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CES 2024: The Scosche PowerVolt is one of several new product launches from Scosches during this years event in Las Vegas.
iWalk Link Me Pro Portable Charger Review: A handy, lightweight charger with Pass-Through charging to keep in a backpack, but only for emergencies.
iWalk PowerGrip Mag Review: PowerGrip is an understatement; this iWalk portable 6,000mAh charger has one of the best MagSafe connections I've encountered.
The new Chargeasap Zeus 270W GaN Travel Adapter offers a power solution for every device you travel with and even gives you a digital display to prove it.
The new Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Bank is lighter than a MacBook Air, meets all airline carry-on regulations and has three various charging options.
Zendure SuperMini Go Review: This is the portable wireless charger to travel with this year. Wireless or wired, it's perfect for almost every device.
The Zendure SuperMini Go brings a welcome power boost and, more importantly, magnetic wireless charging to the SuperMini lineup of portable power chargers.
Zendure Passport 3 Review: With a move from USB-A to USB-C, Zendure has future-proofed its popular 65W global travel adapter and added a splash of colour.
Zendure portable power devices are a great gift idea and from now they have an up to 48% off sale across the range, including some of its most popular packs.
If you're a frequent traveller that relies on an array of different chargers, then maybe the new Zendure SuperTank Pro is for you.
Review: Zendure 3-in-1 SuperHub - for the connected traveller who travels light but compromises on nothing. A compact hub for charging, sharing and display.
Cutting back on the gadgets when we travel is not always a bad thing. Zendure hopes to achieve this with its new MIX GO Power Bank and Charger.
BentoStack PowerHub Case Function 101, the brand behind the original BentoStack is back with its latest solution for all those Apple accessories, the PowerHub Case. Last...
Tooyn has developed an all-in-one charger & hub to replace the standard Apple MacBook charger and give users back the ports they need when travelling.