Mark E. SmithPower chairs have always been tools of necessity. However, as technology and culture have evolved over the past 40 years, power chairs have increasingly integrated into our everyday lives. They are truly part of our daily wardrobe, so to speak. As a result, power chair accessories that interface with other gadgets in our lives — especially iDevices — are gaining in popularity and becoming increasingly available, powering just about everything that we carry with us.

Virtually everyone owns a smart phone and tablet nowadays, and they are especially popular among people with disabilities. Powering these devices off of a power chair just makes sense — with comparatively huge batteries, running or charging an iDevice is of no consequence to your mobility. You can keep your devices running indefinitely. While your friends watch their smart phone’s battery gauge drop, yours can be fully powered all of the time.