The Passport GO from Zendure is the world’s first travel adapter with GaN technology, it is designed to meet all of your charging needs whilst you are traveling. The device comes with four USB ports and it features 30W power delivery, it also comes with an auto resetting fuse built in and a power adapter.
This is the ultimate travel accessory for charging all of your gadgets and devices, it can charge up to five devices at once and it will work in more than 200 regions and countries. The previous version of the device won the Good Design Award in 2017, the new model comes with a range of new features and an improved design.
The Zendure Passport Go will let you charge a total of five devices at the same time, this includes one device with a multi region AC output, one device with USB-C and three devices via USB A. This is a great solution for traveling and means that you only need to take one charger with you instead of five.
The fast charging feature will allow you to get 50% battery life via the USB-C port, it takes just 60 mins to charge a MacBook 12 inch to 50%, just 45 minutes for the iPad Pro, 30 minutes for the iPhone X, 40 minutes for the Nintendo Switch and just 60 minutes for the Zendure X6.
One of the great features of the Passport Go is the auto resetting fuse, a normal travel adapter comes with a single fuse that may need to be replaced, this is not needed thanks to the auto resetting fuse feature that it built in. The device comes with ‘Press and Slide’ buttons on the side that let you select the correct plug setting for different countries.
The device also comes with GaN technology built in, the technology is designed to charge the latest devices and it has a higher efficiency and also produces less heat, the technology is also capable of tolerating a higher current than silicon based devices. This allows the Passport Go to deliver 30W of power through the USB-C, it also means that the device can be smaller than other devices which would deliver the same power.
The new Zendure Passport Go will is available to order now for just $29 from Kickstarter, you can find out more details at the link below, when it hits retail it will cost $59.
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