tech Toys read more


5/ 06 /2014

CNET Editors' Rating: Excellent, 4/5 stars. I'd prefer it over the many smaller, cheaper, and more versatile battery packs available read more

Android Headlines

TYLT VU MATE Wireless Charging Receiver Card Review
May 7, 2014

TYLT has a really cool alternative to Samsung's wireless charging cover … It's very easy to install and is probably one of my favorite accessories for the Samsung Galaxy S5. read more

Gear Diary

TYLT VU MATE Wireless Charging Receiver Card Review
May 7, 2014

For under $25, the VU-MATE lets you inductively charge your S5. I love it. read more


TYLT VU Wireless Charger Review
April 13, 2014

As a home office/personal use product, the Tylt Vu is one of the best wireless chargers on the market. read more

Laptop Mag

TYLT ENERGI Sliding Power Case Review
March 6, 2014

The Tylt Energi Sliding Power Case gives your iPhone up to 10 more hours of battery life, and you can remove the battery when you need less bulk. read more


Here's the Gear We Couldn't Live Without This Month
February 28, 2014

As much as I love battery packs -- they're essential travel companions -- I hate the cables you need to carry in order to use them. So of course I freaked out over this TYLT battery pack with built-in cables, which conveniently arrived just before I left on a two-week vacation. The Energi 5K+ ($90) comes in a few different configurations, but this one is my favorite: It has a Lightning cable for my iPhone 5s and a micro-USB cable for my Kindle, and both of the cables snap cleanly into the body of the battery pack when not in use. There's also an agnostic USB port on the side for any other charging cable. The 5,200mAh cell juices up overnight and is good for three full iPhone boostings, and a 3-Amp circuit lets you charge two devices at once. Best of all, the whole thing is just about the same size as a phone, so packing this power-up in your pants is no problemo. read more


February 4, 2014

Qi wireless charging is great if your phone has it. What's not so great is trying to find the hotspot on your charger, so that you don't set your phone down and walk away, only to come back to find a dead device. The Tylt Vu Wireless Charger eliminates this issue with multi-coil free positioning technology that lets you drop your phone down - in either orientation - and have it charge just as rapidly as a wall charger without the need to fool with the placement. read more

Technology X

TYLT Band, Y-Charge, And Energi 5k+ Review - Mobile Accessories To Keep Your Gear Charged
January 28, 2014

TYLT is a company that reinvents the way we think of our mobile accessories. There is no reason why every car-charging adapter needs to be the same design, or why our tablet/smartphone use should be limited to the duration allowed by the battery size that is determined by the manufacturer. TYLT has created some innovative products to further diversify our mobile accessories, and you will not want to keep them in the glove box of your vehicle!

Technology X had the opportunity to meet up with TYLT at CES this year, where we were introduced to a variety of innovative products. Thanks to TYLT, we have the opportunity to look at the TYLT Band Car Charger, Y-Charge and Energi 5K+. read more


Review: TYLT Energi+ Backpack
January 20th, 2014

TYLT sent me their Energi+ Backpack just before I left for CES, and I thought CES would be the prefect venue to test it out. I received the pack about 12 days before I left for CES and decided to not even open it until the day before my flight left so as to not get any first impressions until I was in the testing phase (boy that was hard). So, the day before my flight left I unpacked it and got it all ready to go for the trip. I fit a Macbook 13? laptop, Acer Chromebook, Nikon D3100 (w extra lenses), a couple external batteries, both cords for the laptops and various other small extras into the pack with room left over. Before we go any further, let's list the specs for the Energi+. read more


Cult of Mac

TYLT's Energi Wall-Charger Battery Is The Kind Of Smart Tech We'll Actually Use [CES 2014]
January 8th, 2014

LAS VEGAS - There're a lot of seemingly brilliant, sexy tech here at CES. razor-precise, slightly annoying miniature flying drones! A case for your iPhone that gives it weird, infra-red Superman eyes!

