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Exigo USB Charger

A project in Tucson, AZ by Apparently Connected
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The Exigo is the fastest, most intelligent and powerful four-port USB charger for powering all of your mobile devices.
Backers: 52
Average Pledge Per Backer: $162

Funded: $8,406 of $150,000
Dates: Aug 19th -> Oct 3rd (45 days)
Project By: Apparently Connected
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Last Updated: September 12 @ 15:04 -0400 GMT

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Latest News

Try and try again..

September 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Kickstarters,   Although we still have about half our campaign left, we think it's pretty clear at this point we will not meet our funding goal without the assistance of a minor miracle. Rather than delay that resolution until the bitter end,... (Read More)

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September 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Kickstarters, We've received some good and some surprising feedback on our page and product these first couple weeks.  Several people did not notice the Exigo includes an OLED display.  Also for international buyers - yes, we will be including... (Read More)

In it for the long haul

August 20th - via: kickstarter.com
I just wanted to thank everyone that has backed us this first week.  We were really excited to see the response the first 24 hours and although things have quieted down a bit since, we have plenty of time left to spread the word.  We just got back... (Read More)

Time Machine... and WOW

August 20th - via: kickstarter.com
We've had a few dozen people point out the the schedule on the bottom of the Kickstarter page is inaccurate.  It shows Delivery in March 2014.  We don't own a time machine so yes it should be 2015. Thanks everyone for pointing that out!  Sorry for... (Read More)

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