When you rely on your phone or tablet to stay connected, carrying a power bank is a wise move. Most are pretty lightweight, and they can restore your devices to full battery.
But what happens when you leave your charging cable at home? With the HyperCharger X Wireless Charger, that won’t be a problem. This power bank is no bigger than an iPhone X, and it doubles as a wireless charging pad.
You can currently get a two-pack of chargers for just $34.99 — that is 41% off the MSRP.
Wireless charging made portable
Many smartphones are now equipped with Qi wireless charging, including Samsung Galaxy devices and Apple iPhones. The technology makes it easier to top up your phone without tripping over wires and fumbling with ports.
The HyperCharger X lets you take Qi wireless charging on the road. Measuring less than half an inch thick, this is perhaps the world’s thinnest wireless portable power bank.
In spite of such small dimensions, the charger has a capacity of 6,000mAh. That is enough juice to charge most phones twice over.
To start charging, you simply place your phone on top of the HyperCharger X. One side of the power bank acts as a 7.5W charging pad. It works with any Qi-compatible device, including tablets, smartwatches, and wireless earphones.
For older gadgets and faster charging, you can use the built-in 15W USB port. The HyperCharger X also has circuitry that will protect your devices during the charging process.
On the underside, four LEDs indicate how much charge you have left. When the charger finally runs dry, you can plug it into any USB power source and use it as a regular wireless charging pad.
This technology is packaged inside a high-impact case that is finished with soft-touch paint. The HyperCharger X is slim enough to squeeze into a pocket and comfortably small enough for a laptop bag.
Prices subject to change
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