Wonderful. But would we really end up using this stuff? I mean, yeah, we probably would. But not every day. Probably not every month. On the other hand, TYLT's Energi 2K - a wall charger with a USB port that also houses a battery - is the kind of brilliant idea that we imagine we'd actually want to use every day. read more

insanely great

Tylt Alin Screen Protector Applicator Tool - CES 2014
January 8th, 2014

The Tylt Alin is a system for easily installing screen protectors on smart phones. This video shows the install on an iPhone. It contains the applicator tool that aligns the screen protector to be straight and four screen protectors. Potentially it should also work with any similar film protectors. The kit sells for $20. read more


Tylt Energi Sliding Case
October 16, 2013

Another gadget from Tylt is the Energi Sliding case. It fits the Samsung Galaxy S4 and provides 2,350mAh of extra power for when your battery goes dead. read more


October 16, 2013

Tylt's Vu is a $70 wireless charger for devices that can charge via inductive charging. It has a three coil system, which means it can charge at any angle and can even charge larger devices like the Nexus 7 2013. read more


Power up your Galaxy S4 with some Energi (hands-on)
October 16, 2013

We've all been there before: It's nearly the end of the day (or sometimes just the middle of the day), you're no where near an outlet, and your phone battery is all dried more

The Inquisitr

TYLT Energi+ Backpack Review
October 13, 2013

It's not often that I review a backpack and actually find the product extremely useful or interesting, but with TYLT's Energi+, I actually found myself amazed by how useful a battery-equipped backpack could be.

TYLT's Energi+ received its first round of media coverage when it made an appearance at CES 2013, but it took a few months for the backpack to finally come out. For a road warrior like myself, being able to plug in my devices on-the-go without ever looking further than my backpack, is quite an appealing idea. read more

Tech Investor News

Wonky Screen Protectors Are A Thing Of The Past With ALIN For iPhone [Review]
October 10, 2013

I've applied dozens of screen protectors to my iPhones over the years, and I'd say less than 10% of them actually went on straight. They almost always go on wonky first time, and that means pulling them away and applying them again.

Fortunately, I don't have to worry about this anymore, because I have the ALIN from TYLT. The ALIN plastic alignment tool that clips into the side of your iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s and ensures that every single screen protector you apply goes on completely straight first time. read more


Tylt Band + Ruggd for iPhone 5c
Sep 17, 2013

Continuing the wave of iPhone 5c cases arriving before Friday's official launch, Tylt has sent over its Band ($35) and Ruggd ($35) protectors. Band is the more basic option of the two: a co-molded plastic and rubber case, it offers CandyShell-like protection with a grey, matte plastic body, and a band of yellow, blue, or pink rubber across the middle. Ruggd is similar, although as the name suggests, it's more ruggedized. read more


TYLT Energi+ Backpack Review: Power and functionality to please the road warrior
Sep 3, 2013

The folks at TYLT have some cool mobile accessories and recently held a successful Kickstarter campaign for their new Energi+ backpack. I have been using it for a couple of weeks and think the 13 pockets, large internal storage compartment, and 10,400 mAh battery will appeal to the road warrior. read more


IRL: Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight and the PowerPlant portable battery pack
Aug 19th, 2013

If there's one thing that seems to run out consistently -- particularly when you need it the most -- it's energy. You after a long day, a boxer in the 12th round and, most importantly, your smartphone at around 5 p.m. The abysmal battery life offered up by most gadgets far and wide has created an entire industry of backups -- charging devices engineered solely to provide [insert gizmo here] with an adequate amount of juice. I've toyed with a lot of portable battery packs in my day, but TYLT's PowerPlant is one that's worth a second look. read more.


