Made of lightweight aircraft grade aluminum, the TravelCard is just 4.77mm thin, and weighs just 56.7 grams. This means you can literally store it in your wallet and spring it when you need that extra battery time. The accessory will be offered in white, black, silver and sapphire blue. And guess what, Apple has already certified the battery under its MFI (made for iPhone) program. The TravelCard will be manufactured in a factory certified by Apple.
The Kickstarter listed TravelCard has already exceeded its funding goal, and in fact has nearly tripled it with 23 days still left until the project is funded. Right now, you can still reserve a unit with a $40 pledge which is $5 off the expected retail price of $45. TheTravelCard is due to ship this May.
Check out the device that just might keep you from jumping off a bridge one day, by clicking on the video below.
TravelCard for the Apple iPhone and Android
source: Kickstarter via BGR