Zendure is going to launch its upcoming portable charger, SuperTank Pro in Kickstarter. SuperTank Pro power bank comes with faster speeds, more USB-C ports, a refined design, and an improved OLED screen. The company is going to start the Kickstarter campaign at the rate of US $149. The product comes with an official price tag of US $249.
It must be noted that SuperTank Pro is an upgraded iteration of its predecessor, SuperTank, which was released in 2019. This Pro variant comes with exactly the same capacity as the previous model at 26,800mAh/96.48Wh battery. However, this time, the ports got an up-gradation. Instead of a USB Type C / USB Type A split, SuperTank Pro comes with as many as four USB-C ports. The ports offer better and more consistent power output.
Back in 2019, the original SuperTank offered a hodgepodge of charging ports. It came with one USB Type C port with an input/output of 100W. The second port has only 60W output. The first USB Type A port was compatible with Quick Charge 3.0 with an 18W plug, but the second was limited to just 5W. Back then, the LED display showed only the overall charge of the SuperTank charger.
On the other hand, in SuperTank Pro, the two USB Type C ports on the left support full 100 W input/output charge rate with the compatibility of USB-C PD 3.0 and Quick Charge 3.0. The two ports on the right are limited to 18W output each but they come with the compatibility of USB-C PD 3.0 and Quick Charge 3.0.
This time, the OLED display panel provides more information than its predecessor. This time it reports the speed at which the devices are getting charged, how long will it take for full charge SuperTank Pro. It seems to be a perfect gadget for every travel lover. Practically, this device will have almost no use if you are staying at home but if you are roaming, you will extract a multiplier effect from it.
The SuperTank Pro has the potential to charge two 13 inches MacBook Pros and two smartphones at the same time. It can serve as a USB Type C hub to all of your gadgets.
Head over to Kickstarter for more details about the massive SuperTank Pro power bank.