IRL: TYLT's Energi charging backpack and the Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio
Jul 29th, 2013

We had a chance to check out the Energi backpack back at CES, and at long last, it's shipping to consumers. I've spent the last couple of weeks attempting to fit it into my daily life, and I've found quite a few things that I dig. For one, it's super comfortable. The straps boast a wildly padded shoulder brace; it looks a little weird, but I've found myself longing for something similar on every other pack. Then there's the flexibility. The company was wise enough to not permanently install the 10,400mAh battery pack, so when you're using it sans gadgetry, you don't have to lug around extra weight. read more.

The Next Web

External battery packs and in-car chargers tested: Anker versus TYLT
July 29, 2013

Let's discuss smartphone and tablet battery life. It is atrocious. Thankfully a few temporary solutions to this problem exist, as we wait for battery technology to catch up and for manufacturers to stop trying to slim down products and focus on making them last. Today we'll be talking about two options consumers have: external battery packs and car chargers.

I had the pleasure of mashing three products head-to-head in the external battery arena as well as two from the car charger space. All of these are options when you need to charge your device on the go, but some are better than others. read more.

The Sunday Times

Brits say, "Best"
July 28, 2013

This iPhone 5 case is a clever design that combines protection with extra power only when you need it. It's actually a pair of cases; a thin, rubberish one that you attach permanently to the phone for basic protection, adding hardly any bulk; and a thicker, rechargeable main unit that slides over and locks to the first to provide a serious 2,500 milliamp hours (mAh) of extra power over the phone battery's 1,440mAh. click here for the full article.


Neat Freaks, Rejoice: This Smartphone Car Charger Doesn't Tangle
June 24, 2013

The world is full of perfectly serviceable smartphone accessories. Hell, every Apple Store seems to have an entire wall built of them. So for a product to make any real noise in the overcrowded category, or to even really justify its existence in the first place, it has to do something different. The Band, a smartphone car charger by accessory outfit Tylt, brings one big innovation to the table. Its chunky, ribbon-style cable is constitutionally tidy and utterly immune to tangles.

When NewDealDesign, the San Francisco-based agency tasked with rebranding Tylt, set out to find the accessory maker's new marquee product early last year, the car charger was far from an untapped category. There were dozens available on the market, many of which worked fine and looked nice enough themselves. The problem, the firm's designers found, was the state those chargers inevitably settled into after a few weeks of in-car use: jumbled up in the no-mans land between the front seats.
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The Wall Street Journal

TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth NFC speaker and charger Hands-on
February 1, 2013

THE FRONT SEATS of an automobile make for a cramped mobile office. But for most drivers, that's what the space has become. The car's cigarette-lighter receptacle may have humble origins, yet these days it powers just about every gadget that gets taken on the open road-smartphones and tablets, radar detectors and GPS units alike.

So it should come as no surprise when those few inches of space between each bucket seat turn into a jumbled mess of wires. Every device requires its own power cable, which somehow has a way of tangling and knotting itself when you aren't looking.

For many juice-strapped motorists, the TYLT Band Car Charger is the answer to their prayers. Its flat, semirigid cord resists kinking (why aren't all cables made this way?) and terminates in one of three connectors to accommodate most devices: a 30-pin model for older iPhones and iPads; micro-USB for just about all smartphones and dumbphones; and, next month, a Lightning version, for Apple's latest generation of mobile gear.

The Band also has an open USB port for plugging in a second cord-even one that's proprietary-to charge an additional device. The durable silicone unibody construction comes in four Technicolor shades and houses a 2.1 amp circuit, which is powerful enough to charge two smartphones or a voracious tablet. And when not in use, the Band is easy to curl up into a tidy coil. $40,

Market Watch

Jan. 3, 2013

TYLT lives at the forefront of innovation in mobile accessories, empowering users to redefine the norm. By starting with the most powerful products that currently exist in a category and innovating up, TYLT promises the most sophisticated technology and forward design available. Current product offerings include power products, audio products and protective cases. TYLT is dedicated to shifting consumer expectations through best-in-quality accessories which innovate briskly to stay a step ahead of the fast-paced smart product launches.

