Incipio unveils range of new USB Type-C accessories and offGRID battery packs for iPhone

Incipio, a name well known in the mobile accessories market, has debuted a slew of new USB Type-C accessories for the MacBook, along with some new offGRID battery accessories for iPhone.

Starting off with Incipio's new USB Type-C offerings, the company has announced a new dock and a new hub that can help extend the port options on your MacBook. The USB Type-C Dual Port Hub sports two USB Type-A passthrough ports, along with a retractible connector for $25. The USB Type-C Dock on the other hand features one USB Type-A port along with an ethernet jack, and HDMI port and one USB Type-C port than can power your MacBook while the Dock is in use. The USB Type-C Dock will cost $80.

As far as iPhone accessories are concerned, Incipio has a few new offerings on tap, all under the name of its offGRID lineup. Kicking things off is the new offGRID Bluetooth Smart Backup Battery Case for the iPhone 6 and 6s. The case runs for $80 and sports a 3,000mAh battery inside, along with the ability wirelessly control battery power and monitor usage with the Incipio offGrid Smart Battery App.

Incipio Offgrid

Additionally, Incipio has debuted the new offGRID Backup Battery 2000mAh, which is a cylindrical portable battery for $60. As the name implies, the portable battery packs a 2000mAh cell and features an integrated Lightning connector. Incipio is also offering a bundle that contains two of the batteries along with a dock that can charge both at once for $70. Obviously, the given pricing here makes the bundle a much better deal if you're interested.

Finally, Incipio has also introduced a new USB Type-C Wall Charger with USB-C and USB-A ports for $35, along with an offGRID Type-C Portable Backup Battery with USB-C and USB-A ports on board for $100 (8000mAh) or $130 (12000mAh).

Incipio says that all of the new accessories will be available sometime in Q2 2016. If you happen to be at CES 2016, you can check them all out at Incipio's booth at the show.