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Power banks have become like smartphones -- little black slabs with no character. Zendure is aiming to change that with the new SuperMini GO.
Launched on Indiegogo today, the SuperMini GO is a 10,000mAh that features a 20W PD USB-C port and a second USB-A port for legacy devices and devices requiring trickle charging. It also incorporates a magnetic wireless charging pad for charging up smartphones wirelessly.
Yup, everything you need for charging in a small package.
10,000mAh of battery capacity might not sound like a lot, but it's enough to almost recharge up an iPhone 13 Pro Max twice, which isn't bad at all. A smaller iPhone, such as the iPhone 12, can be recharged two and a half times before the power bank needs recharging.
"When we design a product, the user experience is always at the forefront," said Zendure CEO and founder Bryan Liu. "Magnetic docking and 3-in-1 charging capabilities make SuperMini GO a joy to use, and we had a little fun with the aesthetic so we could deliver even more of that joy."
But don't let the outside fool you. The power bank is all business.
I've been testing a sample for a couple of weeks, and it ticks all the boxes. Capacity is spot on (I've discharged and charged this power bank a number of times to make sure the capacity is as listed), the USB-C port is capable of a sustained 20W output, and the wireless charger outputs a maximum of 15W (going down to 5W depending on device).