Slash Gear

TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth NFC speaker and charger Hands-on
Jan 7th 2013

For those looking for awesome and unique accessories for their favorite devices we have another fun one to show you today. Here at CES 2013 we caught up with TYLT, an accessory manufacturer that had all sorts of fun new products on display this year. What we're showing below is their all new TYLT Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a charger and even has NFC capabilities.

TYLT had tons of products on display here, and we'll be showing off more all week long. Their brand new TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth speaker had a few unique features up its sleeve like bass reflex, NFC tag capabilities, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, and even acts as an external charger for those moments in need.

All of TYLT's new products are fun and full of color. Who needs the boring and old white anyways right? The TYLT TUNZ includes three adjustable and interchangeable silicon bands of different colors so you can personalize the look whenever you'd like. Connectivity is as usual via Bluetooth, but also offers the usual 3.5mm audio in, as well as audio out to export sound to a nearby device or TV. Then we mentioned NFC. The TUNZ comes with a free NFC app by Tagstand for easy NFC tagging to instantly play your favorite music and more.

With 30 hours of playback, the 2,500 mAh battery inside also doubles as a portable charger via USB 2.0 to your favorite smartphone. For more details and information you'll want to start by heading here, and TYLT told SlashGear to expect their new speaker to hit the streets in early Q2 of 2013. The expected retail price will be $149, so should compete nicely with other options such as the JAMBOX. Even though the competition doesn't offer the charging feature.

Slash Gear

TYLT Energi Backpack charges 3 devices at a time, we go hands-on
Jan 8th 2013

The awesome backpack you see below is the Energi Backpack from the folks at TYLT. They're here at CES 2013 showing off a wide array of accessories for all sorts of users. From iPhone 5 cases, TYLT TUNZ Bluetooth speakers, fun multi-colored chargers and more. This new backpack available now is certainly made with those who carry multiple devices every day in mind. Read on for more details.

We've seen powered Backpacks before that pack internal batteries to charge our favorite smartphones, tablets, and more, but this is made to handle any and all situations. With nearly enough pockets to store your entire office, an awesome industrial design, and 3 USB cables to handle a wide array of devices you'll never be without juice.

TYLT's new Erergi Backpack rocks a 10,050 mAh battery that's built in, and will be able to charge your average smartphone almost each day of the week, depending on size. They've equipped this backpack with an array of compartments to store everything, and they've also got a place specifically for your tablet.

You can charge a single device, or up to three simultaneously. It sports three USB ports on the side and enough cables to access the nearly 10 different compartments. Every area of the backpack can be provided with juice to charge devices, but it comes with 3 cables already routed for your convenience. The TYLT Energi Backpack can be charged back up via micro-USB, as well as a full USB 2.0 port on the side for easy recharging on the go. It's currently available for $169.


Energi charging backpack by TYLT hands-on
Jan 8th, 2013

Seemingly made for the urban warrior, the Energi charging backpack by TYLT does precisely what it claims to do. Hosted on Christie Street as a crowd-funded project and shown off here at CES 2013, the bag offers an array of compartments for everyday product storage (as you would assume), in addition to a charging base within its main pouch. The brick is capable of charging up to three devices simultaneously via USB, as well as a micro-USB port for juicing the bag itself. There's also an accessible slit on the lower right side for threading out cords and charging devices on-the-go. It's currently on sale for $169, but look for that price to jump to $189 once the company reaches its $150,000 goal.


TYLT Fusion Case: A case within a case
8 January 2013

LAS VEGAS, US--Most charging cases are designed to fit the phone perfectly, which means you have to remove the phone cover (if there is one) before you can slide the phone in to charge. A charging case is a phone cover that comes with built-in battery to extend the battery life of the phone.

The Fusion Case from TYLT, however, takes away the hassle of having to remove the phone cover. In this case, the phone cover, together with the phone, can be inserted directly into the charging case.

While we are still not sure how viable this charging solution will be, given the overall package will be slightly more bulky, it is nonetheless worth considering if you are one of those who hate having to remove the phone cover every time you need to use the charging case.

