ZAGG Introduces New Lineup of ZAGGsparq Portable Batteries

ZAGG Introduces New Lineup of ZAGGsparq Portable Batteries

Offers new size, power and pricing options

SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ZAGG has released a complete lineup of portable batteries to provide reliable power solutions for jetsetters, students, professionals and other consumers who are always on the go. Available in three size and charging options, the new family includes the ZAGGsparq 1220, ZAGGsparq 3100, and ZAGGsparq 6000.

ZAGG Inc introduces a new lineup of ZAGGsparq portable backup batteries for handheld electronics. (P ...

ZAGG Inc introduces a new lineup of ZAGGsparq portable backup batteries for handheld electronics. (Photo: Business Wire)

ZAGGsparq portable batteries will charge any device that utilizes a USB, including smartphones and tablets. Different from other portable batteries on the market, the ZAGGsparq family has been constructed with built-in prongs that allow the device to double as a wall charger, eliminating the need for an extra power adapter.

All three new models contain Lithium Polymer batteries and are made out of polycarbonate to protect the device from wear and tear.

  • ZAGGsparq 1220, $39.99, provides supporting power for mobile devices utilizing its 1200mAh, 1A power source.
  • ZAGGsparq 3100, $69.99, is designed to provide two recharges for mobile devices through its 3100mAh battery.
  • ZAGGsparq 6000, $99.99, a heavy-duty portable power station that provides up to four recharges for a mobile device using a 6000mAh battery. It also maintains two USB ports for charging multiple mobile phones or a phone and a tablet.

In addition, the ZAGGsparq 3100 and 6000 feature the company's Hypercharge Technology, a proprietary technology that enables a mobile device to receive a full charge up to four times faster than when utilizing a standard USB charger.

"ZAGG is the trusted brand for creative, portable power solutions that recharge mobile devices on demand," said Derek Smith, executive vice president of ZAGG Inc, which manufactures and markets ZAGG and iFrogz products. "The purchase of any product in the ZAGGsparq family negates the need for consumers to frantically search for an open electrical outlet in unfamiliar places, such as airports, hotels and office spaces. Now, consumers can simply pack their ZAGGsparq portable battery in a purse or briefcase with the added peace of mind that they will have additional battery power anywhere and anytime they need it."

The ZAGGsparq family of portable batteries is available online at and through select retailers nationwide.

The ZAGG brand represents a complete line of innovative keyboard, film, power and audio accessories for tablets and smartphones that protect, personalize and enhance the mobile experience. More information about the products in its portfolio can be found at

About ZAGG Inc

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, ZAGG Inc (NAS: ZAGG) is a global mobile device accessories and technology company that provides creative quality product solutions to protect, personalize and enhance a consumer's mobile experience. With a brand portfolio that includes ZAGG® and iFrogz, ZAGG manufactures and markets a complete line of mobile device accessories, including keyboards, cases, audio and protective films, through direct, retail, specialty and international channels. ZAGG was formed in 2005 and had gross sales of $179 million in 2011. More information about the company and its brands is at

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