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November 06, 2012

BuQu Tech Unveils Product Roadmap for 2013


BuQu Tech, a U.S.0-based manufacturer and distributor of consumer electronic power accessories, has unveiled its product roadmap for 2013. BuQu Tech said that continuing into 2013, it plans release a dozen products.

The product include Magnetyze Bundle for the Samsung Galaxy S3 (Protective Case), Magnetyze bundle for the Samsung Galaxy S3 (replacement back cover), iPhone (News - Alert) 4/4S Case with integrated battery pack, case for the iPhone5, external battery pack, doubling smartphone runtime, and a car stand.

 Magnetyze by BuQu Tech applies patent-pending magnetics technology to keep smartphones charged, synchronized and ready to “grab and go.” The high performance Magnetyze platform eliminates multiple cords, clumsy cradles and new charging accessories with every smartphone upgrade.

“Magnetyze’ is the new verb in mobile, bringing the magic of magnetics to iPhones, Androids and, over time, any number of other smartphones,” said Raj Mitra, VP, product development at BuQu Tech, in a statement.

It is the foundation for an entirely different approach to mobile accessories, a richer yet simpler alternative to any case or charging system on the market – one that addresses the need for both power and protection. “While the iPhone 4/4S bundle is here now, we’re delighted to unveil our product roadmap for 2013. As we said at launch this past summer, the iPhone 4/4S bundle is just the beginning,” he said

 “As the 2013 product lineup demonstrates, Magnetyze is the perfect solution for families who use more than one smartphone platform because every phone equipped with a Magnetyze protective case is instantly compatible with every Magnetyze accessory,” said Shari Gibbons, COO, BuQu Tech.

“Now, iPhone and Android (News - Alert) users can peacefully co-exist on the same charging platform. We’re putting the principles of magnetics to work for smartphone users who appreciate functionality, style and the ability to grab their phone and go without the hassles associated with legacy charging devices,” said Gibbons.




Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli
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