It is probably a little hard to wrap your head around the post title and so, please allow me to explain. First, the Avido WiBa is a wireless power bank that can wirelessly charge smartphones up to two times. Obviously, that isn’t the newest news. The real ‘breakthrough’ here is this: when the time comes for the 5,000 mAh battery to be topped, it can do so wirelessly. So, yeah, it is a wireless charging power bank that can also wireless charges itself. Get it, get it?

Avido Dual-charging WiiBa Wireless Charging System

I hope I didn’t make it even more confusing. And oh, the Avido Dual-charging WiBa Wireless Charging System, as it is officially called (I think), can charge both your smartphone and the power bank simultaneously too. All you have to do is to place the power bank on the charging pad and then, set your phone on top of the power bank and watch as the sweet nectar being pumped into both at the same time. Both the include charging pad and the power bank uses wireless Qi standard which means they are compatible with the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Note 8, as well as Galaxy S8.

Avido Dual-charging WiiBa Wireless Charging System

In addition, the charging pad that uses to charge the wireless power bank can also be use directly to charge any Qi-compatible devices. If you need some convincing how this “stacked” wireless charging works, you can see it being demoed at the CES 2018, booth #32012, South Hall 3, at LVCC. Otherwise, you can sign yourself up to be notified when it is available for pre-order. The Avido Dual-charging WiBa Wireless Charging System will sell for $99.95 when it becomes available. Availability is not firm, but official words indicate that shipment will be in February 2018.

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Images: Avido.

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