TYLT has not released a launch date or price for the Fusion Case.

Tech Crunch

TYLT's Product Lineup Materializes At CES
January 8th, 2013

Last week, TYLT sent out a press release touting their new lineup of products, including several 3D renderings. I have to say that after getting a chance to look at a few of the actual products here at CES, the lineup looks impressive and the renderings seemed accurate.

Additionally, the company had a few extra products not mentioned last week in the initial lineup, like the Fusion Case, that also really grabbed my attention. The Fusion Case is essentially, a case within a case. The outer shell is a 2500 milliamp battery sleeve while the inner case is a rubber protector with a much slimmer profile. The two cases fit together so that while not re-charging, you can still have some protection without all the bulk. A good idea.

For the uninitiated, TYLT manufactures rubberized smartphone charging products with a neon flare that, while bright and lively, never seems to be overbearing. They are rather "Wonka-esque" if anything and their rubberized concepts are grippable and comforatable.

Also launching at CES is the company's Energi Backpack, a backpack containing a battery with more than 10,000 milliamps of juice to charge multiple mobile devices. The battery also has cables that are snaked throughout the pack to make charing less tangled.

Android Police

[CES 2013] The First Thing At CES I Actually Want: The TYLT VU, A Wireless Qi Charger That Doesn't Suck

Wireless charging is awesome, but wireless chargers blow. They are so finicky. I have a Nexus 4 and an LG wireless charger, so I know all about this first hand: Take your wireless charging phone, put it on your wireless charger, and it charges, right? Well, only sometimes. The charging coil in the phone and in the charger need to be lined up just right for the power flow to happen. Move the phone 1 mm off center and it stops charging, bump the table it's on and it stops charging, breathe on it funny, and it stops charging.

7YL7 TYLT solves this pretty simply with a charge they call the "TYLT Vu." It has multiple charging coils in the charger, so there really is nothing to line up with. Just throw it on the charger and you're done. It will even work if your phone is sideways or upside down, as you can see in the pictures. It's a reliable wireless charger.

It uses the Qi wireless charging standard, so it should work for a Nexus 4, Droid DNA, LG Spectrum 2, and many others.

Sadly, there's no word on pricing or availability yet. Like most things at CES, all we could get out of them was "coming soon." I want one.

Cult of Mac

A Gallery Of Gadget Gems At The CES's Pepcom [CES 2013]
Jan 8th

LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 - Last night, the Cult of Mac staff attended a CES event called Pepcom. It's a heavily sponsored event with hundreds of companies showing off their latest products to members of the press. Some products are not available for retail and a few don't even have prices yet. Pepcom goes all out on themes. The more elaborate, the better. This year the theme was "tailgating," so there was a lot of deep fried food and people dressed as football players and cheerleaders.

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Show Report: Tylt
January 7, 2013

Relative Apple accessory newcomer Tylt is on hand at CES showing off many of its new and recent products. In addition to an updated version of the cables we saw last year, Tylt showed iPhone 5 cases, with and without batteries, a Bluetooth wireless speaker, a battery pack with Lightning connector, and a recharging backpack with a serious battery.

Tech Fever

[CES 2013] TYLT Energi Charging Backpack
January 8, 2013

We've been anticipating the arrival of TYLT chargers and now that the CES 2013 gates have opened, they're here. Let's zoom in on the TYLT Energi Charging Backpack as it's the one that caught my attention because it's a bag which is obviously very portable.

I'm on a bag-shopping diet this year but as early as now, I'm saying I might break the pact. This TYLT Energi Charging Backpack is just too good to be true. Thing is, I don't think I could shell out $169 for this one. But then the project is socially funded I could also decide on supporting the makers.

The charging backpack features many compartments, a charging base, USB port, micro-USB port, and slit for threading out cords and charging while on the move.

The company responsible for this bag design wants to raise at least $150,000 to finally go into production. Won't you help this green bag initiative?

