Zendure's 20,100mAh A6PD portable charger has been placed at the top of PC Advisor's list of favorite laptop power banks. "Zendure's 45W A6PD stands out for its extreme energy efficiency and ability to hold a charge for six months just as much as it does its good-looking rugged design," wrote PC Advisor's Marie Black.
A6PD features 45W USB-C input and output and is capable of pass-through charging. PC Advisor's Marie Black describes the feature as "very convenient".
A6PD can be charged via USB-C or micro USB and also features a ZEN+ USB output, which automatically determines your device’s needs and fine-tunes the output to charge it at optimum speed.
Zendure's X6 Portable Charger, currently crowdfunding on Indiegogo, will now include a USB hub feature, allowing two of its four USB ports to be used for data transmission. This feature will be compatible with flash drives, phones, and other USB devices.
X6, a 20,000mAh external battery, boasts a collection of features aimed at convenience and versatility, including a 45W USB-C input and output, four USB outputs, digital status display, low-power charging mode, and pass-through charging with uninterruptible power supply (UPS) capability.
X6 is available to backers worldwide and is expected to ship in June 2018.
Zendure has announced its newest power accessory, a USB cable with interchangeable connectors for devices that require either a Micro USB or Lightning cable.
The versatile new 2-in-1 cable is an ideal solution for users who want more compatibility without carrying multiple cables, or those who are looking for something adaptable to accommodate friends or guests.
Every year, the biggest names in tech descend on Las Vegas for CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, to demonstrate their latest offerings. This year, Zendure will present the newest innovations in portable chargers, travel adapters, smart home devices and more.
January 8-12, 10AM-6PM
Sands, Halls A-D, Booth 41564201 Sands Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada 89169
Zendure has announced that it will offer a new USB-C wall and desktop charger with a Quick Charger 3.0 port and two additional USB ports. Intended as a companion device for Zendure's X6 Portable Charger, the new power accessory can charge four devices at once and includes interchangeable plugs for use in various countries as well as a 1.5 meter power cord.
Both the charger and X6 are currently available on Indiegogo and are expected to ship in June 2018.
Have you a long flight to catch? 4 hours? 8 hours? All that time to do nothing so that you can get out of the airplane and have to waste another 4 or 8 hours on working after? How do you work on a long flight? Good question. Let's answer it.
Who you fly with will determine if you can work on a long flight or not.
If you are going to work on a long flight, do not even consider going on an airline if that airline provides no Wi-Fi. Firstly, let's get rid of any speculations that you can use your cellular data in the air, it won't work.
Some airlines offer Wi-Fi though, and that’s what you need if you are flying and want to work. If you are a writer, you need Wi-Fi for research. If you are a business owner, you need Wi-Fi.
If you are flying first class, you probably don’t need to look for comfort as all airlines pretty much offer great service at first class. When you are flying in economy, you need to really research airlines. Search on Google for what is the best airline when it comes to your route. On long flights, comfort matters. And bring a pillow and a blanket for comfort with you too.
Seating matters. But it’s complicated. You can choose your seat with a small fee on most airlines. But the question is, who will sit beside you. A crying baby? Someone bigger? It’s a lottery.
When it comes to crying babies, you can avoid the noise by wearing earbuds, when it comes to somebody bigger, there’s one trick.
Come onto the airplane last. Everybody always rushes but it’s not like the plane is going to leave without you unless you are actually late.
Here’s the thing. If there are spare seats in a better place if you go in last, the chances are that if you ask nicely, you’ll get them.
Also, when buying your seat, if you pay extra, you can often get a seat with more leg space.
Majority of airlines don’t have sockets. Our phones got more powerful but the batteries didn’t get much better. You can't work without power. You need a portable charger. But even then, you might still have problems.
When it comes to charging your phone, something like the Zendure A5 is perfect. 16,750 mAh will last you for more than a flight.
But most people want to work on a laptop. Phones are getting bigger, true, but start writing and that screen gets divided by two. It’s not optimal.
Laptops tend to last longer but they also need more power to be charged. And sometimes they don’t have enough power in themselves for a full flight. For long flights, you need a portable charger with power such as the Zendure A8 QC, but you also need a laptop with a USB C cable to charge it. That’s how you do it.
USB C allows you to charge without having to bring big cables that only work with one type of a laptop and require a connection to a socket.
Long flights can be great, they can also be terrible.
Written by Michael Smolski.