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Briefly: iWALK intros iPhone 5 batteries, New Combat Mission expansion

updated 02:13 pm EDT, Fri August 16, 2013

iWALK releases four Lighting batteries for iPhone 5

iWALK has announced the launch of two new lines of external batteries designed for use with the iPhone 5. The Link series includes three products, the Link 1000i5, Link 1700i5 and Link 2500i5, each a pocketable battery with a built-in Lightning connector. Meanwhile, the Chameleon Lite is a full-body iPhone 5 case that incorporates a 2000mAh battery for up to 9 extra hours of talk time. The Link series is available in both black and white models with prices ranging from $45 up to $65, while the Chameleon Lite can be purchased in steel gray or white for $70.

New Combat Mission expansion coming later this summer

A new expansion for Combat Mission that depicts Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery's attempt to reach and cross Holland's Rhine river in September of 1944 has been announced. Combat Mission: Market Garden adds new buildings, maps tools, and scenarios to the base gameplay, as well as two brand new campaigns. Four to-scale models of the bridges involved in the Market Garden battles are also included, along with three generic large bridges for use in creating fictional battles. Combat Mission: Market Garden will require v2.0 of the base game in order to play, and will go on sale later this summer.




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