Zendure, the Silicon Valley company specializing in mobile power solutions and flashy aesthetics, just released its new Passport III travel adapter on Kickstarter. With four USB-C ports, one USB-A port, and one AC output capable of delivering up to 65W, this is a travel adapter that can charge virtually any device.
Like Zendure’s previous travel adapters, the new Passport III has a self-resetting fuse and push-button controls for easy one-handed operation.
The main USB-C port can deliver up to 65W, enough power to charge an iPhone to 50% in under 30 minutes, or fully charge a 13-inch MacBook Pro in just two hours. Thanks to GaN semiconductor technology, it achieves high conversion power in a small form factor without overheating.
Not only efficient and compact, the Passport III is an adapter designed to be taken anywhere, especially on the go. In fact, it works in over 200 countries and regions, with a variety of connectors and compatibility with a wide range of voltages. But the new Zendure charger is also useful for everyday life, allowing you to charge any device without carrying around the many different proprietary chargers.