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The latest nifty little power gadget to come from Zendure is the SuperMini GO, a charger with a MagSafe-compatible docking delivering up to 15W of wireless charging power in a playful design.

The Silicon Valley-based company is going to launch a crowdfunding campaign for the new charger in June. SuperMini GO is a pocket-sized external battery with 10,000mAh of charge capacity. It can wirelessly charge Qi-compatible mobile devices, including phones and tablets, plus it magnetically docks to MagSafe products for a secure connection while delivering up to 15W of wireless power.

The new power bank includes a USB-A port and a USB-C port for conventional charging at 20W. The device can charge three devices at the same time and has a built-in LCD screen that shows the portable charger’s remaining battery life and wireless charging status.

Zendure’s latest portable charger also features “X-Charge” mode, a mainstay in the company’s lineup of power banks, which extends charging compatibility to low-power devices like wireless earbuds and smartwatches. Many power banks will automatically shut off if a device is only drawing a low amount of power, but this limitation is removed when the user activates SuperMini GO’s X-Charge mode. This means wearables can enjoy the same charging performance that a phone or tablet would have.


The SuperMini GO has a slightly whimsical and curious styling that bears more than a passing resemblance to a compact digital camera. The charger comes will be available in three distinct colors: Sunset Cyan, Galaxy Black, and Space Silver.

Bryan Liu is Zendure’s founder and CEO: “When we design a product, the user experience is always at the forefront. Magnetic docking and 3-in-1 charging capabilities make SuperMini GO a joy to use, plus we had a little fun with the aesthetic so we could deliver even more of that joy.”

Pricing & Availability: The Zendure SuperMini GO will be available for pre-order on Indiegogo in June, with limited Early Bird discounts of up to 57% off the anticipated MSRP of $39 / £31.86 / €37.40. As with all crowdfunding launches, it’s wise to undertake due diligence before committing to ordering.

More info: superminigo.zendure.com


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