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? Continue reading This Wireless Charging Power Bank Can Also Wirelessly Charge Itself
If you find yourself with more than one smartphone that’s capable of wireless charging, then you be glad to know that your life won’t be a clutter mess because, there is the KACI Qi Wireless Charger with 3 Wireless Charging Ports. Instead of the usual single device pad, this longish charging device affords up to three smartphones to be charged simultaneously. And while you are at it (wireless charging three devices), you can also charge two other devices via the wired route with the two integrated USB ports found at the front of the wireless charger. That means, in total, you can charge up to five devices simultaneously. Now, that’s what we call efficiency. Continue reading Why Wireless Charge One Device When You Can Charge 3 All At The Same Time?
As you own more and more gadgets, you find that the power bank you bought a couple of years ago quickly become obsolete. Not only that, you will find yourself owning more than one power bank, just to keep the gadgets happy and topped when on-the-go. I say, why bother? Just get yourself a Zendure X6 and your on-the-go charging woes will be rid forever. Packing a whopping 20,000 mAh, the X6 not only has the brute capacity to satisfy the most demanding gadgets, but it is also the most sophisticated power bank there is in the market. Continue reading This Is X6, Possibly The World’s Most Versatile USB-C PD Power Bank
Technology should not be too serious. In addition to functional, it should be fun. It should be fun like Pokemon famous monster Pikachu. It should fun like the Pikachu Wireless Charger by TeknFun. I mean, seriously, almost everyone can make a wireless charger, but to make them fun to use, is not everyone’s forte. Fortunately, it is for TeknFun. Coming in at 25 centimeters (9.64 inches) long, this super cute wireless charger is capable of supporting a variety of popular devices, ranging from new smartphones from Apple (iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X) and Samsung (S8 and S8 Plus) to older models like Samsung Note 5 and S6 Edge. Continue reading Wireless Charging Your Smartphone Is Finally A Cute Thing To Do With Pikachu
What’s your impression of a solar charger? Or let us put it this way, what’s your impression of any gadgets? They look like, well, gadgets. No way in the world one would think wood could a good mix. Phone cases, maybe, but a gadget like a solar charger? Probably not. But that’s exactly what Veiled Group did with its solar charger which it aptly called Veiled Wooden Solar Charger. It is the world’s first wooden solar charger and while it bears the mark of nature, under the hood it is a modern piece of technology featuring USB C connectivity, fast charging 3.0, an in-built battery rated at 10,000 mAh, and the ability to charge two mobile devices simultaneously. Continue reading This Is The World’s First Wooden Solar Charger And It Is Very Stylish
For a company who is particularly proud of its battery cell technology, it only makes sense that the company also turns out devices that charge other things other than cars. We are talking about Tesla – the one company that arguably changes the way we look at electric vehicle. For the uninitiated, Tesla is not just about silent, quick accelerating, sexy cars (and now Semis too). Like many automakers before it, it also have a bunch of lifestyle products to keep loyal fans satisfied and among them is, not surprisingly, a power bank. Continue reading Tesla Made A Power Bank That Packs The Same Cell Used On Tesla Vehicles
Thanks to the scarcity of stick shifter, your only way out of flat battery situation is another person with a car, and with a pair of jump starter cables. If you have a stick shift vehicle, you can still push start using the drop clutch method, but if you are driving an auto variety, the aforementioned cables and a person with another car are you only resolution, or perhaps a tow truck to the nearest workshop. However, with Weego Jump Starter 44, you will save yourself of the embarrassment and reliant on other people (and car) because, with a built-in battery pack and the included jump starter cable, you can jump start right there and then, on your own. Continue reading Weego Jump Starter 44 Jumps Start Your Car And Your Mobile Devices Too
With the Back to the Future Mr. Fusion Car Charger, where you will be charging need no wall outlet; you just need a car with a 12V supply port. A ThinkGeek exclusive, the Back to the Future Mr. Fusion Car Charger will recharge up to two tablet simultaneously with electricity, not junks like the actual Mr. Fusion and it will resting on the center console, inside the cabin, not the trunk. Thank god for that! It comes with two USB ports, each putting out 2.1A, so like I have mentioned earlier, it is perfectly OK with charging two tablets at the same time. Continue reading Mr. Fusion Car Charger: Where You Will Be Charging Needs No Wall Outlet
Wireless charger is fast becoming a norm and if your phone supports it, you can either choose to use the mundane looking, run-of-the-mill device peddled by the handful of brands out there, or you could sprinkle a bit of quirkiness to your wireless charging routine with the Power Lens Pancake ‘Lens’ Wireless Charger. The Power Lens Pancake ‘Lens’ Wireless Charger is exactly what it says it is. It is a Qi standard wireless charging pad that shares the likeness of a short-barrelled camera optics. Like the Lens mugs, LightPix Labs took inspiration from actual lens to create this rather refreshing, definitely fit-for-photography-enthusiasts wireless charger. Continue reading This Short-barrelled ‘Lens’ Is Actually A Qi Standard Wireless Charger. Quirky!
If there’s one thing Apple has proven, it is that if a feature is removed, resistance is pretty much futile. Despite consumers outcry about the lost of the headphone jack, it is not coming back. Period. The dongle is your best bet to stay on the wired route, but at the expense of the inability to charge and use the headphones at the same time. That’s before this week. Now, with Belkin 3.5 mm Audio and Charge Rockstar Dongle, you can charge your lovely iPhone 7 or later and listen to music with your favorite headphones via the good’ol 3.5 mm headphone jack. Continue reading Belkin’s New iPhone Dongle Now Has A Headphone Jack And A Charging Port