Zendure’s SuperMini Portable Charger is the rare power bank large enough to keep you going through a three-day weekend, but small enough to take on the road. It boasts 10,000 mAh chargers in a bank just more than 3 inches at its longest. At not even half a pound, you’ll barely know it’s there.
The SuperMini offers 18W input and output from its USB-C PD port and also contains a USB-A port with QC 3.0 compatibility. Both ports can be used at once, so you can charge your phone and laptop at the same time. The USB-C PD port enables rapid three-hour recharge in case you need a quick boost. The power bank is also compatible with low-charge devices like smart watches and wireless earbuds.
When it comes to appearance, the SuperMini stands out. Available in black, silver and a stunning blue, it is easy to spot in any environment, great if you’re prone to losing your things. At roughly the size of a credit card, it’s also easy to slip into your pocket when you’re in a hurry.
Zendure has a proven track record of creating innovative products, and the SuperMini is no exception. The portable charger is set to retail at just $79.99 with pre-orders available. Check out the website for more information on features and how to order.
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