Omnicharge attracts over US$1 million in crowdfunding for its impressive 40,300 mAh power bank
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If you are planning on going on a wilderness tour that could include days or weeks away from a power outlet, you might be wondering how you can keep your flagship Huawei Mate 20 Pro or budget Motorola Moto E5 Plus running long enough to flood your Instagram account with pictures of the great outdoors. Omnicharge may have the solution for you, especially if you intend on dragging your dual-battery Lenovo ThinkPad T480 along for the ride.
Currently enjoying over US$1 million of financial support on Indiegogo, Omnicharge’s power behemoth, the Omni Ultimate, has been designed to cover almost every charging eventuality. Its 40,300 mAh capacity will deal with charging multiple gadgets, it comes with a USB Type-C port and an AC outlet for increased operability, and it’s even splash and dust-resistant (IP54). The 3.1 lb device, which is quite light when compared to some of its mega-charger competitors, also has two fast-charging USB ports and it can be recharged in as little as 2.5 hours (using a 90 W AC wall charger).
Other features the Omni Ultimate can brag about are its removable battery pack, pass-through charging ability, AC and DC output, and a handy OLED screen to give you all the charging-related data you require. The charger can be secured for US$349 (US version) or US$375 (international version) as early bird perks. The regular price for the rugged power bank will be US$599; shipping is expected to start this month.
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