Damn Geeky

CES 2013: Smartmobile accessories by TYLT and Tagstand will steal the show
January 5th, 2013

You as a consumer of electronic goods always crave for products that solve more than one purpose, and that is exactly what the partnership of TYLT (leader in smart mobile accessories) and Tagstand is aiming to achieve. With a futuristic view of how modern day gadgets should be and their accessories so that the end-user has an exhilarating experience the duo has come up with a line of products to be revealed at CES 2013.

# Powerplant portable battery pack - Having a high capacity battery under the hood this portable battery charger makes sure that you never ever run out of juice for your long list of gadgets that you might be taking out on an adventure trip or any other situation when portable charging is needed. It will easily charge your smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth device in tandem with enough battery charge still left to charge your gadgets one more time.

# Y-Charge dual USB car charger - Compatible with any USB chargeable device this sleek design charger comes with a dual charging option so that one can juice up their gadget's battery on the go.

Geek Sugar

Jan 9 2013

We iPhone users are suffering from a serious case of Qi envy - but, finally, there's a wireless charging solution that's practical and looks great. Tylt, which won a 2013 CES Innovation Award earlier this week for its Band car charger, has just launched a wireless charging dock called Vu. With most wireless chargers, the device has to be positioned just right, but Vu has multiple coils that can power Qi-compatible phones in any position

The Vu is angled at 45 degrees, making for a nice stand to use your smartphone while it's charging. Its soft, rubberized surface prevents devices from sliding around while powering up. Existing docks are typically very slow, but Tylt claims its wireless charging dock can charge devices as fast as a traditional wall plug.

Available in red, yellow, blue, or black, the Vu dock would make a fitting addition to a minimalist, modern home. Sorry iPhone users, only Qi-compatible phones like the Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S III, and Droid DNA can use the dock. Neither the availability nor pricing has been announced yet.

Gadget Review

09 January 2013

The tech press was relatively light on Apple for not infusing the new iPhone 5 with Qi technology. Qi, named after the Chinese term and philosophy for Qi (pronounced Chi) energy flow, is the new global standard that allows a Qi-enabled devices to be placed atop a Qi-enabled charger for wireless battery charging. Toward the end of last year, there were 120 companies, each with many products under their belt, all committed to adding Qi into their products if not already infused.

Well TYLT, the mobile device manufacturer, has just unveiled the Vu wireless charger for untethered power-ups. Simply place a Qi-enabled phone on the Vu charger to begin the power transfer. TYLT says users will enjoy rapid charging "as fast as a traditional plug-in charger". The Vu sits at a 45 degree angle so you can still see and use your device and comes in a variety of color options.

Like Cool

TYLT Band Wall Charger
Jan 8 2013

A company called TYLT, design an iPhone charger that replaces wire with a flat ribbon to keep your bag clutter free. Dubbed the "Band Wall Charger", the new charger wraps the ribbon around the cylindrical plug for clean and organized storage. Priced at $40. Good idea.


A Hefty Battery Makes Tylt's Energi Charging Backpack Worth Lugging Around
JAN 8, 2013

Wouldn't it be nice to travel with a reliable and portable power outlet for all of your mobile electronics? That's the dream that Tylt has possibly made a reality with its new Energi Backpack that houses a hefty 10,050 mAh battery that's accessible via three USB ports, allowing even the iPad and other tablets to recharge while buried in your bag.

But what makes the Energi particularly slick is an inner networking system that lets you route cables and setup your own little power grid inside the pack. It includes microUSB, 30-pin dock connector, and lightning USB cables, and you're able to use your own charging adapters as well to supply power to devices inside any of the Energi's many pockets. The battery itself can be swapped in and out, but an easy-access USB cable means you never actually have to remove it for recharging. At $169 it's on the high-end of gear bags, but when you consider it includes cables for your iOS gear and a big battery, it suddenly sounds like a real bargain.