New HyperJuice USB-C and Lightning Battery Pack Offers 18W of Power and 10,000mAh Capacity

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Hyper has announced the launch of its HyperJuice 18W Lightning and USB-C Battery Pack, described as the "world's first" battery with an integrated 18W Apple MFi Lightning and USB-C Cable.


Around the same size as the iPhone 11, the HyperJuice can charge an iPhone from empty to 50 percent charge in under 30 minutes, and comes with an integrated 18W USB-C cable that can charge any USB-C devices including iPad Pro and Android devices.

The 10,000mAh battery pack can be easily recharged at 18W speed using the same built-in USB-C cable or using an additional USB-C input charge port.

It also supports pass-through charging, so users can charge both their HyperJuice battery pack and iPhone at the same time using a single USB-C charger with the cables already built into the HyperJuice.

The battery pack has a 4-stage LED battery level indicator, and weighs just 225 grams. The HyperJuice USB-C + Lightning Battery Pack (10000mAh) is now available on HyperShop.com for US$59.99.

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TFK.

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I really hope they come up with a battery pack bigger than 10,000mAh so it can last me the whole weekend or so
 
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Burebista

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So is the “battery pack” the most common way to call it in the US? I mostly see “power bank” in the non-English speaking countries
 
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SNUKE

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As a backer of their new GaN charger on KickStarter, I couldn't begin to consider buying or supporting HyperJuice in anyway. Their blatant misleading claims, and poor follow up support have burnt me and many thousands of others.
 
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CarlJ

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So is the “battery pack” the most common way to call it in the US? I mostly see “power bank” in the non-English speaking countries
Lots of terms get bandied about in the US, including both battery pack and power bank. Most commonly, I hear people just calling them "batteries". I tend to think of them as "external batteries", since there already is a battery in the phone. Historically, most of them are just a plastic box full of 18650 Li-ion batteries (and some charging circuitry).
 

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Is it just me or is anybody else turned off by battery packs with built in charge cables? Seems like an easy point of failure and I’d way rather plug in a cable of my own choosing.
 

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As a backer of their new GaN charger on KickStarter, I couldn't begin to consider buying or supporting HyperJuice in anyway. Their blatant misleading claims, and poor follow up support have burnt me and many thousands of others.
I ordered and received the new GaN charger too - what was/is your issue? I haven't give mine a thorough go-over, so I'm just curious.
 
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