What happens if you find out that your power bank is out of juice moments before you step out of your home or office? Postpone your outing, perhaps? Or live with a few percent of juice you managed to squeeze in that few minutes before going out? Apparently, you don’t have to if you have the Apollo Max Graphene Power Bank.
Apollo Max is an entirely new kind of power bank. It uses graphene to enable the 10,000 mAh capacity battery to be fully topped in under 20 minutes. And mind you, that’s a 10,000 mAh battery that we are talking about here and so, it does sound pretty surreal.
In addition, graphene is said to afford the power bank longer lifespan and faster device charging which it can recharged two devices simultaneously. Apollo Max further touts built-in multi-point protection, rated for over 1,000 charges, integrated display, supports Quick Charge 3.0 via its USB-A port, a 60W USB-C Power Delivery (PD), and it is the first power bank to support PPS fast charging protocol for Samsung Galaxy Note10/Note10+.
If you are sold, you may want to know you can pre-order on Indiegogo for $129-169. It is not quite a crowdfunding campaign per se. It is on flexible goal and so, it really more like a pre-sale campaign. Delivery will take a while, though. It will not happen until February 2020.
We are obliged to bring up the risk with regards to “crowdfunding”. Then again, ELECJET is no greenhorn. It has been selling gadget accessories for quite sometime and have already amassed quite a portfolio of products. Anywho, I will let you be your own judge of things.