Best of CES: MOTA Wireless GoPro Charger
Wearable tech brand MOTA is in the midst of launching the first-ever wireless GoPro charger, and they're using Kickstarter and Indiegogo to do it. Early adopters of the sleek weatherproof device can get in on the action by backing the project for only $55. When the charger goes live to the masses it will retail for $100.
"I personally use GoPro," company co-founder Kevin Faro told us, who is attending CES this week. "The wireless charger allows users to continue shooting without worrying about battery life."
One of the main features is that the camera can be charged without being removed from its housing, meaning users don't have to worry about exposing it to the elements, damaging the lens, or risk losing any parts. It has also been designed to withstand all weather conditions and allows for charging an extra Hero 3 or Hero 4 battery.
Faro is not kidding when he says he's a fan of GoPro; in MOTA's Kickstarter video Faro jumps out of a plane with the device strapped to his helmet.
It's small enough to fit in your pocket but packs a punch when it comes to power, making it a must-have for anyone who likes to capture action sports.