In this fast-paced Digital Age, we are currently in, the hunger for power is prevalent, and I don’t mean influence or authority, I’m talking about Volts, Amps, and Watts. Yes, I’m pertaining to your electronic gadgets that need to be charged up almost all the time to be useful.
The incorporation of today’s advanced technology in charging accessories has helped a lot with the increased power consumption in smartphones, laptops, tablets, etc. Because of different applications that just eat up our gadgets' battery. Fun fact: For those who don’t know, you can actually check on your phone which apps drain your battery the most, so check it out and use apps accordingly.
BUT considering all the charging technologies we’re blessed with right now, people don’t even need to worry about how much an app drains the battery of their devices. So get yourself informed and see which of these 5 charging technologies works well for your device!
USB-C and Universal USB C Adoption
The key letter to remember about USB-C, USB 3.1 or USB Type-C ports is the letter “U”, which stands for Universal. It’s not proprietary so it can be used anywhere by anyone. There are a few factors that makes USB-C better than USB 2.0 and USB 3.0; First of all, it’s very powerful, it can hold up to 100W of power and has a superb data transfer rate that can carry data up to 10Gbit/s. Second, the size is smaller and slimmer, basically less complicated with the design. Lastly, it’s backwards compatible with USB 3.0 and 2.0, plus it’s reversible! Eventually, every machine or device that are meant to be more powerful will have USB-C ports in the future. One of the goals is to only have one charger for all your gadgets. Just imagine the convenience when this finally happens.
Pass Through Charging
Pass-Through Charging is the ability of a power bank to charge itself while filling up other devices simultaneously. It is very convenient for those who want their power banks to be fully charged all the time. The ability of power banks to charge and be recharged at the same time is undeniably what we need right now in this world where energy makes the world go round. This way, when you do need to go mobile, your power bank is fully charged, your device is charged and you can be prepared for when you need your power bank the most since it’s at full capacity.
Hub Type Power Banks
- USB C, Universal USB C Adoption
- Pass-Through Charging
- Hub Type Power Banks (Link to the Zendure X6)
- Wireless Qi Technology
- GaN Technology (Link to Zendure Passport Go)
- These factors have helped the power bank market gain traction in applications, such as smartphones, tablets, portable media players, wearable devices, digital cameras, and others. The market also has several opportunities that can be explored by existing and entry-level companies to expand businesses.