Hyperjuice quick charges MacBook, iPhone, and iPad at the same time

Hyperjuice is a new USB-C-ready battery pack for Apple devices that lets you charge your MacBook Pro, iPad, and an iPhone at the same time. Hit the jump for a quick overview of this amazing new device.

Hyperjuice USB-C Battery pack for iPhone, iPad, and MacBook

Sanho Corporation has developed Hyperjuice – a compact energy-charged battery pack with a USB-Type-C connection.

It is crowdfunded on Kickstarter. Initially, the device had a minimum goal of generating $100,000. Thanks to its popularity, it has already surpassed that number and raised funds well beyond its funding goal.

Dimensions and Build

The device weighs just 550 grams with an aluminum case that stores 27,000 mAh and has two USB-C ports capable of delivering 100W+60W.

The pack also includes a USB-A port with Quick Charge 3.0 that delivers another 18 watts for tablets and other devices.

Hyperjuice

The device is 7.2″ x 3″ x 0.84″ in size and comes in an aluminum housing. The battery can be charged via the 100-watt connection.

Quick charge

With the 100W USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 input, you can charge the battery in just one hour from empty to full.

It supports Pass-through Charging that lets you charge your Apple devices while charging HyperJuice.

Support

You can charge your MacBook, iPhone, iPad, and iPod.

Furthermore, you can charge any device that supports USB-C or USB-A charging, for example, digital cameras, headphones, drones, speakers, VR headsets, GoPro cameras, and others.

Price and Availability

The Hyperjuice USB-C Battery Pack is available at Kickstarter at a discounted price of $159 here.

The expected retail price, according to the manufacturer, will be somewhere around $299. The products will ship to buyers worldwide in November and December.

The Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign will continue until October 16, 2018, so there’s still plenty of time left for pre-ordering a brand new battery pack for yourself.

But you need to hurry up as there are only 130 pre-order units left at the time of writing this article.

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