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Hyper launches its first Qi2 products: 4-in-1 stand and 10,000mAh power bank

By Cookie Monster - on 9 Jan 2024, 3:00am

Hyper launches its first Qi2 products: 4-in-1 stand and 10,000mAh power bank

The HyperJuice 4-in-1 Qi2 charging stand.

Qi2 madness has begun at CES 2024 with Hyper being one of the several brands announcing products with the new wireless charging standard.

The HyperJuice 4-in-1 Qi2 charging stand sports a 15W Qi2 charging pad, a 5W fast-charging puck for the Apple Watch, a dedicated 5W charging spot for the AirPods, and a 10W charging pad.

While Hyper reveals the US$149.99 price tag for the 4-in-1 Qi2 charging stand, the company did not specify a launch time frame.

The HyperJuice 10,000mAh Qi2 power bank.

Hyper did not forget about consumers who are always on the move; it also unveiled a 10,000mAh Qi2 power bank.

It is a 3-in-1 device with a 15W Qi2 wireless charging pad, an Apple Watch fast-charging pluck, and a 20W USB-C output. 

The HyperJuice 10,000mAh Qi2 power bank is priced at US$129.99. Product availability is not revealed at the time of publication.

Why the sudden influx of Qi2?

The Qi2 wireless charging standard was announced about a year ago to unify wireless charging under a single global standard.

Built on Apple's MagSafe technology, Qi2 aims to accelerate the development of faster and safer wireless charging for consumers.

Belkin and Mophie were among the first brands to release Qi2 products at IFA 2023 in September.

Anker's Qi2 MaGo devices were confirmed last month to support 15W charging for compatible iPhone models. 

As of 16 November 2023, the Apple iPhone 15 models were the first Qi2-certified phones. The release of iOS 17.2 enabled Qi2 wireless charging on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14.

Nomad also took the wraps off its first Qi2 wireless charger in December.

With CES 2024 kicking off on 10 January, we are likely to see more announcements of Qi2 devices at the trade show.

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