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Deal | EXCITRUS NitroCharge 120 Pro fast-charging, MagSafe-compatible power bank is now available at a 28% discount

The NitroCharge 120 Pro. (Source: EXCITRUS)
The NitroCharge 120 Pro. (Source: EXCITRUS)
EXCITRUS' latest deals include one for its NitroCharge 120 Pro, a power bank rated for up to 120W of power output thanks to its support for USB-PD at up to 100W and MagSafe wireless charging. Therefore, the OEM claims the gadget can charge a MacBook Pro to 50% in 1 hour, and can also power an 12- or 13-series iPhone on its lid.

EXCITRUS is one of many OEMs that have acknowledged the fact that a user's latest laptop may have joined the pool of devices constantly clamoring for the use of their USB type-C chargers. To that end, its NitroCharge 120 Pro also addresses this emerging demand on the go with the power required in a portable package.

One of the power bank's type-C ports is rated for the 100W USB-PD standard, and is therefore fully compatible with even the likes of a new M2 MacBook Pro. Therefore, its 25,600mAh typical capacity might keep such a laptop on for hours - up to 22 in some cases, according to EXCITRUS.

The latest NitroCharge-series variant also supports a range of other laptops, tablets, smartphones or other devices by providing USB-PD at 45W, Qualcomm QC 3.0 or the PPS 44W standard that is apparently best for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra from either its second type-C port or its single type-A port.

Crucially, its 100W port is also its own input, meaning it might take only about an hour to fill the power bank back up for more multi-device-charging duty.

Furthermore, its upper surface also doubles as an up-to-15W "Magsafe" wireless charger for iPhone 12- or 13-series devices. It is finished in a "comfortable premium fabric cover" similar to that of EXCITRUS' PD100W power bank, albeit in dark gray rather than green in this case.

EXCITRUS claims that this material is hard-wearing and even moisture-resistant, although it gives the impression of being able to attract more dirt over time than other similar items. For those who would like it by their side anyway, the NitroCharge 120 Pro is now listed on its OEM's store at US$129.99 rather than its normal RRP of US$179.99.

For those in need of something lighter, smaller and for a perhaps more mobile set-up, there is also the NitroCharge 30 Pro, rated to deliver its 10,000mAh capacity at up to 30W. It is built along the same lines as its 120 Pro counterpart otherwise, built-in magnetic charging pad included, although it is priced at US$59.99 (or US$20 off) at the moment.

Finally, for those looking for a home-only accessory, the EXCITRUS 3 in 1 Wireless Charger offers dual charging pads for an iPhone and something like AirPods or an Apple Watch in an almost display-stand-like form-factor, with handy landing lights for the former and an extra type-A port out of the back. It can be found at a 25% discount for US$29.99 on Amazon right now.

The NitroCharge Pro series has multiple ports and a fabric finish. (Source: EXCRITUS)
The NitroCharge Pro series has multiple ports and a fabric finish. (Source: EXCRITUS)
The EXCITRUS 3 in 1 Wireless Charger. (Source: EXCRITUS)
The EXCITRUS 3 in 1 Wireless Charger. (Source: EXCRITUS)
 
 
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-08- 9 (Update: 2022-08- 9)